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THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
^ COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Published by authority of the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1891 
of June 30, 1906, and of March 4, 1909 

PART 4 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 40 
FOR THE YEAR 1945 

Nos. 1-12 



UNITED STATES 
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
WASHINGTON : 1946 / 



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THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

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COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MABCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MABCH 4, 1909 



PART 4 

WORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 

DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR 

TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND 

LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 

INCLUDING 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



' 1945 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 40 
No. 1 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries Is published In four parts. Part 4, formerly Issued quarterly, but now 
Issued monthly, Is arranged as follows: 

I. Containing Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photographs or other Identifying reproductions, 
deposited according to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and 
Models or Designs for works of art). In this class a subalphabet of titles is used when the copyright pro- 
prietor and artist are the same, this identity being indicated by the use of an asterisk (*) after the name of 
the proprietor. A subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor and artists are different. 

II. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings or plastic works of 
a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles of commercial prints and labels. 
These will be found at the end of each issue. 

A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of proprietors. 
To saye space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used in this part are as follows: "G," Class G, Works of art; "H," Class H, Reproductions of a work d 
art; "I," Class I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "j," Class J, Photo- 
graphs; and "K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations. Including prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise. "©" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by date of publication. 
"© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an impublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right Office of the photograph or other identifying reproduction. 
The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

The Act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the complete calendar year, is $2.00, pajrable in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express order, or 
New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3.00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures- 2.00 

Part 2, Periodicals 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions ■_ 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers .50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 



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NOTICE 

The CopyrigbtAct of 1909provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Cop]rrlght Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1936, to December 31, 1939, inclusive, are still 
remaining In the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library In the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copjrrlght If requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1945. 

This notice Includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, Uthograptis, photo-engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or t3rpewrltten dramas and photographs filed for Identifying works of art may not be 
returned. No maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record should make formal request for the 
return of the articles, which must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will l>e supplied 
(ui request. Address Register of Cc^yrlghts, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



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CLASS G 

WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR WORKS OF ART 

Note.— An asterisk (*) after the proprietor's name indicates that the artist and copyright proprietor are 
the same. 



Allan Can)* 1, 2 

Boxer. - Collie. ©Jan. 15, 1945; G 44603,44604. 

Allen (Clarence C.)* 3 

Goddess of petroleum. © 1 c. Nov. 17, 1944; G 
44592. 

Apel (Marie)* 4-9 

Chenib. - Ice maiden. - Pan. - Recessional. - 
Squire. - Squire's wife. © Nov. 15, 1944; G 44609- 
44614. 

Ballard (Alonzo B.) 10 

Hale (Gladys): 

Pleasure steamboat Balladina, the last steam 
boat to run on Blue River, 1894. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1945; G 44618. 

Baus (Arthur)* 11 

Spiritual heart of America. © 1 c. Nov. 29, 
1944; G 44556. 



Baxter (Frances California)* 
Chinese. 

Boy. © July 30, 1944; G 44635. 
Girl. © Sept. 7, 1944; G 44634. 



12, 13 



Bertrand (Eleanor)* 14 

Sherry doU. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1945; G 44577. 

Brooks bros. 15 

Brown (Paul): 

Paul Brown calendar, 1945. .© Dec. 1, 1944; 
G 44665. 

Chestnut (Mrs. Billy Dohlman)* 16 

Enchanted glade. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1945; G 44664. 

Chic pottery co. 17, 18 

Garee (Hugh McMahon): 

Playfull. - Scooter. © Oct. 15, 1944; G 44640, 
44641. 

Cleave (Florajean)* 19-22 

Dutch: 

Boy. - Girl. © 1 c. each Jan. 27, 1945; G 
44703, 44704. 
Hawaliaiu 

Boy. - Girl. © 1 c. each Jan. 15, 1945; G 
44600, 44601. 

Coggins granite & marble industries. 23-46 

Kuhn (Kurt): 

War memorial, 1-11, 13-22, 24, 25, 27. © 
Nov. 15, 1944; G 44666-44689. 

Colby (Vincent V.)* 47-51 

Broncho buster. - Buffalo at bay. - In the desert. 
- Indian dance. - Indian on horse. © 1 c. each Jan. 
1, 1945; G 44551-44555. 



Connelly (Leo C.) 52, 53 

Bernardini (Michele): 

Boy going to war. - Little mother. © Jan. 10, 
1945; G 44659, 44660. 

Curry Oohn Stewart)* 54-60 

Breezy day. - Gentle sea. - Gulls and surf. - 

Ship Rock. - Storm cloud. - Stormy day. - Turtle 

Island. © 1 c. each Jan. 26, 1945; G 44693-44699. 

Delano (Gerard Curtis)* 6^-70 

Canyon country. - Full moon. - Navajo-land. - 
Riders of the canyons. - Trail ahead. © 1 c. each 
Jan. 25, 1945; G 44643-44647. 

'Canyon country. - Lone horseman. - Orange 
cloud. - Sundown. - Where roam the Navajo. © 1 
c. each Jan. 8, 1945; G 44586-44590. 

Dellisant (Michael L.)* 71 

Jeep bros. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1945; G 44615. 

Ever ready publicity consultants. 72-77 

Goldberg (Rube [i. e. Reuben L.]): 

Aunt Trix. - Gramps. - Junior. - Mama. - 
Papa. - Twins. © 1 c. each Jan. 9, 1945; G 44580- 
44585. 



Farris (Edmond J.) 
Bryan (Williams): 

It's a fact! © 1 c. Nov. 20, 1944; G 44566. 



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Fashion forecast. 79, 80 

PetiUo (Claudia): 

Scroll border. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1945; G 44595. 
Sarff (Rosalie Z.): 

Lace top. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1945; G 44594. 

Fiori. 81 

Fiori (— ) [pseud, of Fioravante Marcogliese]: 
Cupids with masks. © Nov. 10, 1944 ;G 44596. 

Fox (Raymond G.)* 82 

MiUy Ampere. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1945; G 44702. 

Galle memorial studio & workshops. 83 

Galle (Carl): 

Blessed are the dead, who die in Thee Lord. 
© Dec. 28, 1944; G 44608. 

Gentile (Edward)* 84, 85 

Lincoln's address. - Mother's love. © 1 c. each 
Jan. 14, 1945; G 44709, 44710. 



Georgeson (Anthony G.) 
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86 



Kahl (Raymond F.): 

American Soviet friendship. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1945; G 44597. 

GriUey (Virginia Allen)* 87 

Hepsibeth and Hepsibah. © 1 c. Jan. 1, 1945; G 
44565. 



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Hitchcock (Dorothy S.) 
Cramer (Tressa Helen): 

Sailor. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1945; G 44573. 



88 



Jenneweln (C. Paul)* 89 

Frelheer. © Jan. 6, 1945; G 44579. 

Johnson (Robert Ferguson) _sr.* 90 

Our buddy. © 1 c. Dec. 13, 1944; G 44602. 

Kehl (George S.)* 91 

Transporto slne-mora. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1945; G 
44649. 

Kii« 0oe)* 92 

King's Annie Versary, 60 years old todayt © 1 
c. Jan. 6, 1945; G 44575. 

King features syndicate, inc. 93-99 

Reusswlg (William): 

Confession before battle, set 9, no. 2. - Some- 
where in France, set 8, no. 1. © Oct. 22, 1944; G 
44623, 44625. 

Somewhere in France, set 6, no. 1, set 7,nos. 
1, 2, 5, set 8, no. 2. © Oct. 8, 1944; G 44619- 
44622, 44624. 

Kiplinger Washington agency, inc. & Kalish (Max) 

100, 101 
Kalish (Max): 

Hope (Bob) war camp entertainer, 4741-5. - 
Kaiser (Henry J.) 4741-4. © 1 c. each Jan. 26, 
1945; G 44700, 44701. 

Korbel (Mario)* 102 

Memorial of the innocent victims. © 1 c. Dec. 
23, 1944; G 44574. 

Lantau (Alfred H.)* 103 

Protestant cross. © 1 c. Jan. 1, 1945; G 44564. 



Leavitt (Glen Morton)* 

Crucifix. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1945; G 44607. 



104 



MacLean 0ane Shepard)* 105 

Symbol of world Christian fellowship. © Jan. 
29, 1945; G 44663. 

Mandery (Alexander Joseph)* 106 

You've got what it takes for victory. © 1 c. Jan. 
22, 1945; G 44632. 

Marshall 0ohn C. L.)* 107 

All-American cigarette. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 1944; 
G 44662. 

Mayer (Edward Holland) sr. 108, 109 

Sellars (Helen Mayer): 

G. I. Joe, jr., 1, 2. © 1 c. each Dec. 30, 1944; 
G 44558, 44559. 

Moessel (Julius)* 110, 111 

Chalice surrounded by flowers and fruits. - Our 
Mother of Perpetual Help, surrounded by flowers. 
© 1 c. each Jan. 17, 1945; G 44605, 44606. 

Montgomery (William Henry) 112, 113 

Herland (Emily): 

American girls' club, 1, 2. © 1 c. each Oct. 
3, 1944; G 44571, 44572. 



Mott (Clifford D.)* 114,115 

Denison, Texas, birthplace of Gen.Dwight Eisen- 
hower, front view, side view. © Dec. 8, 1944; G 
44549, 44550. 

Murphy (Thos. D.) co. 116-119 

Strachan (A. Claude): 

Bit of heaven. - Childhood days. - Morning at 
the manor. - Pals. © 1 c. each Dec. 13, 1944; G 
44567-44570. 

Neilson (Marion Bird)* 120 

Beauty thru the ages. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1945; G 
44563. 

Newrock (William) 121 

Friedland (Lily): 

Lambie Pie, © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1945; G 44616. 

Nurses alumni assn. of the Uniontown hospital. 122 
Franks (Jeanne S.): 

Illustration of a nurse. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1945; 
G 44633. 

Outland (Herman)* 123 

Baby's first year. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1944; G 
44638. 

Ped^o (Eleanor Marie)* 124 

Rejected. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 1944; G 44593. 

Ripley (Aiden Lassell)* 125-130 

Blind shooting. - Covey in the cornfield. - Good 
point. - Jumping blacks. - Wilson snipe. - Wood- 
cock swamp. © 1 c. each Jan. 20, 1945; G 44626- 
44631. 

Schmitt (Elmo Geoi^e)* 131 

Little man. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1945; G 44598. 



Schwartz (Robert I.)* 

Foofnit. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1945; G 44578. 



132 



133 



Seagrove (Birdie Lee) 

Crawford (Thomas Marion): 

Blue bonnet girl. © 1 c. Oct. 11, 1944; G 
44560. 

Smoot (Mrs, H. L.) 134-136 

Phillips (A. F.): 

Last mill and dam at New Salem. - New Salem 
mill & surroundings. - Three trees. © 1 c. each 
Jan. 8, 1945; G 44706-44708. 

Smythe (Lucile)* 137-139 

Whistling: 

Coffee Pot. - Hot Spot. - Nite Spot. © 1 c. 
each Jan. 22, 1945; G 44690-44692. 

Soares (Joaquim Pita) 140, 141 

Paulekos (Vito A.) American: 

Sailor. - Soldier. © Mar. 11, 1944; G 44617, 
44618. 

Stoltzenburg (Frank C.)* 142 

America, the haven of the world. © 1 c. Nov. 
22, 1944; G 44562. 



Thomas (Douglas Wayne)* 

Totities. © 1 c. Nov. 1, 1944; G 44576. 



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CLASS G 



Thompson (Thomas)* 144 

Just married! Watch (? city) growl © 1 c. Jan. 
9, 1945; G 44591. 



Thorson (Charles Gustave)* 

Keeko. © 1 c. Dec. 2, 1944; G 44661. 



145 



146 



Unci' George. 

Carter (Nora Emi Roberta): 

Success through specialized feeds. © Dec. 
8, 1944; G 44561. 

Vermont marble co. 147-155 

Bliss design co. Memorial: 

Harper, 6148. - Parker, 6149. © Jan. 15, 
1945; G 44657, 44658. 

Richardson (Earl C.) Memorial: 

Brinkman, 6142. - Durkee, 6143. - Hebron, 
6147. - Leach, 6146. - Melvers, 6144. - Marvell, 
6145. - Rader, 8099. © Jan. 16, 1945; G 44650- 
44656. 



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Von Strauss (Lester Michael)* 156 

Acetate plastic cameo. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1945; G 
44705. 

Wager (Henry Paul)* 157 

Record album of the month club. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1945; G 44639. 

Waters (Thomas Landon) 158 

Baseball today. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1944; G 44637. 

Whltson (Sherman Monty)* 159 

Invasion of Guadalcsmal, Solomon Islands. © 1 
c. Dec. 30, 1944; G 44557. 

Williams (Edward Charles)* 160 

In memory of my service to my coimtry for 
liberty. Justice. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1944; G 44642. 



Zwelbel (Seymour) productions. 
Roye (Syd): 

Hoppy Lamb. © Jan. 11, 1945; G 44599. 



161 



Number of entries of Works of Art included In the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945- 



161 



PAINTINGS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

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Copping (Harold) 1-6 

Bar-Jesus or Elymas, R 134368, Dec. 11, 1944. 
Christ washing the disciples' feet. R 134366, 

Dec. 11, 1944. 

Conversion of Lydia. R 134369, Dec. 11, 1944. 



Good shepherd. R 134364, Dec. 11, 1944. 

Paul stoned and left for dead. R 134367, Dec. 
11, 1944. 

Woman of Canaan. R 134365, Dec. 11, 1944. 

© Ernest Noel Copping, North Vancouver, B.C., 
Canada & John Clarence Copping, London. 



CLASSES H-K 



REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 

OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



Acadia manufacturers supply co. 162 

Acadia for action. €> Dec. 26, 1944; K 57093. 

Ahlbom (Theodor) 163 

Rice drying and storage plant for John S. Rolfe, 
401. © Dec. 30, 1944; I 35635. 

Alr-vu CO. 164-166 

Alr-Tu drawing of column and beams, 145. © 

Oct. 1, 1944; I 35697. 

Instructions for drawing gears, using standard 

protractor, 137. © Aug. 10, 1944; I 35696. 

Roof construction, the shanty, 122. © July 10, 

1944; I 35695. 

Ambro (Eric Hjalmar Ambroslus) 167 

P H MoUer chart of thermodynamic properties 
of steam based on Keenan L Keyes steam tables, 
1936. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1945; I 35694. 

American automobile assn. 168, 169 

Distance judgment, 1945. © Jan. 1, 1945; 

I 35688. 

Field of vision, 1944. © Dec. 12, 1944; I 35687. 

American bank note co. ^ 170, 171 

Banque centrale de la Republlque de Turqule, S. 

A., special V-85766. © Nov. 28, 1944; K 56962. 
Banque centrale de la Republlque de Turqule, S. 

A., special V-85770. © Nov. 29, 1944; K 56961. 

American mutual liability Insurance co. 172-175 

Mr. Friendly and the armored folks of Center- 
vlUe. © Dec. 21, 1944; K 56939. 

Mr. Friendly and the Hon In the living room. © 
Oct. 26, 1944; K 56896. 

Mr. Friendly and the manufacturer nobody loved. 
© Oct. 14, 1944; K 57063. 

Mr. Frlsndly repairs an eggi © Nov. 23, 1944; 
K 57062. 

Arenz 0ohn) 176 

Suns-only-ri rnl tubes. © 1 c. Dec. 20, 1944; 
I 35663. 

Art education, Inc. 177 

Girl with a watering can, 408. © Sept. 12, 1944; 
K 46857. 

Asmus (Percy) 178 

Two-ln-one self locking and adjustable garment 
hai«er. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1945; I 35662. 

Backe (John C.) 179 

Artificial worm bait construction. © 1 c. Dec. 

26, 1944; I 35722. 

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Balrd (George D.) 180 

Chart of the moon. © 1 c. Dec. 11, 1944; I 35655. 



BalUnger (Francis J.) 181 

Our Lady of the Mist, 0154. © Dec. 15, 1944; K 
56951. 

Barbeau (L. & J.) 182 

Jig blocks for drilling L reaming plimger bodies, 
P. B. 1. © 1 c. Jan. 1, 1945; I 35640. 

Barber (Hiram E.) 183 

Improvement In locking wrenches. © 1 c. Jan. 
5, 1945; I 35653. 

Baxter (David Madison) 184 

Freak of nature. © Dec. 10, 1944; K 57078. 

Beatty (Henry Emit) 185-188 

Basket & trays, 1-4. © 1 c. each Dec. 28, 1944; 
I 35731-35734. 

Bell (Alfred) & co., ltd. 189 

Cyplerre (La Marquise de) after Jean Marc Nat- 
tier; by E. E. Mllner. © Nov. t, 1944; H 2805. 

Bennoon (Mendel) 190 

Old Hebrew schoUr. © Nov. 9, 1944; K 57079. 

Besler corp. 191-193 

Besler power boiler and auxiliaries. © 1 c. 

Dec. 27, 1944; I 35721. 

3x3 unlflow engine, A-712. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 

1945; I 35730. 

6B flow diagram, N-738. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1945; 

I 35649. 



Bethlehem steel co. 

Fire I © Dec. 14, 1944; K 56942. 



194 



Boehm (Paul F.) 195 

Isometric two-angle and ellipse stencil, 450102. 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1945; I 35658. 

Borden co., New York. 196 

That Christmas may live on! © Nov. 8, 1944; K 
56856. 

Bradley (Claude A.) 197 

Household 4 In one screw driver. © 1 c. Jan.l9, 
1945; I 35702. 

Bressler editorial cartoons. Inc. Victory-builders 
dlv. 198-216 

Confidentially, I'm not the most Important guy 
around here, B-173. - Sooner we win, the sooner 
we'll benefit by post-war Jobs, B-172. © Aug. 2fi, 
1944; K 56851, 56852. 

ForwardI Be prepared to fill tomorrow's job, 
B-175. - In battle, casualties can't be avoided, B- 
174. © Sept. 22, 1944; K 56853, 56854. 

Guilty! Of mishandling tools, B-171. - He's pre- 
paring for the bigger tasks ahead, B-170. © July 
28, 1944; K 56846, 56850. 



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Hello gang! Thanks for everything I - Right down 
your alleyl © Nov. 6, 1944: K 57088, 57092. 

I got an idea. - They can t wait. © Dec. 18, 1944; 
K 47084, 57085. 

I'll stick to my job. - Now I can buy the things 
I love. © Oct. 13, 1944; K 57089, 57091. 

I'm proud to work with 'em, B-167. © June 19, 
1944; K 56848. 

Lucky for me, the stuff you made got there in 
time. - Out, don't listen to his song and dance. © 
Nov. 24, 1944; K 57086, 57087. 

Post war jobs? - We're ready! For the challenge 
of tomorrow! © Sept. 25, 1944; K 47083, 57090. 

Squeeze play! Extra effort now brings victory 
nearer, B-169. - What a record! A whole year 
without a [single] serious accident in our depart- 
ment, B-168. © July 6, 1944; K 56847, 56849. 

Brooks bros. 217, 218 

Men in the armed forces. © Dec. 14, 1944; K 

57076. 

Twenty-six years ago this November. © Nov. 

11, 1944; K 56963. 

Brownie's blockprlnts, Inc. 219-250 

5 L 171—5 L 190, 5 L 193—5 L 195, 5 L 197—5 
L 199, 10 L 91—10 L 96. © Jan. 2, 1945; K 57096- 
57127. 



Bryers (Duane) 

Cokey. © Jan. 10, 1945; K 56955. 



251 



Buell (Marjorie H.) 252-254 

Easter greetings, 10E204-5. - Great big wish 

for a happy Easter, 10E203-5. - Special valentine 

for .you, 10V210-5. © Jan. 2, 1945; K 56893-56895. 



Buffalo evening news. 

Buffalo evening news. 
Dec. 30, 1944; K 56892. 



255 
Girl with blossoms. © 



Bulletin CO. 256-262 

First bonnet excites only 50 percent of quadrup- 
lets. © Dec. 28, 1944; K 57057. 

Four little Clrminellos In close order. - Santa's 
first visit to the quadruplets. © Dec. 23, 1944; K 
57051, 57052. 

Philadelphia quadruplets, half awake, half asleep. 
© Jan. 8, 1945; K 57055. 

Philadelphia's most famous babies look things 
over. © Jan. 11, 1945; K 57053. 

Philadelphia's own quadruplets wish you a happy 
New year. © Jan. 1, 1945; K 57056. 

Quadruplets' mother visits her thriving brood. 
© Dec. 21, 1944; K 57054. 

Campbell prints, inc. 263 

[Diana or Christ] 8373. © Sept. 12, 1944; K 
56862. 

Cashmore (Alonzo W.) 264 

Bottle cap opener. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1944; I 35650. 

Catey (George L.) 265 

G. L. C. orifice flow computer for natural gas. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1945; I 35648. 

Chicago & Illinois Midland railway. 266 

Lincoln, the thinker. New Salem, Illinois. © 
Dec. 26, 1944; K 57031. 



Chlsholm -Ryder co., inc. 267-271 

CRCO: 

Cut bean line, 154. - Pea line, 152. - Tomato 
juice line, 156. - Tomato line, 155. - Whole bean 
line, 153. © Nov. 30, 1944; I 35675-35679. 

Cimlnl (Pasquale L.) 272 

Patio de Lorenzo plan. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1945; 
I 35692. 



Colman (Malvina G.) 

Colman key. © Aug. 1, 1944; K 56861. 



273 



Cressy (Will) 274-279 

Casablanca class carrier. - Well deck destroyer. 

© Oct. 1, 1944; K 57138, 57139. 
World war 2: 

C-2. - Destroyer escort. - Heavy destroyer. - 

Large transport. © Oct. 1, 1944; K 57140-57143. 



Crib diaper service, inc. 

Shhh! © Dec. 11, 1944; K 56964. 



280 



Cross CO. 281-298 

Machine to drill, ream, tap and mill pad, water 
pump; A-22805, 1, 2. - Machine to finish face banjo 
face, rear axle housing, A-22804. - Machine to 
finish face flange ends of axle housing, A -22635. - 
Machine to recenter crankshaft no. 868929, A-22636. 
- Proposal, machine to counter bore & chamfer gear 
using 2 station index fixture, part 8608616, A- 
23120. - Proposal, 6 station 3 way machine for 
drilling, milling and centering, A-23211, 1, 2. - 
Proposed machine to drill, counter sink, spotface 
and tap 5/16-24 hole, A-22884. - Proposed machine 
to finish bore and face both ends, rear axle housing, 
A-23212. - Proposed machine to mill and chamfer 
compressor body, A -22859. - Proposed 3 way, 6 
station machine for drilling, milling, trepanlng & 
chamfering, A-23141, 1, 2. - Special 3 way drilling 
& tapping, 2 way machine for cylinder block no. 
1115329, A-22898. - Universal duplex machine to 
mill shafts to length and center drill, A -22899. - 
Vertical 6 spindle, 3 station Index machine to mill 
1 radius, 6 places pressure plate no. SK-14097, A- 
23215. - 3 spindle milling machine to mill 3-.552— 
.542 slots in pressure plate no. SK. 14097, A- 
23214. - 4 station machine to drill, mill & spotface 
pressure plate no. SK-14097, A-23213. © 1 c. each 
Dec. 20, 1944; I 35737-35754. 



Daily review corp. 
This is our pledge. 



299 



© Jan. 2, 1945; K 56897. 



Daprato statuary co. 300 

Our Lady of the Ozarks, Vii^ln of the Smile, S- 
1223. © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1944; J 37565. 



Adolphthe Dirty. © Dec. 4, 1944; K 57077. 



301 



Davis (LlUlan S.) 302-304 

House plan, two-story, five rooms and bath. - 
Single family and duplex variation of basic 4 rooms 
and bath two-story house plan. - Three variations 
of a basic five-room one-story house plan. © 1 c. 
each Jan. 22, 1945; I 35725-35727. 



Derlngton (Paul A.) 
Streamlined rail 
1945; I 35735. 



connection. © 1 c. 



305 
Jan. 27, 



CLASSES H-K 



no. 1, 1945 



410 



Deveny (Albert Lewis) 306 

Osteopathic fundamentals. © 1 c. Nov. 25, 1944; 
I 35723. 



Dishart (Harry Samuel) 

Ladles smoking pipette kit. 
I 35656. 



307 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1945; 



Disney (Walt) productions. 308 

Do I wish you a merry Christmas, 15X971-4. © 
Feb. 3, 1944; K 57043. 

Douglas aircraft co., inc. 309 

Deflection chart. © 1 c. Dec. 9, 1944; I 35661. 

Dreher 0eanne K.) 310 

Diane, R 1378. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1945; J 37578. 

Dreyfuss (H.) 311 

U. S. stamps of the occupied nations. © Dec. 8, 
1944; K 56863. 

Eagle-Picher lead co. 312 

Nomograph for analyzing test fence exposure 
data. © Dec. 9, 1944; I 35708. 

Econometric Institute, Inc. 313-315 

Capital goods. © Oct. 3, 1944; I 35690. 
Federal reserve board production Index & com- 
ponents. © Oct. 3, 1944; I 35691. 

Semi-durable consumers' goods. © Oct. 3, 
1944; I 35689. 

Employers casualty co. 316 

Be ecco-wlse and minimize. © Jan. 10, 1945; K 
56952. 

Erf (Herbert Adolph) 317-326 

Cathedral of Gergentl. - Difficulty of hearing in 
court rooms Is noted. - Jungle organ. - Man passes 
speed of sound. - Metronome cell. - Reports of 
some big guns carry for 300 miles. - Sound travels 
5 times as fast in water as in air. - Supersonic 
sound waves vibrate at 20,000 times per second. - 
White and quiet Christmas. - World's loudest noise. 
© Jan. 2, 1945; K 57128-57137. 

Excel birthday calendar co. 327 

William's write-in birthday calendar. © Sept. 
16, 1944; K 57075. 

Fausett (Sam) 328 

Laney (Governor Sam) © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1945; J 
37589. 



First national bank & trust co. of Bridgeport. 329 
Tlmepay bank loans. © Jan. 23, 1945; K 57080. 

Fogle (William) 330-333 

Dimensions of flanged and dished heads [and] 
Semi -elliptical heads, 79-A. - Dished radius table, 
90. - Layout of square plate heml-spherlcal heads 
or spheres, 91. - Quick formula for reinforcement 
area for U-68 and U-69 vessels, openings in solid 
pUte, 69-A. © Dec. 27, 1944; I 35625-35628. 

Frlck collection. 334, 335 

Andiron with figure of: 

Jupiter. - Venus. © Jan. 19, 1945; J 37586, 
37587. 



Gaffne^ (Thomas A.) 336 

Special air navigation chart, San Francisco- 
Honolulu. © Dec. 7, 1944; I 35685. 

General foods sales co., Inc. 337 

How to bake by the ration book. © 1 cjan. 20, 
1945; J 47582. 

General motors corp. Fisher body dlv. 338, 339 
If we stop rolling, we stop working and winning. 

© Jan. 2, 1945; K 56871. 

National sixth war loan, shoot the works. © Jan. 

9, 1945; K 56938. 

George (Larry H.) 340, 341 

Simplified method of calculating flush gage pins 

for checking drilled hole depth. © 1 c. Dec. 7, 

1944; I 35683. 

Simplified pin measurements for vee-blocks. © 

1 c. Dec. 7, 1944; I 35682. 

Gerlach-Barklow co. 342-407 

All I Imow Is what I read In the papers. - Amer- 
ican way of life. - Bloom of youth. - Builders of 
America. - Caught In the act. - Clipper ship, David 
Crockett. - Coming in. - Ducks at dawn. - Getting 
acquainted. - Goln flshln'. - Going my way. - His 
proudest moment. - It's a date. - Just ducky. - Our 
world of tomorrow. - Pink slippers. - Place of 
their self-content. - Sweet simplicity. - 'Up and 
over. - Winter's golden sunset. - Wonder of nature. - 
Wonderland of the West. © Dec. 26, 1944; K 57001,- 
57004, 57007, 57010, 57011, 57013, 57014, 57016- 
57022, 57025-57030. 

As good as can be. - Balanced beauty. - Batter 
up. - Before the mast. - Belly flopper. - Fair for- 
ward. - Five roses and bud In blue bowl, 9. - 
Hooked. - Huntress. - In the groove. - Injuns are 
coming. - Let's play. - Love all. - Miss Is as good 
as a mile. - Pin show. - Pink and red roses In blue 
vase, 4. - Pink roses and blue delphinium In basket 
vase, 11. - Red roses In fancy vase, pansles and 
plate, 12. - Red roses In low dark bowl, 8. - Red 
roses In vase and on table, 3. - Reigning queen. - 
Roses and ferns In dark blue bowl, 7. - Roses and 
snapdragons In teapot, 10. - School days. - Seven 
red roses, 1. - Smooth sailing. - Sweetheart of the 
snow. - Three roses In vase, cup and saucer, 5. - 
Trading stamps. - Yellow roses and cornflowers 
with figurine, 6. - Yellow roses, cornflowers and 
pansles, 2. © Dec. 26, 1944; K 56965-56972, 
56974, 56978-56985, 56987-57000. 

As the tw^ is bent, the tree's inclined. - Faint 
heart ne'er won fair lady. - Fen dubs. - First tall 
spin. - Funnies. © Dec. 26, 1944; K 56973, 56975- 
56977, 56986. 

Girl of my dreams. - Lovely as the day. - Lucky 
bird. - Rose of the ranch. © Dec. 26, 1944; K 57006, 
57009, 57012, 57015. 

Man of tomorrow. - Sow what? - Three who 
play safe. - Welcoming the bluebirds. © Dec. 26, 
1944; K 57005, 57008, 57023, 57024. 



Goes (A.) 408 

Western and southern legion. Bordered certif- 
icate in brown with black text matter. © Dec. 15, 
1944; K 56937. 

Gutmann & Gutmann, Inc. 409, 410 

Oh-oh! A bunny. - Two sleepy-heads. © Jan. 
12, 1945; K 57041, 57042. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



411 



pt. IV. n. s». v. 40 



Hackney (Winston Myron) 411, 412 

Transparent plastic door, 65. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 

1945; I 35729. 

Transparent plastic perfumery bottle, 66. © 1 

c. Jan. 29, 1945; I 35756. 

Hearst consolidated publications, Inc. 413-421 

Any way you look. © Jan. 27, 1945; K 57094. 

Blood brothers. © Jan. 6, 1945; K 56898. 

Booby trap. © Jan. 13, 1945; K 56960. 

Caught red-handed. © Jan. 9, 1945; K 56930. 

Gee, that's tough. © Dec. 27, 1944; K 56855. 

It won't be loi« now. © Dec. 29, 1944; K 56867. 

So help me. © Dec. 30, 1944; K 56865. 

Squeeze play. © Jan. 25, 1945; K 57081. 

Who was asleep this time. © Dec. 28, 1944; K 
56866. 

Hermitage art co.. Inc. 422-425 

Easter, 1190, 1194, 1223. - Palm Sunday, 1220. 
© Dec. 29, 1944; K 56888-56891. 

Hetrovo (Nicholas S.) 426, 427 

Rock-a-pony. © 1 c. Nov. 24, 1944; I 35641. 
Rock-a-pony. © 1 c. Nov. 24, 1944; J 37588. 

Hlnto (Frayser) 428 

Christmas, 1944. How silently, how silently. © 
Dec. 18, 1944; K 56953. 

Huddleston 0ullen) 429 

Hangar, fireproof, 200 foot span. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
l545; I 35759. 



Hiiffman (Ira A.) 

Hydro-static brake. 
35638. 



430 
1 c. Dec. 31, 1944; I 



Industrial equities, Inc. 431-439 

All Ideas are carefully Investigated, G-29. - 
American business after the war, G-19. - Can you 
solve this problem, G -44. - Food for thought, G-37. - 
Ideas today, for civilian use tomorrow, G-25. - 
Make way, for the railroaders of tomorrow, G-52. - 
There Is no substitute for experience, G-14. - Time 
flies, G-33. - Your move, G-4. © Dec. 20, 1944; K 
57032-57040. 

Institute for American democracy, Inc. 440 

Fighting for our unity, now and forever I Protes- 
tant, Catholic, Jew. © Dec. 29, 1944; K 56901. 

JulUen (Philip M.) 441 

Stadium national war memorial arena for Wash- 
ington, D. C. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1945; I 35660. 



Kellogg CO. 

KelUe and Santa 
56956. 



Claus. © Nov. 20, 



442 
1944; K 



Kemper -Thomas co. 443-460 

Beautiful armful; by Arthur Frahm. - Cathedral 
of heaven; by Eric Sloane. - Coming events; by Em- 
mett Watson. - Diana; by Earl Blossom. - Dog -gone 
good; by Constance Bannister. - Good neighbor; by 
Jules Erblt. - House by the side of the road; by 
Marius Hubert Robert. - In freedom's cause; by 
Gordon Grant. - Into the land of my dreams; by John 
Kabel. - Judy; by Maud Tousey Fangel. - O'er the 
land of the free; by Hy. [1. e. John Henry] Hlnter- 
melster. - Right number; by Roy Lawrence. -Sports- 
man's paradise; by A. Royle. - Sxmset's gold; by 
Fred Bond. - Twin Lakes; by Fred Bond.- Visibility 



good; by Arthur Samoff. - When Johnny comes 
marching home; by John Newton Howltt. - Young 
America; by Arthur Compton. © Jan. 1, 1945; H 
2808-2825. 

Keystone view co. 461-467 

[Shepard projection chart] 1-7. © Jan. 3, 1945; 
I 35664-35670. 



Klmbel (Guy J.) 

Automatic seam presser. 
I 35637. 

Klmbel (Guy John) 



468 
1 c. Dec. 31, 1944; 

469 



moei \uuy }oaa) w» 

All-in-one trousers presser. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1945; I 35654. 

King features syndicate, inc. 470-479 

Ceclle curls baby's hair, Z-263. - Cookie dries 
Cecile's face,Z-264. - Dancing with baby, Z-262. - 
Emelie dries baby's face, Z-261. - Playing house 
with live doll, Z-260. © Nov. 20, 1944; J 37570, 
37572-37575. 

Dionne rhythm five, Z-259. - Emelie, the drum- 
mer, Z-257. - Marie plays the cymbals, Z-258. © 
Nov. 9, 1944; J 47568, 37576, 37577. 

Dionne's fresh eggs, Z-238. - Quints work horse, 
Z-237. © Aug. 21, 1944; J 37569, 37571. 

KirUiride (Chalmer Gatlin) 480 

Correlation for calculation of phase equilibria. 
© Dec. 1, 1944; I 35624. 

Kunstanstalten May, a. g. 481, 482 

Goring (Relchsmarschall) 6000; by Harry Haer- 

endel. © Nov. 23, 1941; H 2807. 

Matterhom, 5918; by Siegfried R. Vogt. © Oct. 

5, 1940; H 2806. 

Lanker labels. 483-492 

Belly wash. - Crap orchard. - Hair o' the dog. - 
Old owl vomit. - Old sow. - Panther plzz. - Rot 
gut. - Skunk hollow. - Snake bite. - Sweet pea. © 
Dec. 20, 194^; K 57065-57074. 

tarrecq (A. J.) 493, 494 

Thermal propulsion power plant for jet propel- 
led aircraft, W-3, W-4. © 1 c. each Dec. 27, 1944; 
I 35719, 35720. 



LaVeUette (Roslie) 

Slide for a dance set. 
I 35700. 



495 
© 1 c. Dec. 23, 1944; 



Lever bros. co. Pepsodent dlv. 496 

Exclusively yours. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1945; J 37584. 

Line material co. 497 

Round-wound transformer. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1945; 
J 37581. 

Loeper (B. E.) 498 

Jeweler, machines need cleaning and oiling reg- 
ularly. © Nov. 29, 1944; K 57064. 

LongCohnE.) 499 

Aleutian Islands. Beach, 705. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1945; J 37585. 

McClasky (Jay A.) 500-504 

Courageous Flash. - Fancy Peavlne, 1, 2. - Mc- 
Donald King Rose. - Rythm by Rex. © 1 c. each 
Jan. 11, 1945; J 37560-37564. 



CLASSES H-K 



n o. 1. 1945 



597 



McKeever (PhyUls M.) 505, 506 

Going to the waterhole. - Twilight on the bay. © 
Dec. 12, 1944; K 57060, 57061. 

Mead Johnson & co. 507. 508 

Fun with alphabet blocks. © Dec. 27, 1944; K 

56899. 

Helping motler feed the baby. © Dec. 20, 1944; 

K 56868. 

Meredith pub. co. 509-514 

Successful farming plan, 1-6. © Dec. 5, 1944; 
I 35711-35716. 

Merrill (Robert Howard) 515 

Ideal fine arts wing ifor the school. © 1 c. Jan. 
3, 1945; I 35642. 

Merryman (Lorin R.) 516-518 

Alignment chart for determining the decline rate 

and production of oil wells. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1945; 

I 35639. 

Alignment chart for determining the future rate 

of production and per cent decline rate of oil wells. 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1945; I 35718. 

Alignment chart :for determining the years of 

economic life of oil wells for variable decline rates. 

© 1 c. Jan. 8. 1945; I 35659. 

Messenger corp. 519, 520 

[Dawn of a new day] - [Lost sheep] © Dec. 30, 
1944; K 56873, 568.74. 

Meyer (Henry A.) 521 

Lock nut and self locking cap screw or bolt. © 
1 c. Jan. 27, 1945; I 35755. 

Monastery of the Blessed Sacrament. 522-525 

Devotion to the Infant Jesus. © Nov. 5, 1943; K 

56957. 

My little Jesus, I love Thee. © Oct. 31, 1944; K 

56958. 

My little Jesus, I love Thee, 1, 2. © Oct. 31, 

1944; I 37579, 37580. 

Myers (Fred D.) 526 

Glidergulde. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1945; I 35724. 



Newgood CO. 

Circle doll. © Dec. 16, 1944; K 57095. 



527 



Newman (Charles) 528-532 

Educated horse. Lord Ha-ha. - Intoxicated horse, 
Alka Hall. - One meal-a day horse. Count Ribs de 
Bony. - Wild horse, Billy Goat. - Wild horise. Du- 
plex. © Jan. 10, 1945; K 56932-56936. 

Newman (Clyve Haskell) 533 

Glamour at the piano. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1945; J 
37559. 

Northern pump co. 534-539 

Motor torpedo boats. - Samuel D. Ingham. - U. 
S. S. Curtiss. - U. S. S. Preble. - L. S. S. Raven. - 
U. S. S. San Diego. © Dec. 20, 1944; K 56945- 
56950. 

' Osborne co. 540-570 

I America, my homeland. - America's ans,wer. - 

' Bubbles. - Charm of old time Bruges. - Drive is 

on. - Dumbarton Oaks. - Fellow citisens. - For 

such as these. - His task is done, his country free. 

- Hope of America. - Keep your eye on the pins. - 



Little world of peace. - Meet the boss. - Old road 
home. - Peace be unto you. - Spirit of America. - 
Stumping the experts. - There's a great day coming. 
- To Jefferson, apostle of liberty. - Vernal Falls, 
Yosemite national park. - Wake up, sleepy head. - 
Washington lives in all brave hearts. - Washington's 
(Farmer) gristmill. - Way you look tonight. - Wings 
of victory. - Work for plenty, build for peace. © 
Dec. 26, 1944; K 56902-56927. 

Garden beauties. - In pastures green. - Only us 
chickens. - [Sunny Monday] - What's cookin'? © 
Dec. 26, 1944; K 57033-57048. 

Ostlind (Benjamin) 571-575 

Internal pressure chart. - Ostlind column chart. 
Aircraft tubing. - Ostlind deflection chart for Doug- 
las fir plywood. - Properties of aircraft tubing. 
Supplement to Ostlind column chart. - Supplement 
to Ostlind deflection chart for Douglas fir plywood. 
© Dec. 18, 1944; I 35704-35708. 

Overbey (Harry Williamson) 576 

Message to war mothers. Flag and border de- 
sign. © Nov. 16, 1944; K 56959. 

Parker (William M.) & Parker (G.) 577-583 

Calculating curve-wheel Mercator rule 2. - Di- 
visor arm, Mercator rule no. 1. - Flight chief wind 
rose. - Mercator rule 2. © Dec. 15, 1944; I 35629- 
35632, 35634. 

Flight chief wind rose arm. © Dec. 15, 1944; 
I 35757. 

Paralleling grid, Mercator rule no. 1. © Dec. 
15, 1944; I 35633. 

Parkinson (Roscoe Lincoln) 584 

O'Hare (Lt. Cdr. Edward H.) [and 19 others] 
Sky heroes. © Nov. 1, 1944; K 56870. 



Peterson (Walter C.) 

Insurance protects you. 
56940. 



585 
© Dec. 14, 1944; K 



Pollla (Joseph Andrew) 586 

R/ season, 1944-45. Walk to health. © Dec. 7, 
1944; K 56869. 

Poster stamp press. 587-589 

[Egg decorations, cut outs] © Dec. 10, 1944; K 

56860. 

Transferlte, 49, 61. © Nov. 3, 1944; K 56858, 

56859. 

Prlcbard (Qulntln Robert) 590 

Model airplane sequence Illustration. © Nov. 4, 
1944; I 35709. 

Providence lithograph co. 591-593 

Busy mother. - Friends of Jesus. - We are 
helpers. © Dec. 29, 1944; K 56885-56887. 

Qulggle (Kenneth Edgar) 594 

Picture holder. © 1 c. Dec. 16, 1944; I 35680. 

Review & herald pub. assn. 595-597 

Advent review and Sabbath herald, centennial 

special, 1844-1944 [Second coming of Christ] - 

Hour of God's judgment Is come. © Oct. 19, 1944; 

K 57058, 57059. 

Youth's Instructor, centenary special, 1844-1944. 

© Oct. 17, 1944; K 56864. 



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598 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 40 



Rigaumont (Victor A.) 598-603 

New roof, ceiliog, etc. cons'n [for] Strand theatre, 
315 Main St., Rldgway, Pa., for Warner bros. cir- 
cuit mai^'t Corp., 2044. © Dec. 11, 1944; I 35728. 

New roof, ceiling, etc. cons'n. Strand theatre, 
315 Main St., Rlc^way, Pa., for Warner bros. cir- 
cuit mang't Corp., 2044. [Revised] © Jan. 23, 1945; 
I 35736. 

Proposed commercial and amusement building 
for Ole Olson located at south-west corner of Broad- 
way ave. & Coast ave., no. 1700-1702-1704-1706 
Broadway ave., lots no. 565-566-567 Beechview, 27th 
ward, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1144. - Theatre and stores 
and bowling alleys [27th ward, Pittsburgh, Pa.] 
1144. © Dec. 5, 1944; I 35698, 35699. 

Reconstruction of Park theatre, 1225 Liberty st., 
Franklin, Penna, 1944. - Victor theatre alterations, 
524 Fifth avenue, McKeesport, Pa., 1844. © Dec. 
28, 1944; I 35643, 35644. 

Rountree (Harvey Morrison) 604 

Rountree bedside table. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1945; 
I 35671. 

Royal Hawaiian distributing co. 605 

Aloha Hawaiian Islands. Hawaiian coat of arms. 
© Jan. 5, 1945; K 57049. 

Saint Germain press, inc. 606 

Beloved Mary, Mother of Jesus. © Oct. 24, 
1944; K 56900. 

Sandler (Henry B.) co. 607 

Blueberry Hill. © Jan. 11, 1945; K 56931. 

Scemon (Lucien) 608, 609 

Anti-aircraft map, 2, 3. © Jan. 9, 1945; I 35673, 
35674. 

Schlltz (Jos.) brewing co. 6f0 

This will help bring my boy back. © Nov. 27, 
1944; K 56954. 

Schnell (H. C.) 611 

Bluff view super service station. © Dec. 27, 
1944; K 56875. 

Scientific model airplane co. 612 

Giant 72" imperial soaring glider. © Dec. 1, 
1944; I 35701. 

Simon (Edward P.) 613 

Living-bed room combination. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1945; I 35684. 

Solan (Joseph Emanuel) 614 

Solan star chart. © Dec. 1, 1944; I 35686. 

Stensgaard (W. L.) & associates, Inc. 615 

Calendar for the year. [Horse head calendar for 
the year, 1945] © Jan. 11, 1945; K 57082. 

Stewart (J. Y.) 616, 617 

Device for removal and replacement of wheels. 

© 1 c. Dec. 13, 1944; I 35636. 

Device for removal and replacement of wheels. 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1945; I 35693. 



Sylvester Ooseph Maurice) 

Handl-handle. © Jan. 4, 1945; I 35647. 



618 



Telch (Curt) & co., Inc. 619-627 

Greetings from: 

Brooklyn, N.Y., 3B-H1422. - Coney Island, N. 
Y., 3B-H1421. - Flushing, L. I., N. Y., 3B-B1424. - 
Hempstead, L. I., N. Y., 3B H1423. - Jamaica, L. I., 
N. Y., 3B-H1425. - Long Beach, L. I., N. Y., 3B- 
H1426. © May 2, 1944; K 56877-56880, 56883, 
56884. 

Carthage, Missouri, 3B 387-N. - RoUa, Mis- 
souri, 3B-372-N. © May 5, 1944; K 56881, 56882. 

Keweenaw land of Michigan's copper country, 
3B-H1293. © Aug. 12, 1944; K 56B76. 

Ten Commandments pub. soc. 628 

Ten Commandments. © Dec. 23, 1944; K 56941. 

Thompson (F. Leslie) 629 

Winter morning. © Dec. 1, 1944; K 56943. 

Tlmken roller bearing co. 630 

Home (Admiral) says: Buy war bonds. © Jan. 
5, 1945; K 56944. 

Townsley (Fredle) 631 

Combination ash stand. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1945; 
I 35717. 

Trnavsky (Ewlng J.) & Paluso (E. R.) 632 

There will always be freedom In America. © 1 
c. Dec. 5, 1944; I 35681. 

Troxel (George O.) 633 

Testing hardness. © 1 c. Dec. 19, 1944; I 35672. 

United States playing card co. 634, 635 

Pottery from Philadelphia museum of art: 

Liverpool. - Staffordshire. © Dec. 29, 1944; 
K 56928, 56929. 

University of Geoi^la press. 636 

Polar-rectangular coordinate paper with values 

of sine, cosine and tangent. ©Jan. 19, 1945; I 35758. 

Vernon-Benshoff co. 637 

[Vernon -Benshoff dental -patient education] chart 
plate 5. © Jan. 17, 1945; I 35710. 

Von Levern (William P.) 638 

Division of duties. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1945; I 35657. 

Westlnghouse electric & mfg. co. 639 

There's danger In darkness but safety In light, 
F. S. 626 [and] Autopsy of an automobile driving 
accident, F. S. 627. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1945; J 37583. 

Whelan (E. W.) 640 

Forward, onward, upward. © Nov. 17, 1944; K 
57050. 

Wherry Joseph H.) 641 

Bell P-59A alracomet fighter. © Dec. 14, 1944; 
I 35645. 



Williams (Georgf Gilbert Hotspur Murray) 
Remember. © June 20, 1944; K 56872. 



642 



Woodruff (Asa AUen) 643, 644 

Great form: 

A, tangent. - b, center. © 1 c. each Dec. 27, 
1944; I 35651, 35652. 



iiD 



CLASSES H-K 



no. 1, 1945 



646 



Toung (Katherlne) 645, 646 

Bannister (Georglana.) study in gypsy costume. - 



Temple (Shirley) © 1 c. each Dec. 5, 1944; } 
37566, 37567. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Reproductions of works of art (including 3 one-copy entries) 21 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (Including 

74 one-copy entries) 135 

Photographs (including 16 one-copy entries) .- 31 

Prints and pictorial illustrations including 33 contributions to periodicals and 

other one-c(q)y entries) 298 

Total- - 485 



11 



DRAWINGS AND PRINTS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[646 



American bank note CO. . 1-14 

Allegory railroad, C-1548. R 134487, Dec. 29, 
1944. 

Arica, el ultimo cartucho, special C-1541. R 
134187, Nov. 26, 1944. 

Arms of Peru, C-1531. R 134180, Nov. 26, 1944. 

Arms of Slam, C-1542. R 134188, Nov. 26, 1944. 

El Banco Anglo Costarrlcense, special C-443. 
R 134179, Nov. 26, 1944. 

C-1537. R 134184, Nov. 26, 1944. 

Colon en la unlversldad de Salamanca, special 
C-1539. R 134185, Nov. 26, 1944. 

France, C-1524. R 134191, Nov. 26, 1944. 

Funerales de Atahualpa, special C-1540. R 
134186, Nov. 26, 1944. 



Island Creek coal company, special C -1534. R 
134182, Nov. 26, 1944. 

John Y. Payzant, esq.. The bank of Nova Scotia, 
special C-449. R 134190, Nov. 26, 1944. 

Oil wells, no. 2, C-1543. R 134189, Nov, 26, 
1944. 

Peru, C-1532. R 134181, Nov. 26, 1944. 

Pond Creek coal co., special C-1536. R 134183, 
Nov. 26, 1944. 

© Amer. bank note co.. New York. 

Taylor Instrument cos. 15-19 

Tycos recording thermometer, charts 151, 152, 
717, 718, 2301. © Taylor Instrument cos., Roches- 
ter, N. Y. R 134665-134669, Jan. 3, 1945. 



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Advertisers' service division, Inc., New York. 647 
Listen to Dick Tracy. For bread. © Dec. 21, 
1944; KK 29134. 

Agency paper co., New York. 648 

Sky-rite lightweight stationery. For light weight 
sUtlonery. © Dec. 28, 1944; KK 29254. 

Aloe Vera research laboratories. Coral Gables, Fla. 

649 
E.O.LA pulp. For medicinal salve. © Nov. 1, 
1944; KK 29384. 

American locomotive co. & General electric co., 
Schenectady, NY. 650, 651 

For transportation equipment: 

Big blow of forty-four I 113-109. © Dec. 16, 
1944; KK 29271. 

Blimps get a lift. © Dec. 2, 1944; KK 29272. 

Andale co., Philadelphia. 652 

Andale coil-spring garter -type tie bands, bulletin 
925-A. For coil-spring tie bands. © Dec. 10, 1944; 
KK 29273. 



Armour & co., Chicago. 653-667 

For beef extract: 

Look what you can do with vitalox. © Nov. 

26, 1944; KK 29003. 

Vltalox gives many a meal. © Oct. 1, 1944; 
KK 28996. 
For meat: 

Armour's star on pure pork sausage. © Oct. 

27, 1944; KK 28999. 

Armour's star on this flavory pure pork 
sausage. © Sept. 29, 1944; KK 28993. 

Armour's star on this pure pork sausage. © 
Nov. 29, 1944; KK 29120. 

Armour's star on this sugar -cured, slow- 
smoked bacon. © Nov. 17, 1944; KK 29002. 

Armour's star on this sugar-cxired, slow- 
smoked bacon promises extra goodness I © Sept. 
29, 1944; KK 28994. 

Armour's star on this tender, sweet ham. © 
Oct. 25, 1944; KK 28998. 

Armour's star on this tender, sweet ham. © 
Nov. 15, 1944; KK 29001. 

Armour's star on this tender, sweet ham. © 
Dec. 11, 1944; KK 29121. 

Modern American business depends on team- 
work. © Dec. 25, 1944; KK 29513. 

Treet is the meat. © Oct. 6, 1944; KK 28995. 

Treet is the meat. © Oct. 27, 1944; KK 
29000. 

Treet is the meat. © Kov. 24, 1944; KK 
29119. 

When you want something extra good. © Oct. 
18, 1944; KK 28997. 



Austenal laboratories, inc., Chicago. 668 

Vltalllum man, series 2, no. 8. For clinical 

uses in surgery of the dental alloy, vltalllum. © 
Dec. 27, 1944; KK 29414. 



Bacardi imports, inc., New York. 669 

Nothing takes the place of Bacardi, the Bacardi 
eggnog. For rum. © Dec. 16, 1944; KK 28958. 

Bacharach industrial Instrument co., Pittsburgh. 

670 
Nowt A practical instrument for direct oxygen 
analysis. For a testing instrument for heating 
boilers. © Dec. 22, 1944; KK 29118. 

Bailey film service, Los Angeles. 671 

Play championship basketball. For motion pic- 
ture films. © Nov. 4, 1944; KK 29430. 

Beau Brummell ties, inc., Cincinnati. 672 

Victory Insignia scarf. For the sweethearts of 
the armed forces. For scarfs. © Mar. 17, 1943; 
KK 28961. 

Belfort 0oseph H.) Chicago. 673 

Mammoth Information portfolio. For informa- 
tion portfolio. © Dec. 26, 1944; KK 29287. 

Bell aircraft corp., Buffalo. 674, 675 

For aircraft: 

Building vertical skyways. © Dec. 17, 1944; 
KK 29245. 

Design for safer landings. © Nov. 19, 1944; 
KK 28594. 

Bendix aviation corp., Detroit, Teterboro, N. J. 

676, 677 

First line of defense against man's oldest foe. 
For weather forecasting & aircraft Instruments. © 
Dec. 20, 1944; KK 29285. 

Pioneer sensitive altimeter. Sales catalog cir- 
cular. For aircraft instruments. © Nov. 22, 1944; 
KK 28950. 

Best & CO., inc., New York. 678-704 

Best's exclusive Arnold authentics, famous for 
fine quality, sturdy leathers. For misses shoes. © 
Jan. 4, 1945; KK 29369. 

Deep pile fabric makes a sturdy, warm coat. For 
girls coat. © Dec. 13, 1944; KK 29009. 

Encore the dirndl. For misses dress. © Jan. 
2, 1945; KK 29365. 

Fine cashmere superb casual coat. For misses 
coat. © Jan. 5, 1945; KK 29374. 

Flnetweeds make smart coat sets. For little boy 
& girl coat & leggings. © Dec. 11, 1944; KK 29006. 

Flag colors in Celanese rayon jersey. For misses 
playsuit. © Jan. 4, 1945; KK 29368. 

For little girls dress: 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar criss- 
crossed bands on a snug white bodice. © Jan. 2, 
1945; KK 29364. 

From Best's Liliputian bazaar. Hand smocking 
creates the snug bodice of this fine, printed lawn 
dress'. © Dec. 12, 1944; KK 29008. 

For misses coats: 

Town winner - warm Chesterfield. © Jan. 5, 
1945; KK 29373. 

Warm, lufurred town coats. © Jan. 3, 1945; 
KK 29366. 



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For misses nightgowns: 

Pretty nightgowns. Sweet dreams go with 
these. © Dec. 10, 1944; KK 29007. 

Pretty nigh^owns. The long and the short of 
it. © Dec. 13, 1944; KK 29010. 

Holiday fashions for young cosmopolitans. Young, 
pretty. For junior misses dresses. ® Dec. 15, 
1944; KK 29012. 

Holiday wools. Bright, becoming colors in fine 
sheer wools. For misses dresses. © Dec. 20, 
1944; KK 29141. 

Housecoat hit in holly berry red. For misses 
quilted robe. © Dec. 15, 1944; KK 29011. 

Lingerie set with fine hand work, pretty lace. 
For misses lingerie. © Dec. 15, 1944; KK 29266. 

Party dresses are as much fun as the party. For 
little girls dresses. © Dec. 15, 1944; KK 29013. 

Picture -pretty dance dresses, full skirted. For 
misses evening gowns. © Dec. 18, 1944; KK 29138. 

Snowsuit weather for- boys and girls. For boys 
& girls snowsuits. © Jan. 5, 1945; KK 29375. 

Softer, smart - the cardigan suit. For misses 
suit. © Jan. 5, 1945; KK 29370. 

Stovepipe cloche. For misses hat. © Jan. 4, 
1945; KK 29367. 

Suit -mates, wonderful wardrobe -fresheners with 
soft front interest. For misses blouses. © Jan. 5, 
1945; KK 29372. 

Sun fashions, '45, the prettiest yet. For misses 
bathing suit, dress suit, dresses, playsuit, sun 
dress. © Dec. 26, 1944; KK 29258. 

This girl's dress tells a color story. For girls 
dress. © Dec. 14, 1944; KK 29265. 

Thrill in her first long dress. For little girls 
gown. © Dec. 18, 1944; KK 29139. 

Two-piecer for young cosmopolitans. For junior 
misses two piece suit dress. © Jan. 5, 1945; KK 
29371. 

Winter -blooming prints, new and fresh-looking 
under furs. For misses print dresses. © Dec. 17, 
1944; KK 29137. 

Best foods, inc.. New York. 705 

Your shoes are showing! For shoe polish. © 
Dec. 17, 1944; KK 29093. 

Black (H. W.) Lakewood, O. 706 

Price list sweet native cherries. For cherries. 
© Aug. 1, 1944; KK 29095. 

Bon Ami co.. New York. 707-709 

For cleanser: 

Clean, yes, and what a polishi © Oct. 25, 
1944; KK 29454. 

In a minute the tub will be as shiny as you, 
darling! © Nov. 1, 1944; KK 29455. 

There's always housework, but why do it the 
hard way? © July 25, 1944; KK 29453. 

Bond electric corp. div. Western cartridge co. See 
Western cartridge co. Bond electric corp. div. 

Borden co.. New York. 710-723 

For dairy products: 

Amazing what a lady can do! ©Dec. 13, 1944; 
KK 29460. 

Daddy's writing congress. © Nov. 26, 1944; 
KK 29459. 

Double bill every week. © Oct. 24, 1944; KK 
29249. 

For homogenized milk: 

With cream all through and vitamin D. © 
Nov. 6, 1944; KK 29243. 



With vitamin D, I'm up to par. © Sept. 27, 
1944; KK 29237. 

For homogenized vitamin D milk: 

Children's milk is a wonderful way. © Nov. 
1, 1944; KK 29242. 

Children's milk is at the top. © Oct. 3, 1944; 
KK 29238. 

Children's milk is my delight. © Oct. 23, 
1944; KK 29241. 

Children's milk Is on the beam. © Oct. 16, 
1944; KK 29240. 

Keep feeling fit for school - and playt © 
Sept. 19, 1944; KK 29236. 
For malted milk: 

But, Elmer, laughed Elsie. © Dec. 1, 1944; 
KK 29276. 

Your father rushes me like a debutante. © 
Nov. 22, 1944; KK 29244. 

Happy Island Is the new Borden radio show. For 
dairy products - Borden radio show. © Sept. 8, 
1944; KK 29235. 

New, easy way to get vltamlnsi For milk. © 
Oct. 5, 1944; KK 29239. 

Botany distributors, Passaic, N. J. 724 

Botany lanolin. For cosmetics. © Oct. 24, 1944; 
KK 28990. 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N. J. 725-729 

Botany wrinkle-proof ties. For neckties. ©Dec. 
13, 1944; KK 29018. 

For fabrics, clothing, yarns & cosmetics: 

Botany goes on the blue network with Lisa 
Sergio. © Dec. 5, 1944; KK 29335. 

Botany rejuvenates its famous label. © Sept. 
12, 1944; KK 29294. 

Now Botany talks to your trade - by radio over 
189 Blue network stations. © Dec. 19, 1944; KK 
29336. 

This is the label that means no mark-downs. 
© Sept. 26, 1944; KK 29295. 

Brewing industry foundation, New York. 730-735 
For beer: 

From where I sit, no. 99. © Oct. 26, 1944 
KK 29296. 

From where I sit, no. 100. © Nov. 9, 1944 
KK 29297. 

From where I sit, no. 101. © Nov. 9, 1944 
KK 29298. 

From where I sit, no. 102. © Nov. 16, 1944 
KK 29299. 

From where I sit, no. 103. © Nov. 23, 1944 
KK 29300. 

From where I sit, no. 104. © Nov. 3, 1944 
KK 29301. 

Bridgeport brass co., Bridgeport, Conn. 736-740 
For copper base alloys: 

First of the fighting metals. © Oct. 2, 1944; 
KK 28934. 

Ideals in bronze. © Oct. 27, 1944; KK 28935. 

Immortality in bronze. © Aug. 3, 1944; KK 
28932. 

Metals of splendor. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 
28933. 

Sustainer of life. © Nov. 24, 1944;. KK 28936. 

Bussman mfg. co., St. Louis. 741-743 

Buss clear window plug fuses. For plub fuses. 

© Dec. 9, 1944; KK 28930. 

Buss fusetrons. For buss fusetrons. © Dec. 9, 

1944; KK 28929. 



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790 



Buss fustats. For buss fustats. © Dec. 9, 1944; 
KK 28931. 

Byrd (Kenneth S.) Upper Darby, Pa. 744 

Byrd merchandising scale. For merchandising 
scale. © Oct. 27, 1944; KK 29022. 

California fruit growers exchange, Los Angeles. 

745 
Taking cold? For lemons. © Nov. 15,1943; KK 
29253. 

Callaway mills, La Grange, Ga. 746-748 

For towels & rugs: 

Behind this Callaway. © Oct. 7, 1944; KK 
29290. 

Wreath of beauty, Callaway towels. © Nov. 
20, 1944; KK 29291. 

5 reasons why It's important. © Dec. 7, 
1944; KK 29292. 

Calvert distillers Corp., New York. 749 

For men of distinction. For whiskey. © Dec. 1, 
1944; KK 29127. 

Carbollneum wood preserving co., Milwaukee. 750 
Carbo Pete says Carbollneum is used by some- 
one everywhere. For. wood preservative. © Jan. 
3, 1945; KK 29327. 

Celanese corp. of America, New York. 751-753 

All the boys like Mary. For Celanese plastics. 

© Nov. 13, 1944; KK 29380. 

Celanese' fabric premieres. Autumn, 1944. For 

Celanese fabrics. © Dec. 22, 1944; KK 29382. 
Syhthetics, and your home of tomorrow. For 

Celanese textiles, plastics, chemicals. © Dec. 4, 

1944; KK 29381. 

Centllvre brewing corp.. Fort Wayne. 754 

You can't be sure. For beer & ale. © Aug. 25, 
1944; KK 28948. 

CMcago roller skate co., Chicago. 755 

Use cuts, get more businessi For cuts. © Jan. 
2, 1945; KK 29452. 

Chiropody supply headquarters, Chicago. 756 

It's here I Durable -flexible chlro-cork for ap- 
pliance therapy. For rubber & cork composition 
material for appliance therapy. © Nov. 16, 1944; 
KK 29004. 

Ciba pharmaceutical products, inc., Summit, N. J. 

757 
Heroes of the United States medical services. 
Dr. Benjamin Waterhouse. For pharmaceutical pro- 
ducts. © Dec. 9, 1944; KK 29218. 



^Cincinnati milling machine co., Cincinnati. 758, 759 
Cimcool dispensing reservoirs. For dispensing 
reservoirs. © Nov. 17, 1944; KK 28939. 

Cincinnati replaceable arbor supports for hori- 
zontal milling machines. For replaceable arbor 
supports. © Nov. 8, 1944; KK 28978. 

Clalrol, inc., Stamford, Conn. 760-778 

For bleach brilUantine: 

Clairolite briUantlna aclaradora. © Oct. 31, 
1944; KK 28262. 

Clairolite brilUantine lightener. © Nov. 30, 
1944; KK 29306. 



For hair tint: 

Baaaawl! I want gray hair too. © Sept. 1, 
1943; KK 29315. 

Beauty, taste and discrimination. © Dec. 1, 
1944; KK 29086. 

Clalrol, the original shampoo tint next to na- 
ture. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 29316. 

Do you dare to be honest about gray hair? © 
July 27, 1943; KK 29311. 

Evidence, gray hair, the verdict, oldl © June 

30, 1943; KK 29308. 

Give gray hair a happy ending! © Aug. 24, 
1943; KK 29313. 

Gray "hair does make you look older. © July 
16, 1943; KK 29309. 

Jilts gray hair I Marries old flame! © July 

31, 1943; KK 29312. 

Left out! (Because your hair is gray?) © 
June 11, 1944; KK 29305. 

Ousts gray halrt Gets promotion! © Aug. 27, 
1943; KK 29314. 

Quits gray hair! Gets job! © J\me 15, 1943; 
KK 29307. 

What do you think? She's as old as I am. © 
July 25, 1943; KK 29310. 
For shampoo tint: 

Application directions for instant Clalrol. © 
Nov. 1, 1944; KK 29085. 

Questions and answers about Instant Clalrol. 
© Apr. 28, 1944; KK 29081. 

Unpopular! Because your hair is gray? © 
May 19, 1944; KK 29093. 

It's easy to be younger looking. For shampoo 
tint & bleach brilUantine. © Oct. 16, 1944; KK 
29084. 

New, different personalized Clalrol color-accen- 
ting shampoo. For highlighting shampbo. '© May 
5, 1944; KK 29082. 

Clyffside brewing co., Cincinnati. 779 

Problem: Find the winning hand. For beer. © 
Dec. 7, 1944; KK 29019. 

Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 780-784 

For soft drink: 

Have a coca-cola, let's aU have fun. Youth 
center. © Dec. 5, 1944; KK 29346. 

Have a coca-cola, let's all have fun. Youth 
center. © Dec. 6, 1944; KK 29347, 

Have a coca-cola, so glad you're back. Ser- 
geant at globe. © Dec. 7, 1944; KK 29348. 

Have a coke, merry Christmas. © Dec. 12, 
1944; KK 29349. 

Have a coke, merry Christmas. © Dec. 13, 
1944; KK 29350. 

Cole of California, inc., Los Angeles. 785 

Girl with designs, LA-11. For black & white 
page ad, advertising swimsult. © Dec. 6, 1944; KK 
29337. 

Columbia pictures corp., New York. 786-790 

For stills, posters, window cards, lobby display 
cards, slides & mats: 

Dancing In Manhattan. © Dec. 5, 1944; KK 
28976. 

Missing juror. © Oct. 25, 1944; KK 29051. 

Saddle leather law. © Nov. 22, 1944; KK 
28974. 

Sergeant Mike. © Oct. 17, 1944; KK 28992. 

Tahiti nights. © Nov. 30, 1944; KK 28975. 



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Complete refrigerator supply co., New York. 

791, 792 
For refrigerators: 

CRSCO freezer. © July 19, 1944; KK 29198. 
Pinocchlo freezer. © July 5, 1944; KK 29197. 

Conklin pen CO., Chicago. 793 

Names that endure, Thomas A. Edison, wizard 
of Menlo Park, Conklin, the pen that endures for 
generations. For fountain pens. © Jan. 14, 1945; 
KK 29419. 

Continental music co.. Inc., Chicago. 794 

Every member of the family wants a song flute. 

For musical Instrument. © Oct. 2, 1944; KK 28955. 

Corning glass works. Corning, N. Y. 795 

It's the day before Christmas. For household 
glassware. © Dec. 10, 1944; KK 29014. 

Coty, Inc., New York. 796, 797 

For perfume: 

L almant, the magnet. © Dec. 4, 1944; KK 
28946. 

Fragrance that carries the heart away. © 
Dec. 7, 1944; KK 28947. 

Cresta Blanca wine co.. Inc., Los Angeles. 

798, 799 
For beverage: 

Cresta Blanca, one taste Is worth a thousand 
pictures. © Sept. 17, 1944; KK 29203. 

Cresta Blanca, the crest of quality. © Sept. 
10, 1944; KK 29202. 

Cusack coffee co., Los Angeles. 800 

Froz-n coff-e. For frozen coffee. © Sept. 24, 
1944; KK 29126. 

Dacar chemical products co., Pittsburgh. 801-804 

Calcorene rust go. For water treatment for hot 
& cold systems. © Dec. 2, 1944; KK 29412. 

l)acar grease solvent. For degreaslng metals. 
© July 29, 1944; KK 29413. 

Dacar maglsol L.S. The triple action liquid 
break. For laundry soap liquid. © July 29, 1944; 
KK 29428. 

Proven facts about Dacarol fuel oil treatment. 
For fuel oil treatment product. © July 29, 1944; 
KK 29416. 

Daprato statuary co., Chicago. 80S 

Keynote In color. For stained glass windows. 
© Nov. 28, 1944; KK 29101. 

Day-brite lighting, inc., St. Louis. 806 

Bulletin F-84. For fixtures for fluorescent 
lamps. © Nov. 30, 1944; KK 29230. 

Detroit Industrial products co., Detroit. 807 

Garage -man light Is designed for automotive 
service stations. For portable shop light. © Dec. 
9, 1944; KK 28987. 

Detroit steel corp. Reliance steel dlv., Detroit. 

808 

Introducing Dependable Dan, our customers' man. 

For strip & sheet steel. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 29427. 

Dick (A. B.) CO., Chicago. 809-818 

For stencil duplicators & supplies: 

Good clean copies, easy on young eyes. © 
Nov. 25, 1944; KK 29109. 



How to plan and publish your annual report. 
© Nov. 1, 1944; KK 29105. 

Look at that detail. © Oct. 15, 1944; KK 29426. 

Making that first job a good job. © Nov. 1, 
1944; KK 29328. 

Message from ship to shore. © Nov. 1, 1944; 
KK 29106. 

Now is the time to buy an extra war bond. © 
Nov. 20, 1944; KK 29108. 

Now Is the time to make sure. © Oct. 25, 
1944; KK 29104. 

Now Is the time to remind you mimeograph 
duplicators are made. © Dec. 18, 1944; KK 29304. 

Offensive. © Oct. 1, 1944; KK 28954. 

See what mimeograph can do for your pro- 
duction controls. © Nov. 11, 1944; KK 29107. 

Dlsnaflx co., Paterson. 819 

You'll see more of them tomorrow. For house 
slippers. © Nov. 20, 1944; KK 28938. 

Doho chemical Corp., New York. 820 

Timely I A new and potent chemotherapeutlc 
preparation. For medicinal preparation. © Dec. 
29, 1944; KK 29418. 

Drackett co., Cincinnati. ' 821 

What should a female write In V-mall? For 
liquid to 'clean window panes. © Oct. 20, 1944; KK 
29040. 

Dubonnet Corp., New York. 822-825 

For beverage: 

It's smart to say - I'll take Dubonnet. ©Sept. 
29, 1944; KK 29204. 

It's smart to say - I'll take Dubonnet. © 
Sept. 29, 1944; KK 29205. 

It's smart to say - I'll take Dubonnet. © Oct, 
31, 1944; KK 2^207. 

It's smart (o say - I'll take Dubonnet. Chill 
it. © Oct. 18, 1944; KK 29206. 

DuMont (Allen B.) laboratories. Inc., New York, 
Passaic, N. J. 826-830 

ABD of television. For electronic equipment. 

© Nov. 15, 1944; KK 28991. 

For electronic equipment & television: 

DuMont. A name to watch In television. © 

Dec. 29, 1944; KK 29458. 

How fast Is an explosion? © Sept. 18, X943; 

KK 29338. 

Gift of television. For electronic & television 

equipment. © Dec. 17, 1944; KK 29214. 

Practical comparison of case depth in produc- 
tion, with the DuMont cyclograph. For cyclographs. 

© Dec. 1, 1944; KK 29217. 

Durham mfg. co., Muncle, Ind. 831, 832 

For metal furniture: 

There will come a Christmas. © Dec. 11, 
1944; KK 29102. 

You can be swinging on a star! © Dec. 25, 
1944; KK 29334. 



Duro test corp.. North Bergen, N. J. 833, 834 

Duro test, America's best lamp. For electric 

lamps. © Dec. 10, 1944; KK 29116. 

Here's how Duro test lamps save you time and 

money. For electric light lamps. © Jan. 10, 1944; 

KK 29115. 



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Electric boat co., New York. 835-837 

Barge busters I For electric motors, submarines, 
motor torpedo boats. © Nov. 4, 1944; KK 29088. 

Honor the PT man. For electric motors, sub- 
marines, PT boats. © Nov. 25, 1944; KK 29089. 

Mission accomplished! For electric motors, 
submarines, PT boats. © Oct. 21, 1944; KK 29087. 

Esso, Inc., New York. 838 

Naturally, I don't know when the war will end. 

For petroleum products. © Oct. 4, 1943; KK 29090. 

Ethyl Corp., New York. 839 

It seems there was a sailor. For gasoline. © 
Sept. 29, 1944; KK 29317. 

Eversharp, Inc., Chicago. 840 

Answer to your $64 question Is right Inside this 
circle! For fountain pen & pencil. © Nov. 29, 1944; 
KK 29031. 

* 
Fairbanks, Morse & co., Chicago. 841 

Opposed-piston Diesel a major locomotive ad- 
vantage. For Diesel engines. © Oct. 28, 1944; KK 
29080. 

Flltros, Inc., East Rochester, N. Y. 842 

Can Flltros help you solve problems In filtra- 
tion, aeration, agitation, diffusion. For Flltros 
porous mineral medium. © Nov. 27, 1944; KK 
29096. 

Firestone tire & rubber co., Akron, O. 843 

Tractor tire of tomorrow Is here today! For 
tractor tires. © Aug. 1, 1943; KK 29220. 

Flelschmann distilling Corp., New York. 844, 845 
For rum: 

Add 125 years to your next hot buttered rum. 
© Nov. 7, 1944; KK 29034. 

Put 125 years In your next hot buttered rum. 
© Nov. 9, 1944; KK 29035. 

Flower city specialty co., Rochester, N. Y. 

846, 847 
For coin card: 

Easter call. © Dec. 7, 1944; KK 29076. 
Offering card. © Dec. 7, 1944; KK 29075. 

Fox head Waukesha corp., Waukesha, Wis. 848 

400 beer brewed with Waukesha water. For beer. 
© Sept. 20, 1944; KK 28951. 

Gaines food co., Inc., New York. 849, 850 

For dog food: 

Used by U. S. army. © Nov. 28, 1943; KK 
29199. 

Well-fed pup Is more funi © Nov. 30, 1943; 
KK 29200. 

Gartner & Bender, Inc., Chicago. 851 

This week we reaffirm an age-old faith. For 
greeting cards. © Dec. 27, 1943; KK 29030. 

Gearing (Charles Albert) Bellwood, Ul. 852 

Dear Reverend Pastor. Universal Christian 
flag. For church flags L banners. © Oct. 27, 1944; 
KK 29226. 

Gemsco, Inc., New York., 853 

Certified quality gold laces and chin straps. For 
gold laces & chin straps. © Dec. 11, 1944; KK 
29054. 



General electric co., Schenectady, N. Y. 854-858 
For arc welders: 

Diesel driven G-E arc welder, GEA-3588A. 
© Oct. 30, 1944; KK 29267. 

Engine-driven G-E arc welder, GEA-3586 B. 
© Nov. 11, 1944; KK 29268. 
For welding equipment: 

Engine-driven G-E arc welder, 300-ampere 
size with self-starter, GEA-3587-B. © Nov. 20, 
1944; KK 29429. 

Engine -driven G-E arc welder, 400-ampere 
size with self-starter, GEA-35890. © Nov. 28, 
1944; KK 29388. 

GE arc welding electrodes and equipment. © 
Dec. 1, 1944; KK 29379. 

General electric co. See also American locomo- 
tive CO. 

General foods corp., New York. 859 

No wonder Snlder's chill sauce tastes so dif- 
ferent! For chill sauce. © Jan. 5, 1945; KK 29411. 

Glberson (E. D.) & co., Inc., Maspeth, L. I., N. Y. 

860 
Net price list. Boiler tubes. For boiler tubes. 
© Dec. 20, 1944; KK 29228. 

Glenmore distilleries co.,1nc., Louisville. 861 

Kentucky's finest bourbon makes America's 
finest eggnog. For whiskey. © Dec. 3, 1943; KK 
29339. 

Granat bros., San Francisco. 862 

Granat diamonds to glorify a joyous Christmas. 
For diamond rings. © Dec. 19, 1944; KK 29461. 

Gray (Dorothy) ltd.. New York. 863-865 

For cosmetics: 

Annual half-price sale offering what nearly 
every woman wants! © Jan. 9, 1945; KK 29511. 

Dorothy Gray special dry-skin mixture. © 
Jan. 2, 1945; KK 29512. 

Lady In the dark perfume for Christmas. © 
Dec. 1, 1944; KK 28980. 

Great Atlantic & Pacific tea co., New York. 

866-871 

Because you get less sunshine In winter you need 
more vitamin D. For evaporated milk. © Nov. 10, 
1944; KK 29329. 

Custom grinding - one feature of coffee that's 5 
ways better! For coffee. © Nov. 10, 1944; KK 
29330. 

For groceries: 

For holiday quality at everyday prices it pays 
to choose Ann Page foods. © Nov. 10, 1944; KK 
29332. 

It pays to choose Ann Page foods. © Nov. 20, 
1944; KK 29333. 

Looks good, tastes even better! Jane Parker 
fruit cake. For fruit cake. © Nov. 10, 1944; KK 
29331. 

Open secret for washday success! Use the right 
soap for each task! For soap products. © Nov. 10, 
1944; KK 29390. 

Gruen watch co., Cincinnati. 872-874 

For watches: 

Can style and precision be married Inawatch? 
© Oct. 4, 1944; KK 29456. 

Let's go back to October 1st, 1874, at 7 A.M.I 
© Oct. 4, 1944; KK 29457. 



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Unforgetable advertisement highlights, Gruen 
Christmas promotion. © Oct. 30, 1944; KK 29352. 

Hanley 0ames) co., Providence. 875, 876 

For ale: 

Hanley's of New England. © Dec. 28, 1944; 
KK 292^9. 

Why take chances? © Dec. 19, 1944; KK 
29114. 

Heirloom needlework guild, inc.. New York. 

877, 878 
For crocheting supplies & material: 

Hiawatha corde hats and bags. © Nov. 8, 
1944; KK 29358. 

Versatile corde handl-bag. © Dec. 4, 1944; 
KK 29359. 

Hercules powder co., inc., Wilmington, Del. 879 
Synthetic success. For chemicals. © Dec. 21, 
1944; KK 29213. 

Holmes & Edwards div. International silver co. 
See International silver co. Holmes & Edwards 
div. 

Imperial paper & color Corp., Glen Falls, N. Y. 

880-883 
For wall paper: 

Best in 5 ways for brighter homes. © Aug. 
20, 1943; KK 29261. 

Now, as always, the best buy for your home! 
© Aug. 20, 1944; KK 29263. 

You can still give your home a new wardrobe. 
© Aug. 25, 1944; KK 29264. 

5 reasons why Imperial is today's best buy. 
© Aug. 25, 1943; KK 29262. 

International silver co. Holmes & Edwards div.. 
New York. 884 

That's very good Smith. For sterling inlaid 

silverplate. © Dec. 14, 1944; KK 29255. 

International telephone & telegraph co., New York. 

885 
I'm your messenger of good will and trade! For 
cables. © Dec. 7, 1944; KK 29032. 

Jacoby (Henry E.) New York. 886 

Modern filtration. For filter paper. © Nov. 15, 
1944; KK 29128. 

Jones & Laughlin steel Corp., Pittsburgh. 887 

Tough steels for tough jobs. For steel. © Jan. 
8, 1945; KK 29425. 

Ju-c-orange of America, Lebanon, Pa. 888 

Pennsylvania Dutch birch beer. For carbonated 
beverage. © Mar. 29, 1944; KK 28965. 

Kaywoodle co.. New York. 889-893 

For pipe: 

Home. City family and neighbors. © Nov. 
15, 1944; KK 29323. 

Home. Raking leaves. © Dec. 6, 1944; KK 
29324. 

Home. Sunday afternoon on the farm. © Oct. 
4, 1944; KK 29321. 

Home. Talking it over. © Oct. 25, 1944; KK 
29322. 

Home. When day's work is done. © Dec. 20, 
1944; KK 29325. 



Keuffel & Esser co., Hoboken, N. J. 894 

K & E T-squares. For T-squares. © Dec. 27, 
1944; KK 29389. 

Kips Bay brewing co., Inc., New York. 895, 896 

For beer & ale: 

At the best taps In town. © Dec. 11, 1944; 
KK 28988. 

None can compare. © Nov. 27, 1944; KK 
29196. 

Kraft cheese co., Chicago. 897-899 

For cheese: 

You can depend In Kraft quality. © Oct. 18, 
1944; KK 29066. 

You can depend on Kraft quality. © Oct. 27, 
1944; KK 29067. 

You can depend on Kraft quality. © Nov. 26, 
1944; KK 29068. 

Lantz mfg. co., Valparaiso, Ind. 900 

Better moldboard plowing - the Lantz Kutter- 
kolter. For plow attachment. © Dec. 11, 1944; KK 
29260. 

Lawler automatic controls, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 901 
Lawler type S steam valve selector. For ther- 
mostatic control valve. © Sept. 30, 1944; KK 29515. 

Lehn & Fink products Corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

902-912 
For cosmetics: 

Handy advice by Arlene Francis. Tomorrow's 
heart-breakers. © Jan. 5, 1945; KK 29385. 

'Round the town it's Tussy, skating In the 
park. © Jan. 2, 1945; KK 29279. 

Thousands of hands tune In Hinds Blind date. 
© Nov. 7, 1944; KK 28979. 
For disinfectant: 

Be prepared, there's a doctor shortage. © 
Jan. 4, 1945; KK 29434. 

Everyday tragedy. © Sept. 25, 1944; KK 
29016. 

Lost: One husband's heart. © Aug. 7, 1944; 
KK 29015. 

Orchid from the doctor. © Aug. 14, 1944; KK 
29077. 

Practical plan. © Dec. 4, 1944; KK 29420. 

She spelled marriage - mirage. © Sept. 11, 
1944; KK 29078. 

What a sourball I married! © Dec. 12, 1944; 
KK 29017. 

Young mother speaks. © Dec. 11, 1944; KK 
28949. 

Lentherlc, Inc., New York. 913 

Your rocket to success. For cosmetics. © Dec. 
1, 19'44; KK 2C275. 

Lew's pants stores, inc., New York. 914 

Lew's draped peg pants. For pants. © Oct. 25, 
1944; KK 29223. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co.. New York. 915-922 
For cigarettes: 

Both far and near to all, good cheer. © Dec. 
10, 1944; KK 28973. 

Tank Santa. © Dec. 21, 1944; KK 29233. 

Tardy Soule. © Jan. 4, 1945; KK 29421, 

Tilly's swains. © Dec. 14, 1944; KK 29079. 

Time Is now. © Jan. 3, 1945; KK 29422. 

Tip-off Stetson. © Dec. 7, 1944; KK 28972. 



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To all both far and near. © Dec. 22, 1944; 
KK 29232. 

Trapeze Searles. © Dec. 28, 1944; KK 29423. 

Lipton (Thomas J.) Inc., Hoboken, N. J. 923, 924 
For Lipton tea: 

Lipton's brisk flavor Is superbl © July 17, 
1944; KK 29038. 

You'll love that brisk Lipton flavorl © Aug. 
14, 1944; KK 29039. 

Lukens steel co., Coatesville, Pa. 925 

Lukens steel plate weight calculator [and] Lukens 
steel plate size selector. For steel plates. © Oct. 
20, 1944; KK 28960. 

McGraw electric co. Toastmaster products div., 
Elgin, 111. 926 

There's bound to be a rush! For electric auto- 
matic toasters. © Oct. 5, 1944; KK 29201. 

MacPherson refining co., Van Dyke, Mich. 927 

MaePherson builds good roads. For asphalt. © 
Dec. 7, 1944; KK 29029. 

Mader (M. H.) Los Angeles. 928 

We all build with allba. For building blocks. © 
Nov. 22, 1944; KK 29195. 

Magnolia petroleum co.^ Dallas. 929 

Question - What does winterproof service mean? 
For Mobllgas, Mobiloil, Mobilgrease. © Dec. 11, 
1944; KK 28986. 

Mendex Corp., Cleveland. 930 

How to mend witheazy-mend. For thermoplastic 
mending material. © Nov. 10, 1944; KK 29052. 

Millers Falls co., Greenfield, Mass. 931 

[Hack saw chart] For hacksaws, hack saw blades 
& tensiometers. © Oct. 4, 1944; KK 29248. 

Minnesota mining & mfg. co., St. Paul. 932, 933 
For Scotch cellulose tape: 

Courage, sister, Scotch tape will fix it, soon! 
© Dec. 9, 1944; KK 29231. 

Patience, lady, Scotch tape will fix It, sooni 
© Nov. 3, 1944; KK 29250. 

Mlra products, inc.. New York. 934 

Mira-curl. For permanent wave lotions. © Dec. 
23, 1944; KK 29216. 

National alroU burner co.. Inc., Philadelphia. 935 
New improved multiple hood nalroil combustion 
chamber. For new Improved nalroil combustion 
chamber. © Dec. 23, 1-944; KK 29350. 

National coimcil for the promotion of Father's day, 
inc.. New York. 936 

Official 1944 Father's day poster. For Father's 

day display sets, posters, badges, price cards. © 

Mar. 10, 1944; KK 29151. 

National cylinder gas co., Chicago. 937-943 

For profits and savings, it's HoUup AC arc wel- 
ders. For arc welder*. © Nov. 14, 1944; KK 29439. 
HoUup shortstub. For electrode holder. © Oct. 
18, 1944; KK 29443. 

National manifold price list. For manifolds. © 
Nov. 2, 1944; KK 29442. 



Operating instructions for type TW-A torchweld 
stationary acetylene generator. For acetylene gene- 
rator. © July 14, 1944; KK 29444. 

Rego machine cut,ting torches. For cutting 
torch. © Dec. 9, 1944j KK 29441. 

Rego regulators for precision gas pressures. 
For regulator. © Dec. 1, 1944; KK 29440. 

Save gas I Time! Labor! With rego economizer. 
For economizer. © Dec. 27, 1944; KK 29438. 

National distillers products corp.. New York. 

944-946 
For whiskey: 

Joy of giving. © Dec. 16, 1944; KK 29092. 

More years In the wood show up In the glass. 
© Oct. 28, 1943; KK 29259. 

Opening of an opera season Is to lovers of 
good music what the opening of a bottle of Mount 
Vernon Is to connoisseurs of good whiskey. © Nov. 
18, 1944; KK 29091. 

National voice library, Hollywood, Calif. 947 

World famous voices. For records. © Dec. 1, 
1944; KK 29446. 

Nehl Corp., Columbus, Ga. 948-950 

For beverage: 

Adventures of R. C. and Quickie. Capturing 
the counterfeiters. © Nov. 20, 1944; KK 29210. 

Adventures of R. C. and Quickie. Escape 
from two-way death, © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 29208. 

Adventures of R. C. and Quickie. Outsmarting 
a saboteur! © Aug. 2, 1944; KK 29209. 

Newman (Alex H.) Tacoma. 951 

Newman proportion & reduction scale. For cal- 
culating device. © Dec. 1, 1944; KK 29395. 

Newton (Philip) New York. 952 

Agavan, the essence of an Aztec herb. For 
medical product. © July 6, 1944; KK 29354. 

Nordberg mfg. co., Milwaukee. 953 

161 coastal vessels propelled with Nordberg 
Diesel engines. For marine Diesel engines. © 
Dec. 4, 1944; KK 29005. 

Northwestern yeast co., Chicago. 954 

Yes, ma'am! You too, can bake with success 

insurance. For yeast. © Dec. 4, 1944; KK 28941. 

Oneida, ltd., Oneida, N. Y. 955 

Back home for keeps. There comes spring. For 
silverware. © Nov. 17, 1944; KK 29318. 

Oregon-Washington-California pear bureau. Hood 
River, Or. 956 

Tasty treats with pears. For fruit. © Dec. 1, 

1944; KK 29028. 

Pabst brewing co., Milwaukee. 957-967 

For beer: 

At heart, I'm a peace-lovin' man. Said O'- 
Reilly. © July 11, 1944; KK 29123. 

Aunt Sue remains true. © July 30, 1943; KK 
29464. 

Call it sheer luck. © Oct. 6, 1944; KK 29469. 

Handy guide to the wrong way to travel. © 
Aug. 24, 1944; KK 29467. 

It's like keepin' your fingers crossed. © July 
1, 1944; KK 29466. 

No, sir - not 'till you promise. © Dec. 25, 
1944; KK 29471. 



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Pabst primer. Stories with a moral. © Mar. 

1, 1944; KK 29465. 

Six days, sire, across the desert. © Aug. 
25, 1944; KK 29468. 

So they offered me four jeeps. © Oct. 25, 
1944; KK 29470. 

This big rim on Pabst Blue Ribbon has me 
tap-happyf © Apr. 26, 1943; KK 29462. 

We take pleasure in announcing. © June 29, 
1943; KK 29463. 

Parker pen co., JanesviUe, Wis. 968-971 

Egad- -his pen has let him down. For fountain 
pen ink. © Oct. 25, 1944; KK 29072. 
For fountain pen: 

So fine, so few, Parker 51 often has a waiting 
list. © Oct. 11, 1944; KK 29071. 

So many need the Parker 51, some may have 
to wait. © Nov. 3, 1944; KK 29073. 

To the fortunate few who will receive Parker 
5l's this Christmas. © Nov. 24, 1944; KK 29074. 

Pepsi-cola co.. Long Island City, N. Y. 972 

Pepsi, the Pepsi-cola cop. Pepsi and the ghosts. 

For bottled beverage. © Nov. 26, 1944; KK 29251. 

Permutit co., New York. 973, 974 

Now he can drink sea water and live. For sea 

water desalting kit. © Dec. 11, 1944; KK 29219. 
Permutit spiractor. For water softener. © Jan. 

2, 1945; KK 29424. 

Pessl (Helene) inc.. New York. 975 

Little lady. For cosmetics. © Oct.. 20, 1944; 
KK 29415. 

Piel bros., Brooklyn. 976 

Star light, star bright on Broadwayl For beer. 
© Nov. 26, 1944; KK 29246. 

Pierce-Rejmolds co., Detroit. 977 

Scotchman hold-tite hanger. For garment han- 
gers. © Dec. 13, 1944; KK 29270. 



Pillsbury flour mills co., Minneapolis. 978-984 

For flour: 

And listen, you eat it all. © Aug. 23, 1944; 
KK 29146. 

Delicious muffin with a mission. © July 1, 
1944; KK 29142. 

Light that shines through the night. © Sept. 
23, 1944; KK 29148. 

So help me. © July 19, 1944; KK 29144. 

These are the guaranteed baking beauties that 
make the appetites sing. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 29147. 

This easy-eating muffin is protein-packed. © 
July 1, 1944; KK 29143. 

75th anniversary. © July 30, 1944; KK 29145. 

Pillsbury mills, inc., Minneapolis. 985-987 

Into the uncharted future, out of the pioneer past. 

For flour advertising. © Dec. 2, 1944; KK 29474. 
Of such pioneering is America made. For flour. 

© Oct. 18, 1944; KK 29149. 

Pillsbury sno sheen cake flour. For cake flour. 

© Nov. 21, 1944; KK 29475. 

Pittsburgh plate glass co., Pittsburgh. 988, 989 

For glass products: 

Design of the month, v. 8, no. 7, Nov., 1944. 
© Dec. 26, 1944; KK 29436. 



Twindow, the new Pittsburgh insulating unit 
for built-in, insulated window areas. © Dec. 29, 
1944; KK 29437. 

Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 990, 991 

Not a baby, not twins, but hand-beauty triplets I 

for lotion cream for hands. © Dec. 14, 1944; KK 

29215. 

Right out of the blue for the chapping season - 

hand-beauty triplets. For hand cream. © Dec. 20, 

1944; KK 29320. 

Ramsey accessories mfg. corp., St. Louis. 

992, 993 
For piston rings: 

Do the job rightl © Dec. 8, 1944; KK 29356. 
Ramco re-powering means 10 up. © Dec. 8, 
1944; KK 29357. 

Rapid marbleizing service, Edwardsville, 111. 994 
Colorful imitation marble statuary and archi- 
tectural castings in artificial stone. For book of 
instructions on molding. © Dec. 20, 1944; KK 
29431. 

Reliance steel div. Detroit steel corp. See De- 
troit steel corp. Reliance steel div. 

Roger & Gallet, New York. 995 

Smartly-styled new compact. For cosmetic, 
compact. © Dec. 1, 1944; KK 29043. 

Rothmoor corp. , Chicago. 996-1001 

For ladies coats: 

For these thrifty days. © Aug. 15, 1943; KK 
28968. 

Just when you need more of the enduring 
quality. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 28970. 

Save with fine quality. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 
28969. 

For ladies' coats & suits: 

Depend on Rothmoor coats and suits to give 
you quality. © Nov. 1, 1943; KK 28971. 

Quality and style are obsessions with Roth- 
moor. © Aug. 4, 1943; KK 28967. 

You have always hoped you'd look the way you 
will in a coat or suit by Rothmoor. © Dec. 25, 1944; 
KK 29432. 

Ruppert (Jacob) brewery. New York. 1002 

Make mine Ruppert. For beer & ale. © Oct. 1, 
1943; KK 29449. 

Russel (Philip S.) Detroit. 1003 

Flash-o-meter. For instrument for computing 
flash exposure. © Nov. 16, 1944; KK 28957. 

St. Regis restaurant Corp., New Orleans. 1004 

Shrimp in shorts. For lunches including shrimp 
& cooked shrimp, potatoes & bread. © Nov. 21, 
1944; KK 29378. 

Sealed power corp., Jifuskegon, Mich. 1005 

Rough treatment, but how about your car? For 
piston rings. © Dec. 27, 1944; KK 29277. 

Season skipper corp., Chicago. 1006 

One and only Season skipper. Two complete 
coats in one. For ladies' coats. © Dec. 27, 1944; 
KK 29435. 



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Seven-up co., St. Louis. 1007-1009 

For soft drink: 

Fresh up, for your big occasions I © Oct. 31, 
1944; KK 29065. 

Fresh up. It likes youl © Sept. 19, 1944; KK 
29063. 

Fresh up, that's what you getl © Oct. 3, 1944; 
KK 29064. 

Shell oil CO., inc.. New York. 1010 

Future to share. For petroleum oil. © Aug. 
28, 1944; KK 29303. 

Singer mfg. co., Elizabethport, N. J. 1011 

To help you train tomorrow's homemakers. For 
notions, Singer sewing guides. © Oct. 25, 1944; KK 
28952. 

Skol CO., inc.. New York. 1012 

Fighting for you. For sunburn lotion. © Aug. 
6, 1944; KK 29302. 



Sperti, inc., Cincinnati. 

Unforgettable gift of science. 
© Dec. 1, 1944; KK 29257. 



1013 
For cosmetics. 



1014-1019 



Standard oil co., Chicago. 
For gasoline & motor oil: 

... And was I surprisedl -© Oct. 5, 1944; KK 
29021. 

Have us protect your car with a 4th war-win- 
ter 10 star tune-up. © Oct. 26, 1944; KK 29033. 

That reminds me, George, we'd better have 
our Standard oil man give the car a winter tune -up 
too. Car troubles loom in 4th war-winter. © Nov. 
7, 1944; KK 28962. 

That reminds me, George, we'd better have 
our Standard oil man give the car its regular 60- 
day oil change. 4th war -winter to be tough on cars! 
© Dec. 4, 1944; KK 28964. 

You bring myfur coat right back here, George I 
The car will start all right, I just put in Iso-vis. 
4th war winter to harm many motors! © Nov. 29, 
1944; KK 28963. 

4th war -winter ahead - cars beware I © Sept. 
27, 1944; KK 29020. 

Studebaker Corp., South Bend, Ind. 1020 

Good thing our truck's in shape, boys. For air- 
plane engines, military trucks & weasels. © Dec. 
18, 1944; KK 29289. 

Sturtevant (P. A.) co., Addison, 111. 1021 

Reflex torque control. For torque wrench. © 
Nov. 4, 1944; KK 28966. 

Swift & CO., Chicago. 1022, 1023 

Delicate natural flavor. You'll prefer this kind, 
tool For oleomargarine. © Oct. 15, 1944; KK 
29061. 

Never clings to the roof of your moutht For pea- 
nut butter. © Nov. 9, 1944; KK 29062. 

Texas pre -fabricated housing co., Dallas. 1024 

Step-by-step erection instructions for the Texas 
pre-fab. V-40 hangar. For pre -fabricated airplane 
hangars. © Nov. 15, 1944; KK 29103. 

Ticonium, Albany. 1025, 1026 

For dental alloy: 

Chart detailing the duties and qualifications 
of an efficient dental assistant. © Dec. 2, 1944; KK 
28953. 



Practice management. © Dec. 16, 1944; KK 
29221. 

Toastmaster products div. McG raw electric co. See 
McGraw electric co. Toastmaster products div. 

Tremco mfg. co., Cleveland. 1027 

Protects the permanence of memorials, monu- 
ments, mausoleums. For caulking compoimd. © 
Dec. 1, 1944; KK 29098. 

Triple cushion Corp., Chicago. 1028 

How to sell more bedding. For Triple cushion 
mattresses. © Nov.-27, 1944; KK 29125. 

Tru-ade, Inc., Chicago. 1029 

Better beverage. For soft drink. © Oct. 15, 
1943; KK 29448. 

Twin cities apparel industries, Minneapolis. 1030 
This label, too means customer* confidence for 
youl For heavy outer apparel. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 
29355. 

Universal match Corp., St. Louis. 1031, 1032 

For matches: 

Picture of a< match: Eskimo style. © Aug. 
15, 1944; KK 29094. 

Picture of a match: Eiekimo style. © Aug. 
15, 1944; KK 29110. 

Vlck chemical co., New York. 1033 

Over 94 million Vicks packages used yearly. 
For pharmaceutical & medicinal products. © Nov. 
29, 1943; KK 29293. 

Volupte, inc., New York. 1034 

Volupte reflects the prettiest faces. For com- 
pact. © Oct. 1, 1944; KK 29036. 

Weco products co., Chicago. 1035, 1036 

For toothbrush: 

Brighter teeth, better health, get the extra 
protection. © Oct. 26, 1944; KK 29069. 

For healthful beauty, teeth need, the extra 
protection. © Nov. 15, 1944; KK 29070. 

Wembley, Inc., New Orleans. 1037 

Quality far beyond the price. For necktie. © 
Dec. 21, 1944; KK 29516. 

Western cartridge co. Bond electric corp. div., 
New Haven. 1038, 1039 

For flashlight batteries: 

Month after month millions of these Bond 
messages. © Nov. 25, 1944; KK 29345. 

When it's mid-day in Delhi, it's flashlight 
time in America. © Oct. 20, 1944; KK 29344. 

Western cartridge co. Winchester repeating arms 
CO. div.. New Haven. 1040-1043 

For ammunition: 

Watch htmters, wise in the ways of the bob- 
white. © Nov. 1, 1944; KK 29341. 

Whenever a customer asks your recommen- 
dation on a pheasant-load. © Nov. 5, 1944; KK 
29342. 

For flashlight batteries: 

Today these key words, read by millions of 
consumers. © Nov. 1, 1944; KK 29340. 

Winchester batteries' bullet -fast light cutsthe 
Inkiest darkness. © Dec. 6, 1944; KK 29343. 



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Weston electrical instrument Corp., Newark, N. J. 

1044 
Weston dial, v. 5, no. 6, Dec, 1944. For expo- 
sure meters. © Dec. 21, 1944; KK 29117. 

White (O. C.) CO., Worcester. 1045 

You need below eye -level lighting. For adjust- 
able lighting fixtures. © Dec. 5, 1944; KK 29097. 



Wholesale radio laboratories, Coimcil Bluffs, la. 

1046 
W. R. L. tube base calculator. For radio tubes. 
© July 29, 1944; KK 29514. 



Winchester repeating arms co. dlv. Western cart- 
ridge CO. See Western cartridge co. Winches- 
ter repeating arms co. dlv. 



Yung & Mueller bakery co., St. Louis. 1047 

Hellot I'm Little Pieface. For pies. © Dec. 
16, 1944; KK 29319. 

Zenith radio Corp., Chicago. 1048-1054 

For hearing aid: 

Are you known by everyone in your community 
as a dispenser of Zenith radlonlc hearing aids? 
HA-4576. © Oct. 26, 1944; KK 29055. 

First anniversary of the Zenith radlonlc hear- 
ing aid. © Nov. 7, 1944; KK 29056. 

Give a Zenith hearing aid with the new look 
of youth. © Nov. 29, 1944; KK 28942. 

Only the new Zenith. © Dec. 2, 1944; KK 
28940. 

Tle-ln with Christmas, HA -4614. © Nov. 13, 
1944; KK 29057. 

3 new models of the Zenith radlonlc hearing 
aid, HA-4643. © Nov. 27, 1944; KK 29058. 

Keep your eye on Zenith for the best In radio. 
For radio. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 29363. 



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408 



% 



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[1054 



Singer mig. co. 1 

Hexagon sewing machine. For sewing machine. 
© Singer mfg. co., Elizabeth, N. J. RR 131, Jan. 18, 
1945. 



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Agency paper co., New York. 1055, 1056 

Sky-lane rides the rainbow. Por lightweight 

correspondence paper & envelope. © Dec. 27, 

1944; KK 29451. 

Sky-rite aerloom paper and envelopes. For 

writing paper & envelopes. © Nov. 4, 1944; KK 

28944. 

Animaker co., Chicago. 1057 

Animakers. For set of toy building blocks. © 
Sept. 2, 1944; KK 29037. 

Arlington laboratories, Arlington, N. J. 1058, 1059 
Navitan. For sunburn lotion. © Nov. 21, 1944; 

KK 29047. 

Trycotone foot powder. For foot powder. ©Nov. 

21, 1944; KK 28943. 

Arms (LelandJ.) San Francisco. 1060,1061 

Audible autograph. For sound recordings of 

books & other literary & musical compositions. © 

Dec. 1, 1944; KK 28928. 

Vocal autograph. For sound recordings of music 

& literary compositions. © Dec. 1, 1944; KK 

28927. 

Bastien co., Minneapolis. 1062 

K. P. solvent. For cleanser. © Dec. 27, 1944; 
KK 29288. 

Baum (L. L.) Oklahoma City. 1063 

Rite 'em, cowboy. For stationery. © Nov. 16, 
1944; KK 28945. 

Bergmann (Charles), d. b. a. Rotation game co., 
Bloomfield, N. }. 1064 

Play Rotation rummy. For game. © Aug. 10, 

1944; KK 29124. 

Blake (Terry) & co., New York. 1065 

Terry Blake beauty aid energizer shampoo. For 
shampoo. © Jan. 3, 1945; KK 29394. 

Bowers bros., inc., Richmond. 1066, 1067 

Coffee. For coffee. © Jan. 2, 1945; KK 29376. 
Coffee and chicory. For a blend of coffee & 

chicory. © Jan. 2, 1945; KK 29377. 

Brown' & Williamson tobacco Corp., Louisville. 

1068 
Kool. For cigarettes. © June 1, 1944; KK 29445. 

Burry biscuit corp., Elizabeth, N. J. 1069 

Burry's gristix. For bread stick. © Nov. 24, 
1944; KK 28977. 

Calavo, inc., Los Angeles. 1070 

Cal-trop figs. Golden honey pack. For figs. © 
Dec. 15, 1944; KK 29099. 

Charlsted corp., Los Angeles. 1071 

Doodle-bird. For toy consisting of a series of 
interchangeable blocks representing parts of birds. 
© Dec. 15, 1944; KK 29^74. 



Curtis (David) New York. 1072 

D. Curtis luminograph. X-O-graph. For plas- 
tics, holding in bond phosphorescent materials. © 
Dec. 28, 1944; KK 29447. 

Cusack coffee co., Los Angeles. 1073 

Froz-n coff-e. For coffee. © Sept. 6, 1944; KK 
29060. 

Dawco food products. See Weiss (Daniel A.), d. b. 
a. Dawco food products. 

Desert grapefruit industry committee, inc.,I^hoenix, 
Ariz. 1074, 1075 

Arizona-California desert. For grapefruit. © 

Dec. 7, 1944; KK 29048. 

Arizona-California desert. For grapefruit Juice. 

© Dec. 7, 1944; KK 29049. 

Diamond match co.. New York. 1076-1080 

For matches: 

Home beautiful, A. © Nov. 14, 1944; KK 
29280. 

Home beautiful, B. © Nov. 14, 1944; KK 
29281. 

Home beautiful, C. © Nov. 14, 1944; KK 
29282. 

Home beautiful, D. © Nov. 14, 1944; KK 
29283. 

Home beautiful, E. © Nov. 14, 1944; KK 
29284. 



1081^ 1082 



Donaldson (James E.) Columbus, O. 
For moth & flame proof spray: 

Mirrakem product. Mirra moth bestos spray. 
© Jan. 2, 1945; KK 29391. 

Women wise flamunize with pine odor, no stain, 
no storage, no mess mirra moth plus flamunizer. 
© Jan. 2, 1945; KK 29392. 

Du-dad of Holl3rwood. See Gelff (Aaron), d. b. a. 
Du-dad of Hollywood. 

Easi-bild pattern co., Pleasantville, N. Y. 1083 
Large doll carriage. For full size printed paper 
pattern. © Oct. 14, 1944; KK 29111. 

Eastman tag & label co., San Francisco. 1084 

Eastman tags do a jobi For tags, envelope. © 
Dec. 5, 1944; KK 29046. 

Gelff (Aaron), d. b. a. Du-dad of Hollywood, Los 
Angeles. 1085 

10 toys in 1. For toys. © June 20, 1944; KK 

29269. 

General baking co., New York. 1086 

Bond honey -butter bread. For bread. © Nov. 
14, 1944; KK 29417. 

Gift craft. See Green (Martha), Adeh (Cecille) & 
Preskel (Samuel I.), d. b. a. Gift craft. 

Gramercy toy co.. New York. 1087, 1088 

Doo doo dainty doll with the hug -me appeal. For 
plastic doll. © Dec. 13, 1944; KK 28981. 



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no. 1. 1945 



1126 



Gramercy superquallty plajrthlng. For stuffed 
toys. © Dec. 1, 1944; KK 29387. 

Green (Martha), Adel (Cecllle) &Preskel (Samuel I.), 
d. b. a. Gift craft, Chicago. 1089 

Pixie mixie. For game. © Nov. 20, 1944; KK 

29112. 

Gutmami (Rudolph Julius) New York. 1090-1094 

For panoramas: 

Barnyard make your own farm. © Oct. 20, 
1944; KK 29131. 

Holljrwood movie theatre, set it up and play 3 
feature pictures. © Oct. 20, 1944; KK 29133. 

Play candy store with 9 outside inside panora- 
mas. © Nov. 15, 1944; KK 29129. 

Play merry-go-round with 4 merry-go-round 
indestructible panoramas. © Oct. 20, 1944; KK 
29130. 

8 religious panoramas and a complete framed 
picture to set up and hang on the wall. © Oct. 20, 
1944; KK 29132. 

House of Kennedy, Cleveland. 1095 

K-Lith visionaid manuscript pack. For blank 

music manuscript sheets. ©Oct. 1, 1944; KK 29286. 

Hunter (Daniel S.) Garretsville, O. 1096 

Official registered seal. New improved porce- 
lain on steel enameledware. Your assurance of 
■quality. Enameled utensil mfrs., advertising group. 
For cooking, household & hospital enameled ware. 
© Jan. 5, 1945; KK 29383. 

Industrial tape Corp., New Brunswick, N. J. 1097 
Bondex hot iron mending tape. For adhesive 
tape. © Dec. 30, 1944; KK 29278. 

Inland rubber Corp., Chicago. 1098 

Inland automobile polish and cleaner. For auto- 
mobile polish &. cleaner. © Dec. 19, 1944; KK 
29150. 

Irving shoe co., Chicago. 1099 

Natural preserver. For shoes & footwear of all 
kinds. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 29256. 

Jacques (Romeo) Salem, Mass. 1100 

New oil formula hair tonic. For hair tonic. © 
Oct. 23, 1944; KK 28937. 

Johnson (S. C.) & son, inc., Racine, Wis. 1101 

Johnson's drax. For stain & water repellent for 
clothes & fabrics. © Sept. 13, 1944; KK 29252. 

Krim beverage co., Lebanon, Pa.. 1102 

Spritzer. For carbonated beverage. © Nov. 11, 
1944; KK 29044. 

Krueger (Richard G.) inc., New York. 1103, 1104 
For baby record book: 

All her life. © Dec. 15, 1944; KK 29326. 
All his life. © Dec. 15, 1944; KK 29353. 

Kwltz chemical Corp., San Francisco. 1105 

Fla and moth. For flame proofing & moth proof- 
ing liquid. © July 31, 1939; KK 29362. 

Laundry supply co., inc., Chicago. 1106 

White glo. For household bleach. © July 13, 
1944; KK 29472. 



Leighton 0oseph Blair) Miami, Fla. 1107 

Pari mutuel. Greyhounds. For game. © Nov. 
15, 1944; KK 29360. 

Lemoine (Hyatt) sr.,prop. Lemoine labs.. New York. 

1108 
LeMoyne antiseptic hair and scalp preparation. 
For hair and scalp preparation. © Dec. 7, 1944; 
KK 29247. 

Lemoine labs. See Lemoine (Hyatt) sr., prop. 
Lemoine labs. 

Mahl 0. Thomas), d. b. a. Mahl co., Huntington 
Park, Calif. 1109 

F T denture cream. For cream cleanser for 

dentures. © Dec. 18, 1944; KK 29135. 

Mahl CO. See Mahl (J. Thomas), d. b. a. Mahl co. 

Mars, inc., Chicago. 1110 

Torrid zone. For candy bars. © Dec. 6, 1944; 
KK 29351. 

Mason box co., Attleboro Falls, Mass. 1111 

Mail master. For jewelry & miscellaneous mer- 
chandise cartons. © Dec. 6, 1944; KK 29211. 

Merdon pub. CO., Brooklyn. 1112 

Ling-o. For card game. '© Dec. 18, 1944; KK 
29386. 

Milanl (Louis) foods, Chicago. 1113 

Mllani's saladalse. For a dressing that serves 
the purpose of mayonaise, salad dressing or French 
dressing. © May 1, 1944; KK 29059. 

Murphy (William L.) Detroit. 1114 

Sports quality confections. For confections, as 
candy, peanuts, popcorn, etc. © Nov. 11, 1944; KK 
29393. 



National enameling & stamping co., Milwaukee. 

1115-1125 

Diamond enameled ware. 110. For diamond 
enameled dipper. © Dec. 6, 1944; KK 29405. 

For enameled canner: 

Nesco. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 29401. 
Nesco. Cold pack canner. © Sept. 1, 1944; 
KK 29402. 

For enameled roaster: 

Nesco. Fowl fitted roaster. © Dec. 28, 1944; 
KK 29409. 

Nesco. Fowl fitted roaster. Roomy, self- 
basting, economical, space saving, tested. © Dec. 
28, 1944; KK 29410. 

Galcote. For sheet galvanized water pail. © 
Dec. 22, 1944; KK 29408. 

Nesco. For 10 qt. pail. © Dec. 19, 1944; KK 
29406. 

Nesco, 2. For galvanized tub. © Sept. 28, 1944; 
KK 29404. 

Nesco, 1102. For waterpail. © Sept. 28, 1944; 
KK 29403: 

Nesco enameled ware. For vitro enameled ware. 
© May 1, 1944; KK 29400. 

Royal granite ware, 161. For royal granite cov- 
ered pot. © Dec. 7, 1944; KK 29406. 

Newbury (Edward) Lexington, Ky. 1126 

This is one of the teacher toys. For children's 
toys. © Dec. 16, 1944; KK 29224. 



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Newgood CO., Lexington, Ky. 1127 

Circle doll. For children's toys. © Dec. 16, 
1944; KK 29234. 

Ogllvle sisters labs.. Inc., New York. 1128 

Communique. For hair fragrance. © Oct. 27, 
1944; 109 28989. 

Panda fi^>sty foods, Los Angeles. 1129-1132 

Panda. For apricots. ©July 28, 1944; KK 28983. 

Panda. For sliced apples. © Nov. 30, 1944; KK 
28985. 

Pandettes. For peaches. © Sept. 19, 1944; KK 
28984. 

Sherry's. For boysenberrles. © June 1, 1944; 
KK 28982. 

Parfums de Dana, Inc., New York. 1133 

Dana cosmetics. For cosmetics. © Dec. 21, 
1944; KK 29227. 

Paulson (Bernard J.) Waukesha, Wis. 1134 

GI nut cracker. For puzzle game. © Nov. 1, 
1944; KK 29100. 

Pauze (Zotlque Gullmore), d. b. a. Pauze products 
CO., Los Angeles. 1135 

Nox-oda. Refreshing deodorizer. For cosmetic. 

© July 19, 1944; KK 29045. 

Pauze products CO. See Pauze (Zotlque Gullmore), 
d. b. a. Pauze products co. 

Pioneer fruit CO. See Skaggs (Roy),d. b. a. Pioneer 
fruit CO. 

Press-on, inc.. New York. 1136-1139 

For mending fabrics. For thermoplastic fabric 
mender. © Dec. 6, 1944; KK 29398. 

Hosiery mender. For thermoplastic stocking 
mender. © Dec. 6, 1944; KK 29399. 

Skuffs. For trouser bottom reinforcement. © 
Dec. 6, 1944; KK 29396. 

Sox mender. For thermoplastic sox mender. © 
Dec. 6, 1944; KK 29397. 

Purple blade Corp., San Francisco. 1140 

Purple double edge blades, all purr, no pull. 
For razor blades. © Dec. 1, 1944; KK 28959. 

Rosenberg bros.& co., San FranClsco. 1141 

Pyramid California dates. For dates. © Nov. 
1, 1942; KK 29361. 

Ross (Ruth) New York. 1142 

Parfum S-X. For perfume. © Dec. 11, 1944; 
KK 29473. 

Rotation game co. See Bergmann (Charles), d. b. 
a. Rotation game co. 

Schulz baking co., Pottstown, Pa. 1143 

Schulz enriched Bj bread. For bread wrapper. 
© Dec. 4, 1944; KK 29053. 



Short snorter co. See Silver (Hyman H.), d. b. a. 
Short snorter co. 

Sicks' Great Falls breweries, inc., Great Falls, 

Mont. 1144 

Great Falls beer. For beer. © Dec. 1, 1944; 

KK 29136. 

Silver (Hyman H.), d, b. a. Short snorter co., Rox- 
bury, Mass. 1145 

Short snorter brand. The Individual drink. For 

whiskey. © Dec. 13, 1944; KK 29212. 

Skaggs (Roy), d. b. a. Pioneer fruit co., Phoenix, 
Ariz. 1148 

Phoenix desert sun brand snowaxed for your 

protection. For fresh fruit. © Nov. 14, 1944; KK 

29433. 

Smith (Robert) mfg. co., Los Angeles. 1147 

Tom Thumb doll house furniture. For puzzle 
furniture. © Dec. 18, 1944; KK 29113. 

State brand creameries. Inc., Mason City, la. 

1148, 1149 

Clover crest. For butter always made from 
pasteurized cream. © Nov. 17, 1944; KK 29041. 

State brand. For butter of blended sweet creams. 
© Nov. 17, 1944; KK 29042. 

Supremacy products. Inc., New York. ' 1150 

Supremacy dental floss. For dental floss. © 
Sept. 26, 1944; KK 29225. 

U. S. highway supply CO., Chicago. 1151 

Ever-lube. For additive to gasoline & Diesel 
fueL © Dec. 21, 1944; KK 29122. 

Vacu-dry co., Oakland, Calif. 1152-1158 

For prepared dessert using dehydrated fruit: 

Fru-get real apricot desiert. © Nov. 17, 
1944; KK 29026. 

Fru-get real banana dessert. © Nov. 17, 
1944; KK 29025. 

Fru-get real fig dessert. © Nov. 17, 1944; 
KK 29027. 

Fru-get real peach dessert. © Nov. 17, 1944; 
KK 29024. 

Fru-get real prune dessert. © Nov. 17, 1944; 
KK 29023. 

Viking tailless kite co., Larchmont, N. Y. 1157 

Viking tailless kite. For kites. © Nov. 15, 
1944; KK 29222. 

Vltamlnt Corp., Boston. 1158 

Vltamlnt. For vitamin products. © Dec. 15, 
1936; KK 28926. 

Weiss (Daniel A.), d. b. a.Dawco food products, New 
York. 1159 

Trlx salad and cooking oil. For cooking oil 6 

salad dressing. © Dec. 9, 1944; KK 29050. 

Wilson (RolUn) co., Memphis, Tenn. 1160 

Go-lo golf game. For toy or game. © Oct. 15, 
1944; KK 28956. 



Number of entries of Labels Included In the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945- 



106 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGBESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



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DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR 
TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND 
PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING PRINTS AND 
LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 

INCLUDING 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1945 
NEW SERIES, VOLUME 40 

No. 2 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, formerly issued quarterly, but now 
issued monthly, is arranged as follows: 

I. Containing Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photographs or other identifying reproductions 
deposited according to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and 
Models or Designs for works of art) In this class a subalphabet of titles is used when the copyright pro- 
prietor and artist are the same, this identity being indicated by the use of an asterisk (*) after the name of 
the proprietor. A subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor and artists are different. 

II. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings or plastic works of 
a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles of commercial prints and labelf. 
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A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of proprietors. 

To rave space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
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graphs; and "K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, including prints and labels used for articles 
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right Office of the photograph or other identifying reproduction. 
The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

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"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
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section 60 of the Act 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1936, to December 31, 1939, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1945. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
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CLASS G 

WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR WORKS OF ART 

Note, — An asterisk (*) after the proprietor's name indicates that the artist and copyright proprietor are 
the same 



Allan (Jan)* llbl-1168 

Baby faun, 158 H, 158 L. Cocker spaniel, ?'ll 
P. -Dachshund, 2(3 P. -Kerry blue puppy, 262 P. 
- Spaniel puppy, 292 H, 292 F, 292 M © Dec. 23, 
1944; G44V4'(, 44/48, 44.50-44(52, 44V56, 44V58, 
44/59. 

♦ Art institute of Chicago. 1169 

Monet (Claude): 

Artist's garden at ArgenteuiL © Jan. 29, 1945; 
G 44851. 

Ballinger co. 11(0 

Sutton (D. E,): 

Elevation drawing of typical one story ware- 
house building, 4964. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1945; G 44874. 

Barker (E. Conyers)* 1171 

France. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1945; G 44738. 
\ 

Baughman (V'oodburn Forry)* 1172 

Peaceful quietness. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1945; G 

44839. 

Bob Jones college. 1173 

Sallman (Warner): 

Behold, I send you forth. © Apr. 3, 1944; G 
44767. 

Bohan (Ruth H.)* 1174 

Portrait of Bishop Robert Nelson Spencer. ® 1 c. 
Dec. 14, 1944; G 4477 9. 

Borgetti (Domenico)* 117 5 

Honor roll. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1944; G 44718. 

Bouma (Gaele Hessel)* 1176 

Holland pastoral, © 1 c Feb. 13, 1945; G 44813, 

Bukton ad-productions. 1177 

Bukay (Joseph J.): 

Engineered ads. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1945; G 44857. 

Calkins (Raymond Scott)* 1178,11(9 

Interior of the witches' house, - Procession. © 
1 c. each Jan 16, 1945; G 44725, 44(26. 

Churchill (Charles Harvey)* 1180 

Teeter-tug. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1945; G 44870. 

Citron (NUnna V right)* 1181-1186 

Answer yes or no. - Final adjustments. - Horse 

swapping day. - Lookout. - Staten Island ferry. - 

Welder. © 1 c. each Feb. 9, 1945; G 44773-44778. 

Coggins granite & marble industries. 1187-1210 
Kuhn (Kurt)- 

War memorial, 28-51. © Feb. 3, 1945; G 
447 89-44812. 



44893. 



Colonial man and woman. © Jan. 1, 1945; G 



1212-1215 



Columbia statuary co. 
Lindner (John W.): 



1211 



Contemporary arts. inc. 
Brill (Klaus)- 

Ballerina, 354 H, 354 L, 355 H, 355 L. © Dec. 
23, 1944; G 44746, 44757, 44762, 44763 



Conway (Sidney Raymond) 
Abante (Peter): 

Champ. © 1 c. Jan, 29, 1945; G 44853. 



1216 



Cuneo (Teresa A-)* 1217 

Corona country golf club course, before the 
world's fair, © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1945; G 44856. 

Curry (John Steuart)* 1218 

Lake Superior. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1945; G 44901. 

Delano (Gerard Curtis)* 1219-1224 

At sundown. - Navajo boy. - Navajo children. - 

Sheep girl. © 1 c each Feb 26, 1945; G 44870- 

4487 3. 

Clouds over the desert. - In Arizona. © 1 c. 

each Feb. 8, 1945; G 44765, 44766. 

Dunn (Anita Sutcliffe)* 1225-1227 
Magic! - To the finger tips she's victory con- 
scious. - Victory V the final touch. © 1 c. each 
Feb. 16, 1945; G 44826-44828. 

Dyer (Ann)* 1228-1233 

Negro dancer, 348 F- 348 M - Polish dancer, 

34( F, 347 M. - Russian dancer, 346 F, 346 M. © 

Dec. 23, 1944; G 44(45, 44753-44(55, 44760, 44761. 

Emery (George S.)* 1234, 1235 

Binder parts, 1,2. © 1 c. each Feb. 5, 1945; G 
44743, 44744. 

Frcst & Reed, ltd. 1236, 1237 

Dawson (Montague): 

Augusta (Clipper ship) 145^. - Stunsails out. 
The Paul Jones, 1512. © 1 c. each Jan 23, 1945; G 
44722, 44723. 

Gerard (William B.)* 1238 

Curb service. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1945; G 44739. 

Green Valley granite co. 1239-1243 

Antram (Mildred)- 

Cole memorial, 555. © Nov. 6,1944; G 44888. 
Peterson (Edward R.) Memorial- 
Cunningham, 559. - Kulka, 556. - Lamont, 
557 © Nov. 6, 1944; G 44889, 44890, 44892. 
Schorr (Paul)- 

Robertson memorial, 558 © Nov 6, 1944; G 
44891. 

Griffith (S. M.) jr.* 1244 

Moael of wire foxterrier. © 1 c Feb, 13, 1945;' 
G 44814. 



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1245 



1245 



Hahn (Walter A.) 
Stevenson (A L ): 

Old hickory tavern. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1945; G 
44904, 

Halprin (M.) inc. 1246 

Halprin (Martin)- 

Flower basket. & 1 c. Feb 28, 1945; G 448V5. 

Hambrock (IQa)* 1247 

Another dream tonight. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1945; G 
44858. 

Hathaway (Isaac Scott)* 1248 

Bust of Dr. Geo. W. Carver. © 1 c Feb 1, 1945; 
G44<29. 

Hausmann (Estelle A.)* 1249 

M. D. C. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1945; G 44788. 

Hildebrand (Gregory)* 1250, 1251 

Frankfurter' 

Buck. - Chef. © 1 c. each, Feb. 24, 1945; G 
44865, 44866. 

Jacoby (Bernard D,)* 1252 
Design in the form of a heart, composed of let- 
tering quoting the Lord's prayer. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1945; G 44<36. 

Johnson & Gustafson. 1253-1255 

Kastrup (Carl) Memorial- 
Hawkins, 864-B. Milne, 863-B. - Sanders, 
865-B © Jan- 23, 1945; G 44732-44734. 

Jones bros co., inc. 1256-1266 

Elwell (Roy A.). 

Guardian memorial, D-1505, D-1506. © July 
14, 1943; G 44886, 44887. 

Guardian memorial, D-1575, D-1582. © Mar. 
24, 1944; G 44879, 44885. 

Guardian memorial, D-1583. © Mar. 23, 
1944; G 4487 8 

Miller (Malcolm G,)- 

Guardian memorial, D-1577 — D-1579. © Mar. 
21, 1944; G 44882-44884 

Guardian memorial, D-1580, D-1581. © Mar. 
23, 1944; G 44880, 44881. 

Guaraian memorial, D-1586. ® Apr. 3, 1944; 
G 44877. 

Kamper (Russell glsher) 126/ 

Peter (Charles "Merriman) 

United veterans league. © 1 c. Feb 5, 1945; 
G 44742 

Kaplan (Alice Louise)* 1268 

Welcome Roger Karvel! © 1 c. Jan, 18, 1945; G 
44836. 

Katz (Hilda)* 1269 

City lot in summer. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1945; G 
44905. 



Kent (Melanie)* 1270-1272 

Russian- 
Peasant. - Peasant girl. © Feb. 1, 1945; G 
44848, 44850 

Valse dream. © Dec. 10, 1944; G 44849. 



King features syndicate, inc. 
Reusswig (William): 



1273-1277 



pt IV, n s., v. 40 



Battle incident, set 8, no. 3. © Oct. 22 1944; 
G 44769 

Havange, Alsace Lorraine, set 11, no. 4. © 
Jan 14, 1945; G 44770. 

Somewhere in France, set 7, no. 3. © Nov, 
12, 1944; G 44768. 

Somewhere in France, set 10, no. 1. © Jan. 
14, 1945; G 44772. 

Somewhere in France, set 10, no. 3 © Nov. 
26, 1944, G 44771 

Kiplinger Washington agency, inc. & Kalish (Max) 

1278 
Kalish (Max)- 

Arnold (General Henry H.) © 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1945; G 44730 

Langford (Joseph Oscar)* 1279 

Roll of honor A prayer for our country. © 1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1945; G 44719. 

Leonide (Marion)* 1280 

Quartzite, Smoky Mts., Tenn. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 
1945; G 44721. 

Little (Noah Herbert)* 1281 

Service record © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1945; G 44903. 

Lohmann (E. M ) co, 1282 

Odette (George Earl): • 

Sacramental life of the church. © 1 c. Feb. 
19, 1945; G 44852. 

Mandery (Alexander Joseph)* 1283 

It takes your place. Your Red cross with what 
it takes. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1945; G 44764. 

Marsteller (Sylvester A.)* 1284 

Mount of Olives. From a breech in the walls of 
Jerusalem. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1945; G 44724 

Miller (Robert) " 1285 

Miller (Virginia) 

Coat of arms in gold, copper, silver, blue & 
emerald green bronze on a red satin background 
with a border in bronze. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1945; G 
44859. 

Moore (Curtis L.) 1286 

Peabody (Lloyd) - 

Tri-symbol folly, tolerance and wisdom. 
© 1 c. Dec. 18, 1944; G 44835. 

Mora kite mfg co. 1287-1291 

Mora (Enrique A.)- 

Mora kite, 1-5. © 1 c. each Feb. 8, 1945; G 
447 81-44785. 

Murtagh (Kate Ellen)* 1292 

Lady taking a bath. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1945; G 
44786. 

Peterson (WlUard Samuel)* 1293 

I'se got somp'in I'se gotta do. © 1 c Feb. 27, 
1945; G 44869, 

Pitkin (Sylvia S.) 1294 

Pitkin (Polly [i. e. Martha])- 

Mack, the gremlin. © 1 c. Feb 5, 1945; G 
44864. 



28 



CLASS G 



no. 2, 1945 



1355 



1295, 1296 



Pure oil co. 

Petersen (Carl August): 

Service station - Service station with canopy 
© 1 c. each Jan, 14, 1945; G 44833, 44834, 

Raskin (Mitchell)* 129'i 

Female figure. ® 1 c. Feb. 14, 1945; G 44837. 

Reed (George W.) 1298 

Moran (John): 

Like hell it's yours! Put it back. © 1 c. Jan. 
23, 1945; G 44830. 

Ripley (Aiden Lassell)* 1299-1305 

Driven turkey. - Driving turkeys - Driving wild 
turkeys. - Grouse unaer the pines. - Pheasant 
country. - Wild turkeys. - )^oodcock shooting. © 1 
c. each Feb. 15, 1945; G 4481V-44823. 

Robinson (Lucy Mai) 1306 

Ah 'lows as how. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1945; G 44831. 



Ross ceramics 
Furlong (Leslie): 

Fanny © Nov. 15, 1944; G 44894. 



1307 



1308 



Sifo novelty co. 
Ford (Silas M.): 

Doll picture. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1945; G 44868. 

Smith (A. O.) corp. 1309 

Williams (Roger). 

Burny. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1945; G 44838. 

Snowden (Chester Genora)* 1310 

Genre. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1945; G 44824. 

Spinks (Clifford Harold)* 1311 

Statue of Liberty. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1945; G 44731. 



Steinman (Richard K.)* 

Clock-o. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1945; G 44855. 



1312 



Stern (Fred) 1313-1319 

Arnold (Bernita) Sculptured figure of • 

Boy crying, holding ice cream cone in left 
hand. - Boy holding a duck under right arm. - Boy 
hoMing a fishing rod in left hand and a fish in the 
right hand - Cow with eyelashes and human mouth. 
- Mother kangaroo, with boy and girl kangaroo in 
pouch. - Young girl holding flower to nose, wearing 
hat and dress in various colors. - Young girl with 
hair and dress blowing in the wind. © 1 c. each 
Jan. 31, 1945; G 44(11-44716, 48832. 

Tacconelli (John)* 1320-1323 

Cavalier de Lux, a smart old fox. - Chiquita, a 
Mexican chicken. - Goosito, a Mexican duck. - Ru- 
stito, a Mexican rot^ter. © 1 c. each Jan. 22, 1945; 
G 44860-44863. 

Thompson (Thomas)* 1324 

Hey psst! Hevva merry Xmas an th'n hurry up 
an bring over thim Crismus wrapp'n papers. © 1 
c. Feb. 21, 1945; G 44854. 

Thompson (Thomas) 1325, 1326 

Tom [pseud, of Thomas Thompson]; 

Personality haircuts, our specialty. - This is 
where, there's no place like! © 1 c. each Feb. 14, 
1945; G 44815, 4481b. 



Trott (Harold Williams)* 1327 

Helicopter digest. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1945; G 44780. 

Tulk (Alfred James)* 1328 

He aied to make men free, 256. © 1 c. Feb. 16> 
1945; G 44825, 



Tyson (Charles H.) 
Branfora (Edward)- 
Our family tree. 
44867. 



1329 



© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1945; G 



Tyzzer (Charles Edwin) 
Trexler (Charles Henry). 
Winged radio tank circuit. 
1945; G 447 87 



1330 



© 1 c. Feb. 9, 



1331, 1332 



Vanden Eynden (Joseph C.)* 
Magic of trade 

Birth of exchange - New markets via ships. 
© 1 c. each Feb. 2, 1945; G 44727, 44728. 

Van Wolf (Henry)* 1333-1338 

American black bear, - Grizzly bear. Male 
buffalo. - Puma standing on a tree trunk in a creep- 
ing position holding head straight. - Squirrel, heaa 
turned sideways towards the left, eating a nut, tip 
of tail facing left - Squirrel holding its head 
straight, eating a nut, tip of tail facing right. © 1 c. 
each Mar. 2, 1945; G 44895-44900. 

Viking tailless kite & toy.co, 1339 

Jensen (Helga M.) [pseua. of Helga Chu and Hing 
F. Chu] 

Viking reversible cloth dolls. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 
1944; G 44636. 

Villasefior (David Villanueva)* 1340 

Adventure into life, © 1 c, Feb. 1, 1945; G 
44720. 

Weaver (Frank Lowrie)* 1341 1348 

Cow. Dog. - Frog. - Hatching chick- Hippopot- 
amus, - Horse and hurdle. Pig. - Snail. © Feb. 
5, 1945; G 44840-44847. 

West (Brennan Brown) jr.* 1349 

GeneraL © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1945; G 44902. 

Whitehill (Dorothy M.)* 1350 

Fala, © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1945; G 44829. 

Wilcox (Richard G )♦ 1351 

Beery and Bleery, © Jan, 20, 1945, G 44717.,^ 

Wollin (Dorothy G,)* 1352 

We pledge to work hard and think that we may, 
with better understanding the new world link. © 1 
c. Jan. 18, 1945; G 44735. 

World Christians, inc. 1353 

LeFevre (Rufus H.)' 

World Christians, © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1945; G 
44741. 

Young (Mahonri M.)* 1354 

Riggers - riveters. © 1 c. Jan, 12, 1945; G 
44740. 

Zibit (Sylvia Alice)* 1355 

Ornamental finger nail designing. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1945; G 44737 



Number of entries of Works of Arts included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945 



356 



29 



CLASSES H K 



REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 
OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 
PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



A & G specialty. 

Army air force. © Jan, 31, 1945; K 57358. 



1356 



Aberman (Morris) 1357 

This certificate is given in testimony of honest 
and faithful service to those who fought in the battle 
of production and in the service of their country. 
© Feb, 23, 1945; K 57411. 

American automobile assn, 1358 

Tumbling cylinder decelerometer. © Dec. 14, 
1944; I 35765. 

American automobile assn. Traffic engineering & 
safety department. 1359-1361 

Look both ways before crossing. Take care of 

yourself, S. S. P. 167. © Jan. 2, 1945; K 57389. 
Take care of yourself. Be extra alert on rainy 

days. S. S. P. 168. © Jan. 15, 1945; K 57388. 

Watch for turning cars. Take care of yourself, 

S S. P, 166. © Nov. 25, 1944; K 57390 

American national Red cross. 1362-1366 

Bedside table, ARC 1405-19. - Craft wagon, ARC 

1405-28. Folding chair, light, ARC 1405-15. - 

Solitaire slip cover, ARC 1405-102. © Nov. 8, 1944; 

I 35862, 35863, 35865, 35866. 

Tilt top bed tray, ARC 1405-25A. © Dec. 8, 1944; 

I 35864. 

American optical co. 1367 

These, or this? © Jan. 23, 1945; K 57269. 

American viscose corp, 1368, 1369 

Tenasco Pete: 

Front view, 2177. - Side view, 2178. © 1 c, 
each Jan. 27, 1945; J 37595, 37596. 

Artext prints, inc. 1370, 1371 

Cornfields in Provence, 334. - Zebras, 350. © 
Feb. 5, 1945; K 57275, 57276. 

Auricular foundation, inc. 1372 

Schematic scale of approximate amplitude and 
frequency characteristics of conversational speech. 
© Sept. 14, 1944; I 35873. 

Badian (Albert A.i "1373 

New and novel universal caliper, dividers and 
compass. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1945; I 35827. 

Bailey (William A.) 1374 

Portable heater and cooker © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1945; 
I 35871 

Bankers trust co. 1375 

Fully taxable U. S treasury obligations. Gross 
yields and prints © Feb. 17, 1945; I 35849. 

Barber (Joseph H.) 1376 

Business incentives and performance. ©Feb. 27, 
1945; I 35860. 



30 



Beard (Robert Stanley) 
Geometrical whatnots. 



© 



1377 
Feb. 19, 1945; I 35847. 



Bentz (David) 1378, 1379 

Trick-track, 1, 2. © Dec. 30, 1944; K 57263, 
57264. 

Bethlehem steel co. 1380-1389 

Absentee breaks faith. © Feb. 2, 1944; K 57342. 

If you spend a dollar foolishly, you can work 
harder and get it back. Stay on the job. © Oct. 4, 
1944; K 57341. 

Production time lost is lost forever. Work hard 
and stay on the job. © Jan. 2, 1945; K 57347. 

Taking in this talk on fire extinguishers? © 
Sept. 19, 1944; K 57339. 

They're doing their part, are you doing yours? 
Buy war bonds, © Feb. 5, 1945; K 57340. 

This is your war as much as his. Buy war bonds. 
© Jan. 29, 1945; K 57348. 

Victory is as important to you as to him. Buy 
war bonds. © Dec. 1, 1944; K 57346. 

We'll make it if you back us up. 4th war loan. 
© Feb. 1, 1944; K 57344. 

Who pays for the days that the absentee loses? 
Stay on the job. © Nov. 6, 1944; K 57345. 

Your bonds helped buy it. © Aug. 30, 1944; K 
57343. 

Billett (Edward) 1390 

You be the judge. © Sept. 9, 1944; J 37594. 

Bishop (Howard E.) 1391 

Origin of all creation. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1945; 
I 35828. 

Boehm (Paul F.) 1392-1398 

Dimetric two-angle & ellipse stencil: 

Left hand face, 450202. - Right hand and top 
faces, 450205. © 1 c. each Feb. 9, 1945; I 35805, 
35806. 

Isometric: 

Protractor, 450108. - Two-angel and rotary 
ellipse stencil, 450110. © 1 c. each Jan. 16, 1945; 
1.35762, 35763. 

Isometric helical spring stencil, 450126. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1945; I 35760, 

Rotary gear stencil, 10 D. P., 450213. © 1 c. 
Feb. 17, 1945; I 35839. ' 

Trimetric two-angle and ellipse stencil, 450207. 
© 1 c. Feb. 15. 1945; I 35830. 

Bohannon (Alonzo) 1399-1400 

Drive for boats. - Mechanical resuscitator. © 
1 c. each Feb. 15, 1945; I 35831, 35832. 

Bondowski (Frank) 1401 

Live and learn. © Jan. 19, 1945; K 57242. 

Borden co. 1402 

That freedom's voice may ring again. © Nov. 
16, 1944; K 57248. 



CLASSES H-K 



n o. 2, 1945 



Boston store. 1403 

Jot-it-down calendar. © Jan 2, 1945; K 57326. 

Brabazon (Albert) 1404 

Panoramic view of the world's largest city from 
the observatory of New York's Empire State build- 
ing. © Jan 27, 1945; K 57359. 

Bradley lane advertising agency, 1405 

Why don't you do like your mom does. © Dec, 
4, 1944; K 57277. 

Bray (Oscar S.) 1406 

Floor plank. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1945; I 35825. 

Breeze corporations, inc. 1407-1421 

Engineering data book. Breeze. 

Aeroflex, aeroflex junior & superflex - Brake 
lining machine. - Electrical connectors. - Grinding 
unit. - Ignition switch. - Junction boxes. - Machines. 

- Moulding division. - P. I. L. tubing machine. - 
Plugs and receptacles. - Starter division. - Starter 
division, tools, gages and fixtures, 1-3. - Tie rods. 
© Dec. 27, 1944; I 35807-35821 

Brewster (Caroline Virginia) 1422 

Little house, the American way. © Jan. 16, 1945; 
I 35801. 

Bridges (Mary Ethel) 1423-1425 

Radar pulse- 

Generator and amplifier. - Wave, unbra & 
penumbra. © 1 c. each Jan. 17, 1945; I 35840, 
35841. 

Umbra & penumbra, earth eclipse. © 1 c. Jan. 
17, 1945; I 35844. 

Brown (D. Web.) 

Brown (James M.) king of counterfeiters. © 1 c. 
Feb.- 1, 1945; J 37590. 

Brown & Bigelow. 1427 1439 

Boy, do I mow 'em down! - Come on, we're late 

now. - Get a load of this. - He's safer than a wolf 

- He's taken a turn for the nurse. - How do you 
like my frame? - How'd you like to hold my hand? 

- I get the darndest breaks, - I'm keeping abreast 
of the times, - It's cornbut they love it. - My calves 
took first prize. - Padlock was my own idea, © Jan. 
22, 1945; K 57226-57237. 

Winning combination. © Jan. 22, 1945; K 57305. 

Bulletin co. 1440-1443 

Alike as four peas in a pod, the Cirminello 

quadruplets in their hospital cribs. - Here they are, 

first picture of Philadelphia's quadruplets. © Dec 

20, 1944; K 57266, 57267. 

Close harmony by the Cirminello quadruplets 

and their weighing-in routine. © Jan. 4; 1945; K 

57241. 

Philadelphia quads, a study in expressions. © 

Feb. 23, 1945; K 57396. 

Burdett (James H.) 1444 

, 'Til peace brings plenty. Victory gardens. © 
Dec. 1, 1944; K 57351. 

Butler (Jesse L.) 1445 

National progressive hub of negro civic and po- 
litical action. © Dec. 22, 1944; K 57219. 



1534 



Campbell soup co. 1446 

Campbell's baby soup baby. © 1 c Feb. 1, 1945; 
J 37591 



Canal national bank of Portland. 

Hauled out. © Dec, 26, 1944; K 57360. 



1447 



1448 



Cleofe (Lawrence) i^^o 

Combination baby carriage, baby cradle, and 
suitcase. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1945; J 37603. 

Cohn (H.) CO. 1449 

House of Puzzy. © Nov. 15^ 1944; K 57274. 

Collins (Frank J.) 1450 

Star in the slot. © 1 c. Jan 31, 1945; I 38553. 

Colson (Usher Rae) 1451-1467 

Adorable, 171-79, - By the moonlight, 157-97. - 
Challenge of the wild, 158-97. - Chef, 178-79. - 
Dawn of a new day_ 161-97 Freedom of the seas, 
160-97. - Goddess of freedom. - Happy days, 177-97. 

- In the service of our country - On the alert, 
173-97. - Rustic beauty, 147 79. - Safe harbor, 
154-97. - Silent night, 148-79. Time to look, 
172 97. - Vote for liberty, 170-97. - Well pleased, 
179-79. - What will daddy say, 180-79. © Feb. 10, 
1945; K 57370-57386. 

Coulter (Sylvan L.) 1468 

Garden culitvator © Jan. 18, 1945; I 35804. 

Cunow (Fred Ludwig) 1469 

Design for house and office bar, 51543. © 1 c. 
Jan. 29, 1945; I 35834. 

Davies sales, 1470 

Hirohito the hateful. © Dec. 23, 1944; K 57247. 

Davies (James R.) 1471 

Pilot time certificate. © Jan. 15, 1945; K 57238. 

De Filippi (Armando Paolo) 1472 

Phonograph transmitters. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1945; 
I 35850. 

Deveny (Albert Lewis) 1473 

Osteopathic fundamentals. © Jan. 24, 1945; 
I 35767, 

Dickson (Verna M.) 1474 

Let's race. © 1 c. Feb, 17, 1945; J 37624. 

Dofia Rita studios. 1475-1534 

All on the line, 3. - Aloha, 27. - Azteca, 29. - 
Bali, 37. - Ballerina, 56, - Banana vendor, 34. - 
Between chapters, 9. - Blue and tan, 8. - Bluefringe 
and flowers, 4. - Brazil, 36, - Bring on the turkey, 
19. - Bubble bath, 57, - Capricious breeze, 10. - 
Chartreuse, 5. - Chiquita,33, - Cubana, 32. Dream 
girl, 50, - Easter, 14, - Fan, 46. = Farmerette, 42. 

- Feminine allure, 45. Fishermen's wharf, 48. - 
Flower girl, 60. - Giant cracker, 17. Golden mir- 
ror, 58. - Heart throb, 51. Hindustan, 40. - Hold 
it, please, 54. - Is that me, 30. - Jack O'Lantern, 
18, - June bride, 16. - Love's marksman, 55. - May 
flowers, 15. - Merry Xmas, 20. - Nature's mirror, 
28. Panel of gold, 43, - Pearl of Panama, 35. - 
Pink negligee, 49. Plumage, 44, - Princess Mi- 
siana, 31. - Prisoner of love, 53. - Reflections, 59. 

- Scarlet ibis, 22. - Scarlet tips, 47. - Schemer, 2. 

- Shamrocks, 13. - Slave dance, 24. - Smiling 



31 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



1535 



through, 41 - Sun goddess, 23. - Tanya, 39. - Tropic 
night, 38, - Turkish delight, 25 - V for victory, 7. 

- V mail 6. - White satin ana blue damascus, 21. - 
Who's there, 52 - Winterset, 11, - World at her 
feet, 1. - Yankee rose, 26, - Your valentine, 12 © 
Feb 1, 1945; J 3/625-37684. 

Dow (Louis F.) CO. . 1535-1561 

B 29 super fortress - Belle ringer. - Color har- 
mony. Colorful cluster - Cover girl, - Dangerous 
situation - First award. - Floral tribute. - Flower 
girl - Flowering splendor. - Garden glory. - Golaen 
valley In for a tanning. - In the wind. It's a 
date. - Let freedom sing. - Little bear behind. - 
New horizons - Parts unknown. - Results count. 

- Shining light. - Stunning. - Sunday visitors. - 
Treaty. - Try agin, gramp. - Unexpected company. 

- V'inter grandeur. © Dec. 26, 1944; K 57278- 
57 304. 

Dukeshire (V,'illiam P.) . 1562 

True longitude and line of position by rising or 

setting sun and moon, © 1 c. Jan, 6, 1945; I 357 95. 

Dupree (Wallace Richara) 1563 

To mother; by Pemberton Parker [pseud, of W. 
R. Dupree] © June 12, 1944; H 2837. 



Dyer (Czar J ) 

Dyer's perpetual calendar, 
Dec 28, 1944; I 35851, 35852 



1945. 



1564, 

© 1 c. 



1565 
each 



Epperson (Joseph Bolen) 
N^athematical chart. 
I 35854. 



© 1 c. Apr. 27, 



1566 
1944: 



Erf (Herbert Aaolph) 1567 

Bats can fly through mazes of wires without 
seeing them! © Jan. 2, 1945; K 57349. 



Exhibit supply co. 

Navy duffle bag ditties, 9. 
57217. 



© Dec. 4, 



1568 
1944; K 



Factory built homes, inc. 

Design for prefabricated home. 
I 35824. 



© Jan. 8, 



1569 
1945; 



Federal telephone & radio corp, 1570 1594 

Characteristic impeoance of lines, balanced two 
wire line, air spacea. Characteristic impedance 
of lines, concentric line, air spaced, 1,2.- Char- 
acteristic impeoance of lines, concentric line, 
solid dielectric- - Characteristic impedance of 
lines, single wire in trough. Characteristic im- 
pedance of lines, square outer conductor. Cutoff 
frequencies in circular wave guides. Deflection 
sensitivity of cathode ray tube electromagnetic de- 
flection with corrections for velocity of electrons. 
- reflection sensitivity of cathode ray tube electro- 
static deflection with corrections for velocity of 
electrons. Double tunea banc pass circuit design, 
charts A, C. - Double tuned band pass circuit de- 
sign for factor Y, chart B. Length of transmission 
line. Modulation percent from oscillograms. - 
Power dissipated in water cooled devices. Quarter 
wave matching section. - Reduction in gain caused 
by feedback. Sending ena impedance of uniform 
line. Triple tuned band pass circuit design, charts 
1, 3 - Triple tuned band pass circuit design for 
factor Y, chart 2. UHF path length and optical 
line of sight distance, aircraft heights. - UHF path 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 40 



length and optical' line of sight distance, range of 
radio waves. - Wideband amplifier range extension, 
series peaking method, - Wideband amplifier range 
extension, shunt peaking method, © Jan. 24, 1945; 
I 35768-35792. 

Fichter steel corp. 1595 

Method of repairs no. 2 of viaduct structure of 

the Fulton street elevated railroad, Pitkin ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y., R 4. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1945; I 35793. 

Fields (G, W,) & Hatcher (E, G,) 1596 

Automatic air hose coupler. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 
1945; I 35870. 

Flory (Charles Russell) 1597-1600 

Mona, 1-4, © Dec. 22, 29, 1944, Jan. 12, Feb. 
23, 1945; K 57354-57356, 57410. 

Frick collection, 1601, 1602 

Velazquez de Silva (Diego) Philip IV of Spain. De- 
tail- 
Left hand. - Right hand. © Feb. 13, 1945; H 
2835, 2836. 

Frost & Reed, ltd 1603 

Church on the hill [near Lewes]; by W. Hyams. 
© Nov, 20, 1942; H 2829. 

Garr (Oscar A.) 1604 

Horn worm. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1945; I 35868. 



Gatteri (Frank P.) 

Jefferson memorial and 
Jan. 27, 1945; J 37686. 

Gause (Roy Miller) 

Cellophane cigarette bag 
I 35837. 



:herry blossoms. 



1605 

©1 c. 



© 1 c. Feb. 16, 



1606 
1945; 



General motors Corp. Fisher body div. 1607-1611 

It isn't over by a long shot. © Dec. 28, 1944; K 
57324. 

More than ever. © Feb. 16, 1945; K 57393. 

Recap 'em, don't scrap 'em. © Feb, 19, 1945; 
K 57394. 

Remember Dec. 7th? © Nov, 30, 1944; K 57323. 

Stay on the job every minute. © Mar. 5, 1945; 
K 57392. 



Getchell (Maurice) 

January 1, happy New year. 
57244. 



© Jan. 



1612 
1, 1945; K 



Grimes (George Le Vonne) 

Little fellow. © Dec. 15, 1944; K 57272. 



1613 



Gross (£,dward),co., inc. 1614-1621 

Apple blossoms, Zl, - Azaleas, Z2. - Heather 

and daisies, Z6, - Jonquils, Z4. - Narcissus and 

snapdragons, Z3. - Pear blossoms and delphinium, 

Z5 © Feb, 16, 1945; K 57363-57368. 

Butch. - Curly. © Feb. 16, 1945; K 57361, 57362. 

Hackney (Winston Myron) 1622 

Transparent glass and plastic drinking glass 
with a colored plastic figure in the full round, 67. 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1945; I 35858. 



Hailey (Sam William) 
Redeeming pulpit, 
1944; J 37597-37599. 



1-3. © 



1623-1625 
1 c. each Dec. 28, 



32 



CLASS H-K 



n o. 2. 1945 



Hambrock (Ida) 1626, 162'< 

United nations uniform, 11440/3. - World traverse 
bag, 124401'(, © 1 c. each Jan, 20, 1945; J 3/592, 
37593. 



Harvey (Fred) 

I'll be seeing you. 



1628 



© Jan. 22, 1945; K 57357. 



Hatton (Willard J.) 1629 

Method of launching a toy glider. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1945; I 35842. 

Hearst consolidated publications, inc. 1630-1653 

Among the casualties. © Feb. 10, 1945; K 57309. 

And it comes out where. © Feb. 14, 1945; K 57353. 

And you not there. © Jan. 23, 1945; K 57223. 

Bloody trail, © Jan. 26, 1945; K 57225. 

Boom-erang, © Jan. 31, 1945; K 57245, 

Bottom of the barrel. © Feb. 16, 1945; K 57369. 

For your returning. © Dec. 22, 1944; K 57254 

Hands across the China Sea. © Feb. 2, 1945; 
K 57250. 

Hasten the day. © Feb, 1, 1945; K 57249. 

If history could repeat. © Feb. 24, 1945; K 57415. 

Little Joe, © Feb. 21, 1945; K 57395. 

Maybe they'll listen to you, Joe. © Feb. 6, 1945; 
K 57273. 

One more for the book, © Feb. 26, 1945; K 57412. 

p.f.f-t-t. © Jan 30, 1945; K 57221. 

Relieving the old guard. © Feb. 20, 1945; K 
57 391 

Scram, bum. © Jan. 24, 1945; K 57224. 

So soUy © Jan. 19, 1945; K 57222, 

Suspense is awful. © Feb. 9, 1945; K 57306, 

These dern Americans. © Jan. 4, 1945; K 57257. 

Unter Den Linden. © Feb. 8, 1945; K 57307. 

Wanted, by the FBI. © Jan. 5, 1945; K 57256. 

Who goes there. © Dec. 23, 1944; K 57253. 

You lucky stiff. © Jan. 3, 1945; K 57255. 

1950 A. B. After Byrnes. © Feb. 27, 1945; K 
57433. 



House of art. 

Friendly welcome, D 702, 
57218. 



© Dec. 18, 



1654 
1944; K 



J V. K. card co. 1655 

Prayers and merits of all good works, including 
communion-mass, on days are being offered for 
your intentions, © Oct. 25, 1944; K 57243. 

Jackson (Thomas Edward) 1656 

Jackson commode clean- out. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1945; 
I 35857. 

Jam Handy picture service, inc. 1657, 1658 

Basic electricity. Applications, part 1, no. 11; 
part 2, no. 12. © Aug. 15, 1941; J 37604, 37605. 

Jamack (Peter J.) 1659 

Amphibious and winged development optional. © 
1 c. Jan, 24, 1945; I 35826. 

Jenkins (Michael Oswald) • 1660 

Long Green Valley, home of Michael Jenkins, in 
1800. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1945; J 37685. 



Jensen ptg. co. 1661 

Minnesota monarch © Feb. 6, 1945; K 57325. , 

Keller (Leo D.) 1662 

Caliper calculator. © Feb. 15, 1945; I 35843. 



Kemper-Thomas co. 

Overland trail; by Arthur E. Becher. 
1945; H 2827. 



1695 

1663 
© Jan. 1, 



Keystone view co. 1664-1666 

Near point visual acuity: 

Binocular, 35522. - Left eye. 35524. 
eye, 35523. © Jan. 13, 1945; I 35797-35799 

Kimball (Winfield A.) 

Method of keeping up pajama coat. © 1 
26, 1945; I 35803. 



Right 



1667 
c. Jan. 



Kimbel (Guy John) 

Selective pressure valve. 
I 35796, 



1668 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1945; 



King features syndicate, inc. 1669-1681 

Annette does the tinsel, Z-274. - Cecile deco- 
rates the mantle, Z 271, - Christmas spirit, Z-273. 

- Start of the tree, Z-272. © Dec. 24, 1944; J 
37611, 37614, 37620, 37622. 

Christmas nears, Z-268. - Maman's gift, Z-270, 

- Santa's helpers, Z-269. © Dec. 15, 1944; J 37615, 
37617, 37621. 

Dionne (Mr. & Mrs.) with family, Z-276. - Joyeux 
Noel, Z-275. - Present for maman, Z-277, © Dec. 
25, 1944; J 37613, 37616, 37623. 

Dionne (Yvonne and Cecile) Z-266. - Oh, fudge! 
Marie, Z-265. - Quints really mean it, Z-267. © 
Dec. 7, 1944; J 37612, 37618, 37619. 

Koch (Louis) 1682 

U - S zone circle. © Dec. 22, 1944; K 57268. 

Kriebel (Anthony W.) & Bates (Fred M.) 1683 

[Sallman's Boy Christ]; by Warner E. Sallman. 
© Jan. 19, 1945; H 2828. 

Laundryowners bureau of Boston, inc. 1684 

Wash your troubles away. No cigarettes. ©Dec. 
4, 1944; I^ 57252, 



MacKenzie (R S.) 

Standard base flashing. 
I 35802. 



© 1 c. Feb. 2, 



1685 
1945; 



McLaughlin (Herbert) 

Fire. - Railroad America. 
J 37689, 37690. 



1686, 1687 
Feb 21, 1945; 



McProud (Charles Gilbert) 1688, 1689 

Hi-fladget. - Lo-fladget. © Feb. 10, 1945; 
I 35822, 35823. • 

Masters on (John) 1690 

We're very happy to invite you to breakfast in 
Hollywood. © Feb, 8, 1945; K 57387. 

Mead Johnson & co. 1691, 1692 

I want more pablum! - Mother's needlework. © 
Jan. 17, 1945; K 57258, 57259. 

Merryman (Lorin R.) 1693, 1694 

Alignment chart for aetermining the total future 

production and decline rate of oil wells. © 1 c. 

Feb. 24, 1945; I 35855 

Alignment chart for determining the total future 

production and productive life of oil wells. © 1 c. 

Mar. 4, 1945; I 358/2. 



Messenger corp. 

[Mary, Queen of Peace-j; by H J Sinkel. 
30, 1944; H 2826. 



1695 
© Dec. 



33 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



IfiSfi. 



Meyer (Adolph N.) 1696 

Planning, action; knowledge. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 
1944; I 35875. 

Miniature ballroom co. 1697 

Fox trot, sections 1 & 2, rhumba box step ana 
Cuban turn. © Dec. 23, 1942; I 357 94. 

Morton (Charlotte A.) 1698 

Patriarch; by C. A. Morton. © Mar. 1, 1945; 
H 2838. 

Murphy (D. P.) co, 1699 

Easter offering. © Jan. 20, 1945; K 57239. 

Murphy (Thos. D.) co 1700-1734 

Beaner. - Bedfellows. - Best of sports. - Bit of 

old England. - Busy little body. - Cherished memory. 

- Dog daze. - Early American, - Ever had this 
happen? - Family matter. - Fleet's in. - Flowers 
are love's language. - Grin and bear it. - Grounded. 

- Help from science. - High cost o' lovin'. - Highway 
to happiness. - Ice box commandos. - Last match. 

- Little Boy Blue. - Little brown church in the vale, 

- Lovely as the rose. - Make us strong to bear our 
burdens, - Mary-go-round. - Merry Christmas. - 
Mutual problem. - Now what? - Opportunist, Pitch 
in. - Rancher's pride. - Shores of Tripoli. - Squawk 
on the radio. - [Touch down] - Village inn. © Dec. 
26, 1944; K 57144-57177. 

Friendship, love and peace. © vec. 26, 1944; 
K 57350. 

National process co., inc. 1735 

Creation. © Jan. 31, 1945; K 57308. 

Order of St. Benedict, inc. 17 36-1741 

Ego te absolvo, L P 11<. © Jan. 11, 1945; 
K 57215. 

Ego te baptizo, L P 116. © Jan. 10, 1945; K 
57216. 

O key of David, L P 121. - Root of Jesse, L P 
120. © Feb. 26, 1945; K 57413, 57414. 

Prayer of faith shall save the sick man, L P 119. 
© Jan. 31, 1945; K 57260. 

What God hath joined together, let no man put 
asunder, L P 118. © Jan. 18, 1945; K 57261. 

Osborne co, 1742-17 77 

Dillar, a dollar, a ten o'clock scholar. - Early 

to bed and early to rise. - Hickory, dickory, dock! 

- Jack and Jill went up a hill. - Little Nancy Etticote 
and her white petticoat, - Mary, Mary, cool and 
airy. - One, two, button my shoe. - Polly put the 
kettle on - See a pin and pick it up. - Sing a song 
of six pence. - There was a little girl, who had a 
little curl. © Jan. 15, 1945; K 57178, 57180, 57184, 
57188, 57190, 57195, 57197, 57^98, 57208, 57210, 
57211. 

Do a good deed every day. - Freedom of speech, 

- Freedom of the press. - Freedom of worship. - 
Investigate before you invest. - It's later than you 
think, - Keep your nose clean, - Look before you 
weep. - Manhood's hope begins with soap. - Mary 
had a little lamb, - Right to grand jury hearing 
before indictment. - Right to keep and bear arms. - 
Right to prompt ana fair trial. - Right to redress of 
grievances - Right to trial by jury in civil suits. 

- Security against excessive bail or punishment. - 
Security from seizure or search without warrant. 

- Security from unjust legal procedure. - Security 
of person and premises.' She who prinks may miss 
the bus - There's always room at the top. - What 



pt. IV, n. s., v. 40 



you aon't know may hurt you, © Jan. 15, 1945; K 
57179, 57181-57183, 57186, 57187, 57189, 57191, 
57193, 57194, 57199-57207, 57209, 57212, 57213. 
How many scents make a holler? - Mail your 
Christmas packages early. - Mend the roof before 
it rains. © Jan. 15, 1945; K 57185, 57192, 57196. 

Owens (Ray W.) 1778-1782 

Alaska aiffusion. - Celestial conflagration. - 

Fairbanks fireworks. - Light fingers. - Light 

twister. © 1 c. each Feb. 15, 1945; J 37606-37610. 

Paine (George Rubin) 1783, 1784 

Pull toy: 

Bird. - Dog. © 1 c. each Jan. 7, 1945; I 35835, 
35836. 

Paine (Robert C.) 1785, 1786 

Radio transmission line chart for calculating 
double matching stubs. Series impedance Rsj-^ 
jXs to equivalent parallel impedance Rp ,£ jXp. © 
1 c. each Feb. 2, 1945; I 35845, 35846. 



Pat & Buck CO. 

Honor roll. © Feb. 6, 1945; K 57322. 



1787 



Plane-craft co. 1788 

Plane-craft catapult glider. © Mar. 5, 1945; 
I 35874. 

Poster stamp press. 1789 

Egg decorations. © Dec. 10, 1944; K 57262. 

Rabbin-Schenkel, inc. 1790 

Word ana picture. © Sept. 11, 1944; K 57265. 

Rabourn (Jewel William) 1791,1792 

Smoother safety razor blade sharpener - hingea 

holding bars on spindles type. © 1 c, Feb. 15, 

1945; I 35829. 

Split spindle safety razor blade holder [anaj 

Split handle safety razor blade holder. © 1 c. Jan. 

17, 1945; I 35766, 

Roach (Charles David) 1 793 

DooQle boat. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1945; I 35859. 

Rohmer (Albert Emil) n, 1794, 1795 

Transportation or marine slide rule. © 1 c. 

Mar. 3, 1945; I 35869. 

24 hour slide rule. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1945; I 35/61. 

Rust craft publishers, inc. 1796-1807 

[John Pike series] 10XP649-10XP660. © Mar. 
1, 1944; K 57310-57321. 

Schneider (E. A.) . 1808-1818 

Bears, 5970. - Children making bubbles, 5975. - 

Christ in the temple, 5979. - Guardian angel, 5973. 

- Men in canoe, 5971 © Feb 14, 1945; K 57399- 

57403, 

Busy day, 5976. - Confidence, 5906. Good 

catch, 5908. - Live wire, 5974 - Paying the penalty, 

5905. - Safe and secure, 5977. © Feb. 14, 1945; K 

57404-57409. 

Sears (Jack) - 1819 

Nightingale of the Psalms, © Dec. 13, 1944; K 
57214. 



Shippers' advisory service. 

Shippers' advisory service. 
K 57240. 



1820 
© Dec. 15, 1944; 



34 



CLASS H-K 



no. 2, 1945 

Smith (James Stafford) 

Stopi consider, life, safety costs little. © 
14, 1945; K 5/352. 



1876 



1821 
Feb. 



Smith (Orsino C.) 1822-1838 

Bead tests with borax ana salt of phosphorus, 7. 
© Jajn, 23, 1945; K 5(422. 
Blow pipe reactions of : 

Aluminum, antimony, arsenic and beryllium on 
charcoal and plaster slabs, 1. - Bismuth, cadmium, 
carbon^ chromium, copper, gola ana iron on char- 
coal and plaster slabs, 2. - Lead^ magnesium, 
manganese and mercury on charcoal and plaster 
slabs, 3, - Mercury, molybaenum, selenium and 
silver on charcoal and plaster slabs, 4. - Silver, 
tellurium, thallium and tin on charcoal and plaster 
slabs, 5. - Tin and zinc on charcoal and plaster 
slabs, and antimony, arsenic, bismuth, cadmium, 
lead, mercury, molybdenum, selenium, tellurium 
and thallium on smoked plaster of paris tablets, 8. 
© Jan. 23, 1945; K 57416-57421. 

Mineral specimens, 8-17. © Jan. 23, 1945; K 
57423-57432. 



Sondey (F.) 

Polish dancers, 372. 
© Feb. 14, 1945; K 57497, 



1839, 1840 
Welcome soldier, 37 8. 
57398. 



Stanley mfg. co. 1841 

Hay, why don't you write, 15G-2221. © Jan. 16, 
1945; K 5(251. 

Straus (Joseph K) 1842-1853 

Airport, Jumbo field, - Barnyard - Fire engine. 

- Gardening. - Indian. - Jumbo circus. - Jumbo 
roaeo. - Little mother. - Locomotive, Jumbo r, r. 

- Noahs ark. -Playhouse, - Steamboat S. S. Jumbo. 
© Feb. 9, 1945i K 57327-5v338. 

Studio Angelico. 1854-1858 

As Christ is risen from the deaa by the glory of 
the Father, so we also may walk in the newness of 
life. St. Paul. - Blessed are the dead, who die in 
the Lord,..Apoc. - Let us go therefore with con- 
fidence to the throne of grace, that we may obtain 
mercy, and fino grace in seasonable aid. St. Paul. 

- Rosa-Mystica. I was exalted, as a rose-plant in 
Jericho. Wisdom. - Virgo Maria. The Word was 
made flesh and dwelt amongst us. St. John. © Dec. 
1, 1944; H 2830-2834. 

Tavella sales co. 1859 

Dualog. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1945; I 35856. 

Teich (Curt) & co., inc. 1860 



Greetings from Americus, Ga., 3B H1636. © 
Sept. 19, 1944; K 57246. 

Tregillus (Harold Gauntlett) 1861 

Graphic structural design. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1945; 
I 35833. 

Troxel (George O.) 1862 

Handle socket for end and box wrench and 2 types 
of torque wrench handles. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1945; 
I 35867. 

United States rubber co. 1863 

Plug check. © Dec. 12, 1944; K 57270. 

Villasefior (David Villanueva) 1864 

Latex rubber model of human brain. © 1 c. Feb. 
1, 1945, I 35764. 



Von Hoffmann press. 

First fire. © Dec. 31, 1944; K 5/220. 



1865 



Vroman (H.E.) 1866, 1867 

Rock fantasia. © Dec. 15, 1944; J 37687. 
Smiling skies. © Nov. 10, 1944; J 37688. 

Walker (E. H.) 1868 

Walker third rail construction. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 
1945; I 35646. 

Wallace (Robert Stephen) 1869 

Draft-o-graph. © Jan. 3> 1945; I 3583B. 

Warnock (Hamilton J.) 1870 

Fly tying cabinet. © Feb. 1, 1945; I 35800. 

Wenzlick (Roy) & co. 1871 

Background for post-war real estate planning. 
© Feb. 6, 1945; I 35861. 

Western air lines, inc. 1872 

Indian nocturne. © Dec. 15, 1944; K 57271. 

Whitson (L. R.) 1873 

Underground oil mining. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1945; 
I 35848. 

Wiggenville & South LoewU improvement assn. 

1874, 1875 
Tribute to our loved ones. - Victory park. © 
Aug. 28, 1944; J 37601, 37602. 

Zieman (Ann) 1876 

Sunrise on Lake Tahoe. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1945; 
J 37600. 



Number of entries in class H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Reproductions of works of art (including 4 one-copy entries) 34* 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (including 126 one-copy entries)- 252 

Pnotographs (including 35 one-copy entries) 132 

Prints ana pictorial illustrations (inducing 72 contributions to periodicals and other one-copy 

entries) — - - — 588 

Total - — — 1,006 



35 



COMMERCIAL PRINTS 



Ablon (Meyer H.), d. b. a. Ablon no-mo- moth co., 
Dallas. 18V7 

America's largest mothproofer of hotel carpets. 

For mothproofing compound. © Dec. 1, 1944; KK 

29627. 

Ablon no-mo-moth co. See Ablon (Meyer H.); d. b. 
a. Ablon no- mo- moth co. 

Advertisers' service div., inc., New York. 18(8 
See the stars. For bread. © Jan. 2, 1945; KK 
29626. 

American stove co. , Cleveland, 1879 

We have planned new kitchen freedom for you 
For gas range. © Jan. 19, 1945; KK 29656. 

Andrew co, , Chicago. 1880 

Andrew rhombic antenna coupling transformer - 
coaxial plugs ana jacks. For transformers, plugs 
& jacks. © Dec. 29, 1944; KK 29494. 

Armour & co., Chicago. 1881-1885 

For meat: 

Armour's star on this sweet, tender ham 
promises you the pick of the pack. © Jan. 5, 1945; 
KK 29805. 

In our town. © Jan. 28, 1945; KK 2977 /. 

Social aspects of business. © Dec. 29, 1944; 
KK 29776. 

Social aspects of business. Armour's star 
on this sugar-cured, slow-smoked bacon. © Dec. 
27, 1944; KK 29631. 

Social aspects of business. Treet is the meat. 
© Jan. 14, 1945; KK 29632. 

Associated distributors, Chicago. 1886 

For ten pretty fingers and ten little toes. For 
nail polish. © May 22, 1944; KK 297 91. 

Associated distributors, inc., Chicago. 1887-1894 
For nail polish: 

Change your nails into brilliant jewels. © Nov. 
10, 1944; KK 29793. 

jChange your nails into brilliant jewels. © 
Nov. 15, 1944; KK 29794. 

Changeyournai'.s intobrilliantjewels. © Nov. 
29, 1944; KK 297 96. 

Chen Yu, the fashion for the American mii;^. 
© Dec 29, 1944; KK 29799. 

Chen Yu's 3 precious sapphires. © Oct. 31, 
1944; KK 29792. 

Give your nails and lips a beauty thrill. © 
Dec. 15, 1944; KK 29797, 

Give your nails and lips a beauty thrill. © 
Dec 17, 1944; KK 29798. 

Nails and lips of frozen fire. © Nov.-28, 1944; 
KK 29795. 

Atlas powder co., Wilmington, Del. 1895 

It's a thrill to eat a cookie, when it looks and 
tastes like one. For chemicals & explosives. © 
Dec. 23, 1944; KK 29750. 



Automatic alarm Corp., Minneapolis. 



1896 



Automatic alarm trade mark. For burglar, fire 
& hold HP alarms. © Jan. 22, 1945; KK 29763. 

Bailey film service, Los Angeles. 1897 

Your school can show complete film programs 
at low cost. For motion picture films. © Nov. 22, 
1944; KK 29480. 

Baldwin locomotive works, Philadelphia. 1898 

Specifications S-60 Sonntag universal testing 
machines. Bulletin 212. For testing machines. © 
Jan. 18^ 1945; KK 29610. 

Barbizon Corp., New York. 1899, 1900 

Special edition of Barbizon ad mats! For mats. 

© Dec. 27, 1944; KK 29759. 

Your Barbizon fitting guide. For slips. © Dec. 

27, 1944; KK 29566. 

Bell aircraft corp., Buffalo. 1901 

Producing wing spars on short order. For air- 
craft. © Jan. 14, 1945; KK 29715, 

Bendix aviation Corp., Detroit, Teterboro, N. J. 

1902-1909 
Creative engineering unveils the real voice of 
radio. For radio & radio phonographs. © Jan. 17, 
1945; KK 29601, 

For aircraft instruments: 

Installation instructions. Dual manifola pres- 
sure autosyn indicator. © Dec, 14, 1944; KK 29646. 
Installation instructions. Fuel flow autosyn 
transmitter. © Dec, 12, 1944; KK 29645* 

Installation instructions. Rate of climb indi- 
cator. © Dec. 29, 1944; KK 29605, '^ 

Installation instructions. Turn and bank indi- 
cator. © Dec. 29, 1944; KK 29606. 

Instructions for installation, operation and 
maintenance. Sensitive altimeter. © Dec. 15, 1944; 
KK 29607. 

Installation instructions. Driftmeter 2. For op- 
tical instrument, © Jan, 12, 1945; KK 29608. 
Installation instructions. Rate of climb indicator. 
For flight instrument, © Dec. 15, 1944; KK 29647, 

Berkshire knitting mills, Reading, Pa. 1910 

Stocking colors, spring, 1945. © Jan. 15, 1945; 
KK29<88. 

Besicr Corp., Emeryville, Calif. 1911 

Beslerhigh pressure triplex pumps. For pumps. 
© Oct. 10, 1944; KK 29677. 

Best & CO., inc.. New York. 1912-1936 

Bright black new synthetic patent. For misses 
bag. © Jan. 17, 1945; KK 29619. 

Corduroy and cotton knit. For little boy's knit 
suit & corduroy. © Jan. 24, 1945; KK 29772. 

For healthful feet and long wear. Best-flex, a 
Best exclusive, America's most famous quality 
shoes for children. For children's shoes. © Jan. 
12, 1945; KK 29502. 

For misses dresses- 

Best's exclusive shirtmakers stand for quality 
fabrics, perfect tailoring, comfortable fit. © Jan. 
7, 1945; KK 29497. 



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n o. 2. 1945 



Young navy for now and later. © Jan. 7, 1945; 
KK 29498. 

For misses hats 

Fine feathers pretty ana flattering. © Jan. 25, 
1945; KK 297V1. 

Young slant on sailors. © Jan. 12, 1945; KK 
29503. 

For misses jacket & shirt- 
Tweed separates. © Jan, 10, 1945; KK 29500. 
Useful and smart— the white jacket. © Jan. 12, 
1945; KK 29501. 
w For misses suit: 

Cardigan suit in C-1 wool serge. © Jan. 18, 
1945; KK 29620. 

Gray wool for a wearable suit-dress. © Jan. 
25, 1945; KK 29/73. 

New soft suit in pure silk tussah. ® Jan. 15, 
1945; KK 29617. 

Fresh rayon stripes that stay fresh. Everfast's 
mistysheer. The good wool Chesterfield. For misses 
dress & coat. © Jan. 20, 1945; KK 29622. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. A rayon 
satin quilt. Smart and sturdy, the boxy bag in moroc- 
co. For misses hand bag, baby quilt. © Dec. 19, 
1944; KK 29140. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. A replica 
of big sister's, this reversible raincoat. For little 
girls raincoat. © Jan. 9, 1945; KK 29499. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar, A very 
small boy looks fresh and crisp in fine, everfast 
cotton.. For little boy's suit. ® Jan. 16, 1945; KK 
29618. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. All tucked 
into a sturdy, warm snowsuit and ready for healthy, 
outdoor play. For children's snowsuits. © Jan. 23, 
1945; KK 297/0. 

Long-sleeved playsuit in pastel stripes. For 
misses playsuit. © Jan, 20, 1945; KK 29623. 

New young suit-dress with bow peplum. For 
misses dress. © Jan. 18, 1945; KK 29621. 

Salem tweeds Best's hand-woven exclusives de- 
signed for young cosmopolitans. Oxford for boys 
and girls in white or tan. For boys & girls shoes & 
young cosmopolitan suits. ©Jan, 26, 1945; KK 
29774. 

Sisters dress alike in exclusive cotton prints, by 
California converters. For little girls dresses. © 
Jan. 20, 1945; KK 29625. 

Smartfor 'teen-agers, hound's tooth checks. For 
girl's suit. © Jan. 26, 1945; KK 29775. 

Welcome, little stranger. For baby clothes. © 
Jan. 14, 1945; KK 29616. 

V ool gabardine for young cosmopolitans. For 
junior miss suit. © Jan. 20, 1945; KK 29624. 

Youngwearable checks. For misses suits, slacks, 
junior miss suit, little girl's coats. © Jan. 21, 1945; 
KK 29769. 

Best foods, inc.. New York. 1937 

Your shoes are showing. For shoe polish. © Jan. 
14, 1945; KK 29571. 

Blatz brewing co., Milwaukee 1938, 1939 

For beer: 

Good taste is always welcome. © Dec. 6, 1944; 
KK 29689. 

Make a date with good taste © Jan. 3, 1945; 
KK 29690 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N. J. 1940-1950 

For fabrics- 

Botany proves that the fabric Is the soul of the 
suit. © Oct. 15, 1943; KK 29823. 



1970 



Botany proves that the fabric is the soul of the 
suit. Leading retailers in almost every important 
city. © Oct. 27, 1943; KK 29824. 

For fabrics, clothing, yarns & cosmetics: 

Botany. © Jan. 15, 1945; KK 29697. 

Botany. © Jan. 23, 1945; KK 29829. 

Botany. New worlds to conquer and always 
ready to go in Botany fabrics. © Jan. 24, 1945; KK 
29828. 

Botany starts in kindergarten. © Sept. 20, 
1943; KK 29820. 

Hard to get! Botany robes for men. © Dec. 
3, 1943; KK 29826. 

When you sew, tag along with Botany certified 
fabrics. © Sept. 21, 1943; KK 29821, 
For neckties: 

Botany wrinkle-proof ties. America's national 
gift. © Nov. 15, 1943; KK 29825. 

Botany wrinkle-proof ties last longer. © Oct. 

6, 1943; KK 29822. 

Merry Xmas. Botany Wrinkle-proof ties. © 
Dec. 10, 1943; KK 29827. 

Briggs mfg. Co., Detroit. 1951 

It's been done over a hundred times! For plumb- 
ing ware. © Nov. 19, 1944; KK 29728. 

C. M. S. wholesale chain Corp., Brooklyn. 1952 

Victory value! Quick action special. For variety 
chain store merchandise. © Dec. 6, 1944; KK 
29651. 

Celanese corp. of America, New York. 1953 

If you don't see what you want - ask synthetics. 

For Celanese textiles, plastics, chemicals. © Jan. 

7, 1945; KK 29657. 

Centennial flouring mills co., Seattle. 1954, 1955 
Celia Lee's Centennial treat. Butterscotch chews. 

For cake flour. © Dec. 20, 1944; KK 29548. 

Celia Lee's Centennial treat, Delicious orange 

rolls. For flour. © Dec. 27, 1944; KK 29549. 

City pattern foundi7 & machine co., Detroit. 1956 
Casting about for a suitable holiday message. For 
metal castings & patterns. © Dec. 6, 1944; KK 
29521, 

Clairol, inc., Stamford, Conn. 1957-1959 

For hair tint: 

Do's and don'ts of selling Clairol. © Dec. 26, 
1944; KK 29577. 

Same woman! © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 29578. 

We want to pay you $100 if you don't want 
gray hair. © Nov. 12, 1944; KK 29495. 

Clorox chemical co., Oakland, Calif. 1960-1963 

For household bleach & disinfectant- 
Busy as you may be don't neglect home health 
protection! © Nov. 29, 1944; KK 29701. 

Clorox- clean kitchens, important in food pro- 
tection! Health protection! © Nov. 12, 1944; KK 
29699. 

Clorox- clean washbasins for greater health 
protection! © Nov. 26, 1944; KK 29700. 

Lessen washtub wear on linens with Clorox 
extra-gentle bleaching! © Dec. 17, 1944; KK 29702. 

Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 1964-1970 

For soft drink: 

Greetings, brother, have a Coca-cola. Cros- 
sing the equator. © Dec. 28, 1944; KK 29815. 



37 



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1971 



pt IV, n. s., V. 40 



Have a Coca-cola = Esoes! That's the ticket! 
Costa Rica, © Dec. 19, 1944; KK 29814, 

Have a coke, on with the dance, Jitterbugs. © 
Dec. 28, 1944; KK 29816. 

Have a coke = welcome, friend. Two arms and 
glass. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 29714. 

Que gran vida, amigos! Have a coke. What a 
life, pals! Panama no. 3. © Jan. 9, 1945; KK 29817. 

You're my kind, have a Coca-cola. West coast 
store. © Jan. 16, 1945; KK 29818. 

You're my kind, have a Coca-cola. West coast 
store. © Jan. 17, 1945; KK 29819, 

Cream of wheat Corp., Minneapolis. 1971 

Picto quiz. Everybody's having fun at the winter 

carnival. For cereal breakfast food. © Jan. 7,1945; 

KK 29552. 

>>. 

Cudahy packing co., Chicago. 1972 

Tests prove Old Dutch cleanser cleans 97 more 

washbowls per can than any other leading cleanser. 

For cleanser. © Dec. 20, 1944; KK 29809. 

Culver aircraft Corp., Wichita. 1973-1975 

For airplanes: 

Culver worth waiting for! You don't hear me 
apologizing! © Nov. 10, 1944; KK 29783. 

Worth waiting for! If the world is waiting for 
a sunrise. © July 10, 1944; KK 29782. 

Worth waiting for news, no. 1 - utility. ©Dec. 
10, 1944; KK 29784. 

Curtiss-Wright corp.. New York. 1976-1980 

For airplanes: 

Bond. © Nov. 17, 1944; KK 29725. 

Debt. © Aug. 30, 1944; KK 29722. 

Eastern air lines chooses the Curtiss com- 
mando! © Oct. 4, 1944; KK 29723. 

Focus-cat. © Oct. 13, 1944; KK 29724. 

Look to the sky, America - the new Boeing 
B-29 is in action! © June 16, 1944; KK 29557. 

Daggett & Ramsdell, New York 1981 

Gifts with a future. For cosmetics. © Oct. 8, 
1943; KK 29692. 

Dailey mills, inc., Binghamton, N. Y. 1982 

New-s ! For animal & poultry feeds & feed identi- 
fication tags. © Jan. 2, 1945; KK 29758. 

Daprato statuary co., Chicago. 1983 

Devotional interior. For church furnishings. © 
Jan. 23, 1945; KK 29751. 

Davison chemical Corp., Baltimore. 1984-1986 

For chemicals: 

Bombardment of Fort McHenry. © Dec. 25, 
1944; KK 29604. 

Conquering climate, time and distance. © Nov. 
25, 1944; KK 29603. 

How to use surface area. © Oct. 25, 1944; KK 
29602. 

Decca records, inc., New York. 1987 

Millions were listening for music they couldn't 
hear. For records. © Jan. 7, 1945; KK 29479. 

Detroit industrial products co,, Detroit. 1988 

America's most rugged adjustable machine light. 
Bulletin no. 45-X. For lights for industrial machin- 
ery. © Jan. 18, 1945; KK 29666, 



Dick (A. B.) CO., Chicago. 1989 

Mimeograph hard-set inks. For stencil dupli- 
cators & supplies. © Dec. 19, 1944; KK 29563. 

Dinsley (Alfred), d. b. a. Western colloids, Glendale, 
Calif. 1990 

Apparatus for research. For research apparatus. 

© Dec, 15, 1944; KK 29694. 

Diversey corp., Chicago. 1991 

Diversol. For bactericide disinfectant. © Dec. 

1, 1944; KK 29804, • 

Drackett co., Cincinriati. 1992 

Rime to remember come cold December. For 
liquid to clean window panes. © Nov. 17, 1944; KK 
29588. 

Dri-kleen co., Chicago. 1993 

Usability - that's what sells. For cleaning com- 
pound. © Jan. 8, 1945; KK 29685. 

DuMont (Allen B.) laboratories, inc., New York. 

1994-1997 
For electronic equipment & television: 

Are you ready for television? © Jan. 2, 1945; 
KK 29652. 

Are you ready for television? © Jan. 4, 1945; . 
KK 29691. 

Prize is ours, the honor yours, © Dec. 22, 
1944; KK 29654. • 

Television quiz for prospective station owners. 
© Jan, 3, 1945; KK 29493. . 

Durham mfg. corp,, Muncie, Ind. 1998 

Here's to happy days ahead! For metal furniture. 
© Jan. 11, 1945; KK 30147, 

Durkee famous foods, filmhurst, L. I., N. Y. 

1999, 2000 
For oleomargarine: 

Yummy, Margie! What makes these biscuits 
so delicious? I make 'em and serve 'em with Dur-' 
kee's margarine! © Jan. 28, 1945; KK 29679. 

Yummy, Margie! Wliat makes these biscuits 
so delicious? I make 'em and serve 'em with 
Durkee'* troco! © Jan. 28, 1945; KK 29680. 

Exhibit supply co., Chicago. 2001, 2002 

For cards sold by means of vending machines: 

Magnetic thermometer. © Jan, 9, 1945; KK 
29531. 

Tattle tale wheel of romance. © Jan. 9, 1945; 
KK 29530, 

Firestone tire & rubber co., Akron, O. 2003, 2004 
Report to America on synthetic rubber. For 

butaprene synthetic rubber. © July 17, 1943; KK 

29754. 

Tire of tomorrow is here today. For tires. © 

Aug. 9, 1943; KK 29753. 

General consumer products, inc., Chicago. 2005 
High note for spring houseware selling. For 
coffee brewer, coffee percolator. © Jan. 18, 1945; 
KK 29642. 

General electric co., Schenectady, N. Y. 2006, 2007 
For welding equipment, 

Diesel-driven G-E arc welder, 400-ampere 
size with self-starter, GEA-3590A. © Nov. 24, 1944; 
KK 29477. 



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Engine-driven arc welaer, 200-ampere size. 
Stripped-down model, GEA-3584A. © Nov. 22, 1944; 
KK 294/8. 

General mills, inc., Minneapolis. 2008 

This Christmas. For food products, © Dec. 12, 
" KK 29693 



1944; 



2009-2012 



Granat bros., San Francisco, 
For diamond rings- 

Diamond wedding rings. ® Feb. 4, 1945; KK 
30144. 

Granat diamonds to glorify her joyous Christ- 
mas. © Dec. 17, 1944; KK 29484= 

Presentingbrilliant and emerald cut solitaires 
in Granat matchmates. © Jan, 14, 1945; KK 29790. 

Solitaires by Granat, demonstrating unsur- 
passed value-giving at $250. ® Jan. 28, 1945; KK 
30145. 

Gray (Dorothy) ltd., New York. 2013 

You should have seen the look in Andy's eyes. 
For cosmetics. © Jan. 19, 1945; KK 29650. 

Gruen watch co., New York. 2014-2020 

For watches: 

For a minute I was home and it was Christmas 
day! © Oct. 21, 1945; KK 29'<18. 

New watch that's thin as a wafer and big as 
the world: © Nov. 5, 1943; KK 29711, 

Our hopes for 1945. © Jan. 3, 1945; KK 29721. 

Perspective from Time Hill. © Dec. 7, 1944; 
KK 29720. 

Precision is a millionth of a wink! © Nov. 1, 
1944; KK 29719. 

Watch that won the right to the word precision. 
© Oct. 19, 1944; KK 29653. 

Your voice in the wind, I could hear it so 
plain. © Nov. 26, 1943; KK 29716. 



Gump (S. & G.) CO., San Francisco. 
Memo today. For art goods. © 
KK 29/29, 



Nov. 



2021 
15, 1944; 



Hanley Qames) co.. Providence. 2022 

Snack parties are fun! For ale. © Jan. 25, 1945; 
KK 29813. 

Henry, Leonard & Thomas, New York. 2023-2026 
For pipes; 

For men who really know pipes. In every walk 
of life it's that little more that brings success. © 
Nov. 15, 1943; KK 29749. 

For men who really know pipes. It's that 
little more that brings success in life. © Nov, 1, 
1943; KK 29748. 

For men who really know pipes. Men who are 
pipe enthusiasts usually makeroyalton their prefer- 
ence. © Oct. 18, 1943; KK 29747. 

For men who really know pipes. Royalton to 
enrich his hours at the hearth. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 
29746. 

Holmes & Edwards div. International silver co. See 
International silver co. Holmes & Edwards div. 

House of vision, Chicago. 2027-2034 

For glasses: 

Bifocals soon second nature. © Nov. 30, 1944; 
KK 29708. 

Did you decide to dislike bifocals ? © Dec. 11, 
1944; KK 29710, 



2054 



Maybe it's you not your bifocals. © Jan. 2, 
1944; KK 29703. 

No need to stumble wearing bifocals. © Jan. 
5, 1944; KK 29704. 

There isn't an all-purpose bifocaL © Dec, 4, 
1944; KK 29709, 

There's no one who can't wear bifocals. © 
Nov. 27, 1944; KK 29707. 

We help you learn to like bifocals. © Nov. 
20, 1944; KK 29706. 

You, too, can be bifocal-happy. © Jan. 8, 1944; 
KK 29705. 

Hyde Park breweries assn., inc., St. Louis. 

2035, 2036 
For alcholic beverage: 

Extra good, because it's extra-aged! Open 
season. © Oct, 9, 1944; KK 29590. 

Extra good, because it's extra-aged! Raking 
leaves. © Oct. 4, 1944; KK 29589. 

Industrial tape Corp., New Brunswick, N. J. 2037 
Army navy scrapbook from the men in the service 
for the folks back home. For adhesive tape. © Sept. 
24, 1943; KK 29761. 

Inland rubber Corp., Chicago. 2038, 2039 

For tire repair materials: 

Make your vulcanized repairs the strongest 

part of the tire, IA-7003. © Jan. 9, 1945; KK 29553. 

This sign on your shop or station means you 

too can make vulcanized sectional repairs, lA- 7 004. 

© Jan. 9, 1945; KK 29554. 



International cellucotton products co. 



Chicago. 
2040-2042 



For kleenex: 
Little Lulu. 
Little Lulu. 
Little Lulu. 



© Nov. 5, 1944; KK 29755. 
© Dec. 3, 1944; KK 29756. 
© Dec. 31, 1944; KK 29757. 



International silver co., Meriden, Conn. 2043-2045 
For sterling silverware- 

Love story of you. © Nov. 15, 1944; KK 29586. 

Merry Christmas, Darling, wherever you are. 
© Dec. 1, 1944; KK 29587. 

Somehow, I just want to go home. © Oct. 20, 
1944; KK 29585. 

International silver co. Holmes & Edwards div,, 
Meriden, Conn. 2046 

He won'thurtyou. For sterling inlaid silverplate. 

© Jan. 17, 1945; KK 29803. 

Interwoven stocking co.. New Brunswick, N. J. 

2047-2054 
For men's socks: 

Christmas is coming, © Dec. 4, 1944; KK 
29488. 

Christmas is coming. © Dec. 11, 1944; KK 
29490. 

Christmas is coming. © Dec. 11, 1944; KK 
29491. 

Interwoven hi-lo leg length, short socks. © 
Nov. 30, 1944; KK 29485. 

This is no time for fooling around! © Dec. 4, 
1944; KK 29486. 

This is no time for fooling around! © Dec. 6, 
1944; KK 29489. 

You can'tbeat Interwoven socks for Christmas. 
© Dec, 4, 1944; KK 29487. 

You can't beat Interwoven socks for Christmas. 
© Dec. 20, 1944; KK 29492. 



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Ja(iuet, inc., New York, 2055 

Will you face tlie first spring sunshine with a 
vibrant young look? For cosmetics, © Feb. 1, 
1945; KK 30149, 

Johnson (Frederic H.), d. b. a. Spice Islands co., 
San Francisco. 2056, 2057 

For spices: 

Spice Islands family. © Aug. 17, 1944; KK 
29558. 

Spice Islands memorable barbecues, © Oct. 
Vi, 1944; KK 29628. 

Johnson (Walter H.) candy co., Chicago. . 2058-2060 
For candy: 

Don't lose your spirit, ma'am. © Jan. 8, 1945; 
KK 29547. 

Keep your chin up, ma'am. © Jan. 2, 1945; 
KK 29517. 

-Hang on to your hat, ma'am. For candy bar. © 
Jan. 16, 1945; KK 29684. 

Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, N. J. 2061 

How many items in your hospital have no upkeep 
cost? For surgical pads. © Dec. 20, 1944; KK 
29781. 

Kahn (David) inc.. North Bergen, N. J. 2062-2064 
For fountain pens & mechanical pencils: 

Wearever aims, © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 29667. 
Wearever Zenith. © Jan. 10, 1945; KK 29664. 
Wearever Zenith. © Jan. 31, 1945; KK 30143. 

Kaplan (Harry G.), d. b. a. Veribest gas range, 

Brooklyn. 2065 

Bakewell oven plate. For oven plate. © May 31, 

1944; KK 29779. 

Kidde (Walter) & co., inc.. New York. 2066 

Built-in bus fire protection. For fire extinguish- 
ing system. © Jan. 22, 1945; KK 29686. 

Kraft cheese co., Chicago. 2067, 2068 

For cheese: 

You can depend on Kraft quality. © Dec. 13, 
1944; KK 29734. 

You can depend on Kraft quality. © Jan. 15, 
1945; KK 29735. 

Lkmont watch corp.. New York. 2069 

Lamont, the protected watch. For watches. © 
. Jan. 28, 1945; KK 29808. 

Lehn & Fink products corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

207J-2074 
For cosmetics- 

Handy advice by Arlene Francis. Broken 
hearts made Wee new! © Jan. 23, 1945; KK 29752. 
Tussy wind and weather lotion. © Jan, 6, 1945; 
^, KK 29649. 

For disinfectant. 

Found- A second honeymoon. © July 17,1944; 
KK 29575. 

Practical plan to help relieve the doctor short- 
age. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 297 89. 

Toothsome? He's a canteen Casanova! For 
tooth powder. © Aug. 7, 1944; KK 29576. 



Lenthetric, inc., New York. 2075, 2076 

For perfume: 

Bientot Lentheric. Lentheric perfumes. © 
Jan. 16, 1945; KK 29810. 



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Tweed Lentheric perfumes. © Jan. 31, 1945; 
KK 30135. 

Liebmann breweries, inc., Brooklyn. 2077-2084 
For alcoholic beverage: 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer! © Nov. 
20, 1944; KK 29580. 

My beer is Rheingold - the dry beer! Says 
Harry Conover. © Oct. 9, 1944; KK 29635. 

My beer is Rheingold - the dry beer! Says 
Jane House, Miss Rheingola, 1944. © Sept. 24, 1944; 
KK 29672. 

My beer is Rlieingold - the ary beer! Says 
Jane House, Miss Rheingold, 1944. © Oct. 15, 1944; 
KK 29636. 

My beer is Rheingola - the dry beer! Says 
Jane House, Miss Rheingold, 1944. © Oct. 29, 1944; 
KK 29638. 

My beer is Rheingold - the dry beer! Says 
Miss Rheingold, 1944. © Sept. 25, 1944; KK 29634. 

My beer is Rheingold - the dry beer! Says 
Miss Rheingold, 1944. © Oct. 23, 1944; KK 29637. 

My beer is Rheingold - the dry beer! Says 
Miss Rheingold, 1944. © Nov. 7, 1944; KK 29639. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co.,New York. 2085-2091 
For cigarettes: 

Here you sit and in I walk and say, your slip- 
pers and your Chesterfielos, sir. © Jan. 15, 1945; 
KK 29615. 

In New York it's Chesterfield and back of it 
all is Chesterfield's right combination. © Jan. 19, 
1945; KK 29765. 

Only one factor is important in choosing a 
cigarette. © Jan. 4, 1945; KK 29612. 

Pacific billboard. © Jan. 14, 1945; KK 29614. 

Touch Skenk says, with us, it's Chesterfield. 
© Jan. 11, l'^45; KK 29613. 

Tough Spotts says, with us, it's Chesterfield. 
© Jan. 18, 1945; KK 29764. 

Load up with Granger. For Granger tobacco. 
© Jan. 1, 1945; KK 29611. 

Linde air products co., New York. 2092 

PresttO-lite modern, efficient torches for all 
soldering, brazing and heating requirements. For 
soldering irons & torches. © Dec. 6, 1944; KK 
29633. 

MacPherson refining co., Van Dyke, Mich. 2093 
hazel Park will give MacPherson 18 more miles 
of roads in '45! For asphalt. © Jan. 18, 1945; KK 
29760, 

Marshall (C. & E.) co., Chicago. 2094 

Start the new year right. For jewelers' supplies. 
© Jan. 13, 1945; KK 29551, 

Masonite Corp., Chicago. 2095-2097 

Fill a log with air to make a blanket! For Mason- 
ite cell-U-blanket. © May 17, 1944; KK 29766. 

You ride with Masonite hardboards. For Mason- 
ite hardboaras. © Nov. 24, 1944; KK 29767. 

Your new world - and Masonite hardboards. For 
hardboaras. © Jan. 3, 1945; KK 29768. 

Melikov (Maison F.) Chicago. 2098 

Enchanting hour. L'heure d'enchantement. For 
perfiime. © Jan. 6, 1945; KK 29785. 

Merit clothing co., inc., Mayfield, Ky. 2099 

Sturdy iron tone worsteds, made of quality wool 
in perfect year 'round weight. For men's clothing. 
© Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30148. 



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Merriam (G. &. C.) co., Springfield, Mass. 

2100, 2101 
For dictionaries 

Circle ana monogram. Nov., 1944. © Nov. 8, 
1944; KK 29519. 

Circle ana monogram. Jan., 1945. © Jan. 5, 
1945; KK 29520. 

I. icro switch Corp., Freeport, III. 2102, 210S 

For precision electric switches- 

Four-pole aouble- throw switch by Micro 
switch corporation. S May 22, 194S; KK 296(3. 

Micro switch temp cop for automatic control 
■D Mar 20, 1944; KK 2967 4. 

Minnesota mining & mfg co , St, Paul. 2104 

it"Q be a snap with Scotch tape! For Scotch cel- 
lulose tape, e Dec 16, 1944; KK 294'/9. 

Motor wheel corp., Lansing, Mich. 2105-2109 

For QUO- therm heaters- 

Going places together and the extra profits go 
to you' © Dec. 18, 1944; KK 29584. 

Now available for essential civilian needs, 
© Oct. 31, 1944; KK 29592, 

Now available, these full-page consumer aos 
© Nov 20, 1944; KK 29582. 

They go together and the extra profits go to 
you! © Oct. 16, 1944; KK 29581. 

You can get it now. © Dec. 6, 1944; KK 29583. 

National cylinaer gas co., Chicago. 2110 

Rego welding ana cutting apparatus price list. 
For welaing <i cutting apparatus. ® Jan, 15, 1945; 
KK 29V 86. 

National key shops, Cleveland. 2111, 2112 

4 fast- moving staple items. For keys, key rings, 

bib washers. © Dec. 5, 1944; KK 29630. 

150,000,000 keys per year. For key duplicating 

machine. © uec. 6, 1944; KK 29629. 

North (George O.) Minneapolis. 211S 

For tioy kias use oilon bibs. For bibs. © Jan- 
10, 1945; KK 29801. 

Northern paper mills. Green Bay, Wis. 2114 

It's still good business to brighten your store with 
a big Northern diSDlay. For toilet tissue. © Sept.. 
29, 1944; KK 29591. 

Northwestern yeast co. , Chicago 2115 

Here's how to insure your baking success. For 
yeast. © Jan. 6, 1945; KK 29508. 

Overhead Qoor corp , Hartford City.Ind. 2116, 2117 
For overhead doors: 

Doors that do more. © Nov. 1, 1944; KK 
29562. 

For the new year. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 30146. 

Pabst brewing co. , Miilwaukee. 2118-2123 

For beer- 
Attention! Bowling proprietors! S Sept. 10, 

1944: KK 29'<12. 

Bowl over the Axis. © Oct. 10, 1943; KK 

29(11. 

Mrs. Smith shops. © Apr. 5,1943; KK 29658. 
There's profit to ada. © Aug. 5, 1943; KK 

29659. 

Throckmorton Ploop was a frightful old bore. 

r uec. 1, 1944; KK 29660. 



lOtli annual reunion and homecoming. © Nov. 
10, 1944; KK 29(13 

Parker pen co., Janesville, Wis. 2124, 2125 

For fountain pen ink- 
New kina of ink safeguaros pens in 4 ways! © 

Dec. 6, 1944; KK 29/38. 

New-type ink keeps pens trouble-free! ©Jan, 

5, 1945; KK 29(39 

Pepsi-cola co. , Long Island City, N. Y. 2126 

Pepsi the Pepsi cola cop. Pepsi and the taffy. 
For bottled beverage. © Jan 7, 1945; KK 29518. 

Pillsbury mills, inc., MunneapoUs. 2127-2132 

For flour- 
Coffee cake with a cherry chuckle of color. 

© Nov. 1(, 1944; KK 29742. 

For Janu-weary appetites, that Pillsbury 4- 

kernel flavor. © Jan. 8, 1945; KK 29744. 

He's cominghome. © Jan. 13, 1945; KK 29745. 
Pillsbury's famous 4-kernels go nautical and 

nice. © Nov 20, 1944; KK 29743. 

4-kernel college of good-eatin' knowledge. © 

Oct. 23. 1944; KK 29741. 

Pillsbury's famous 4-kernels redecorate their 

home. For flour advertising. © Sept. 25, 1944; KK 

29(40. 

Royal typewriter co., inc., New York. 2133, 2134 
For carbon papers & ribbons: 

I wouldn't do that again. © Sept. 29, 1944; KK 
29640. 

Why do I always give men the wrong impres- 
sion? © Nov. 1(, 1944; KK 29641. 

Schering corp , Bloomfield, N. J. 2135-2138 

Facts on pranone. For pranone © Oct. 30, 
1944; KK 29506. 

Not a test tube estrogen. For estinyl. © Dec. 8, 
1944; KK 29507. 

Spontaneous abortion, A preventable disaster 
with proluton and pranone. For prokiton& pranone. 
© Sept. 28, 1944; KK 29504. 

Strength, endurance with Oreton. For oreton. © 
Oct. 30, 1944; KK 29505. 

Schlitz (Jos.) brewing co., Milwaukee. 2139-2146 
For beer: 

Ah-h - just ze kiss of ze hops. © Jan. 7, 1944 
KK 29527. 

It's something different. © Oct. 11, 1943 
KK 29524. 

It's something different. © Mar. 31, 1944 
KK 29529. 

Just the kiss of the hops. © Sept. 13, 1943 
KK 29523. 

Memories of a kiss. © Feb. 4, 1944; KK 
29528. 

Pioneering since 1849. © Dec. 24^ 1943; KK 
29526. 

Yeats of no bitterness. © Nov. 8, 1943; KK 
29525. 

You don't have to wait until after the war. © 
Aug. 9, 1943; KK 29522. 

Scholl mfg. CO , inc., Chicago. 2147 

Presto pad placer For instrument for placing 

metatarsal pads in shoes. © Jan, 1, 1945; KK 29671. 

Sealed power corp., Muskegon, Mich. 2148 

You can't stretch ration coupons. For piston 
rings. © Jan. 17, 1945; KK 29644. 



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Seven-up co., St. Louis. 
For soft drink: 

Fresh up - keep smiling! © Dec. 15, 1944- 
KK 29783 

Get in the season's mood, fresh up! © Nov. 
15, 1944; KK 29732. 

Sheaffer (W. A.) pen co.. Fort Madison, la. 

2151-2159 
For writing equipment: 

Departure in pen engineering. © Nov. 24, 1944- 
■ KK 29540. 

Exclusively yours. © Nov. 25, 1944: KK 
29536. 

Functional beauty! © Nov. 29, 1944; KK 29537, 

Giant among pen points! © Nov. 17, 1944; KK 
29532. 

Lifetime triumph writes its own success story I 
© Nov. 21, 1944; KK 29535. 

Pacemaker of writing progress! © Nov. 20, 
1944; KK 29534. 

Pen that's engineered inside, too! © Nov. 17, 
1944; KK 29533. 

Strength plus safety plus beauty equals life- 
time. © Dec. 1, 1944; KK 29539. 

You can see what you're doing! © Dec. 1, 
1944; KK 29538. 

Smith & Wesson, inc., Springfield, Mass. 

2160, 2161 
For Smith & Wesson revolvers: 

Do you know your handgun history? © Dec. 
1, 1944; KK 29496. 

Do you know your handgun history? © Jan. 1, 
1945; KK 29731. 

Spice Islands co. See Johnson (Frederic H.), d, b. 
a. Spice Islands co. 

Stanco, inc.. New York. 2162, 2163 

Half-price sale! On gallon size of nujol. For 

mineral oil. © Sept. 17, 1943; KK 29687. 

Stuffea-up nose? Feel like you can't breathe? 

For nose drops. © Oct, 2, 1943; KK 29688. 

Standard oil co., Chicago. 2164-2166 

For gasoline & motor oil: 

Careful what you say about mother^ George - 
she's just had her battery charged! © Jan. IV, 
1945; KK 29663. 

No time to fall off, now! © Jan. 4, 1945; KK 
29661. 

That reminds me, George, we must have the 
Stanaard oil man test our anti-freeze! © Jan. 9, 
1945; KK 29662. 

Stromberg-Carlson co., Rochester, N. Y. 

2167, 2168 
For radios: 

God bless daday, God bless them all! © Nov. 
30, 1944; KK 29727. 

I hear their voices now, in music. © Sept. 
18, 1944; KK 29726. 

Studebaker corp., South Bend, Ind. 2169, 2170 

For airplane engines, military trucks & weasels- 
It's a jungle weasel too! © Jan. 12, 1945; KK 

29550. 

^^hat flyers say counts most with us. © Jan. 



2149, 2150 26, 1945; KK 29762. 



Timken roller bearing co., Canton, O. 2171 

Universal acceptance. For roller bearings. © 
Dec. 25, 1944; KK 29665. 

United-Carr fastener corp., Cambridge, Mass. 

21Y2 
Depenaable Dot, she's the boys' best friend. For 
snap fasteners. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK ?.9609. 

Upjohn CO., Kalamazoo, Mich. 2173 

We've come a long, long way in pneumonia. For 
pharmaceuticals. © Jan. 3, 1945; KK 29572. 

Uris sales corp., New York. 2174 

To rate hearty embraces, give a Uris embrace- 
let. For bracelet. © Nov. 4, 1943; KK 29643. 

Veribest gas range. See Kaplan (Harry G.),d. b. a. 
Veribest gas range. 

Verney fabrics Corp., New York. 2175, 2176 

For textile fabrics: 

Announcing Verney fabrics corporation exclu- 
sive distributors of finished fabrics by Verney. © 
Jan. 9, 1945; KK 29811. 

New note in fabrics. © Jan. 23, 1945; KK 
29812. 

Ward's (Edgar T.) sons co., Pittsburgh. 2177 

CWX affiliates. For print used in advertising 
featuring cold finished bars & seamless tubing. © 
Sept, 6, 1944; KK 29676. 

Watson-Stillman co., Roselle, N. Y. 2178 

Angle molding presses. Bulletin 642A. For 
molding presses, © Jan. 3, 1945; KK 29573. 

Weco products co., Chicago. 2179, 2180 

For toothbrush: 

Beauty and health benefit from the extra pro- 
tection of this anti-soggy, waterproofed brush! © 
Oct^ 27, 1944; KK 29736. 

It's different, it's exclusive, it's patented, it's 
waterproofed! © Dec, 29, 1944; KK 29737 

Western colloids. See Dinsley (Alfred), d. b. a. 
Western colloids. 

Whitlock supply co.. New York. 2181 

Keydet news. For locksmithing supplies. © Jan. 
2, 1945; KK 29570. 

Whitney (F. A.) carriage co., Leominster, Mass. 

218;^ 
Baby carriage turns corners automatically. For 
baby carriages, © Dec, 31, 1944; KK 29730. 

Wickwire Spencer steel co.. New York, 2183 

Industry's soup kitchen. For wire rope. © Jan. 
11, 1945; KK 29574, 

Zenith radio corp., Chicago. 2184, 2185 

For hearing aid: 

Now - as little noticeable as eyeglasses! © 
Jan. 15, 1945; KK 29509, 

Zenith scores again! HA-4659. © Jan. 15, 
1945; KK 29648. 



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Bennetts (W. A.), d. b. a. Roeding park pharmacy, 
Fresno, Calif. 2186 

Bennett's hair tonic. For hair tonic. © Jan. 11, 

1945; KK 29780. 

Bielzoff (D J.) products co., Chicago. 218'( 

Chevai brandy. For brandy. © Jan. 15, 1945; 
KK 29806. 

Blake (Terry) & co., New York. 2188 

Terry Blake beauty aid cream hand lotion. For 
hand lotion. © Jan. 4, 1945; KK 29559. 

Bourget perfumerie. See Schauer (John), trading as 
Bourget perfumerie. 

Brasley-Cple shoe co. , ltd., Los Angeles. 2189 

Kirby's good shoes. For shoes. © Jan. 3, 1945; 
KK 30142. 

Brown (James £.), d. b. a. Brown & Robinson, Los 
Angeles. 2190 

Carotene, an aid to better vision. For carotene 

capsules, vegetable product. ® Jan. 8, 1945; KK 

29594. 

Brown & Robinson. See Brown (James £.), d. b. a. 
Brown & Robinson. 

Clayton (A. C.) printing co., St. Louis. 2191, 2192 
For shoes: 

Joy-kix fine footwear. © Dec. 29, 1944; KK 
29599. 

Kay Karzmar originals. © Jan. 8, 1945; KK 
29600. 

Continental distilling Corp., Philadelphia. 2193 

Philadelphia blended whisky, For whiskey. © 
July 1, 1941; KK 29510. 

Crispit CO. See Jacobson (Dorothy M.), d. b. a. 
Crispit CO. 

E-Z products. See Steckler (Nat P.), d. b. a. E-Z 
products. 

E-Z walk Corp., New York. 2194 

E-Z walk plasto- arch. For plastic foot supports. 
© Dec. 1, 1944; KK 29598. 

Embree mfg. co., Elizabeth, N. J. 2195 

There is fun for everyone with koppeefun. For 
copy paper. © Feb. 21, 1941; KK 29670. 

Ericson (John A.), d. b. a. Linipak laboratories, 
Youngstown, O. 2196 

Linipak, an aid to nature. For liniment. ® Jan. 

17, 1945; KK 29593. 

Gardner (Robert Willime) Los Angeles. 2197 

Gloiy-B. For cleaning solvent. © Dec. 15, 1944; 
KK 29595. 

Gay party service, Buffalo. 2198 

Gay party packet. House party. For six sets of 
games. © Dec. 9, 1944; KK 29655. 



Grocers packing co., Los Angeles. 2199 

Budget pack green meadow brand. For raisins. 
© Nov. 11, 1944; KK 29695. 

Hadley (Bert E.) Los Angeles. 2200 

Welding glue. For glue. © Jan. 8, 1945; KK 
297 87. 

Heirloom needlework guild, inc., New York. 2201 
Hiawatha nylon corde. For crocheting thread. 
© Dec. 27, 1944; KK 29541. 

Hex chili mfg. co. , Kansas City, Mo. 2202 

Hex fine chili. For chili. © Oct. 10, 1944; KK 
29556. 

Hoague-Sprague Corp., Lynn, Mass. 2203-2208 

For shoe boxes: 

Bunnies. © Jan. 5, 1945; KK 30141. 

D C CO. © Oct. 27, 1944; KK 30136. 

Starlettes by Myers. © Nov. 21, 1944; KK 
30137. 

Sweetheart fashions by Spencer tri-plex. © 
Dec. 21, 1944; KK 30140. 

Wonder walkers by Wayne. © Nov. 29, 1944; 
KK 30138. 

Youth step by Clinton. © Nov. 29, 1944; KK 
30139. 

Hudson (Thomas J.) Elsinore, Calif. 2209 

Bee-bar. For candy. © Jan. 11, 1945; KK 29807. 

Hunter (Beatrice M.) Chicago. 2210, 2211 

Creato clay' flour. For clay flour. © Dec. 7, 

1944; KK 29675. 

Creato poster chalk. For chalk. © Dec. 7, 1944; 

KK 29696. 

Industrial tape Corp., New Brunswick, N. J. 2212 

Bondex hot iron tape mends fabrics the easy 

way. For adhesive tape. © Jan. 9, 1945; KK 29669. 

Jacobson (Dorothy M.), d. b. a. Crispit co., Phila- 
delphia. 2213 
Crispit liquid laundry starch. For liquid laundry 

starch. © Feb. 24, 1944; KK 29698. 

Jel sert co. , Chicago. 2214 

Jel sert gelatin dessert. For a flavored gelatin 
dessert mixture. © May 12, 1938; KK 29802. 

Ju-c-orange of America, Lebanon, Pa. 2215 

Ju'cy. For non-alcoholic beverage. © Dec. 12, 
1944; KK 29778. 

Keuffel & Esser co., Hoboken, N. J. 2216 

New draftsman's dry-clean pad. por new 
draftsman's dry-clean pad. © Dec. 8, 1944; KK 
29597. 

Keystone bakery, inc., Bridgewater, Pa. 2217 

Keystone luxury bread. For bread. © Jan. 11, 
1945; KK 29569. 

Krinard packing co.. Riverside, Calif. 2218 

Gypsy. For fresh oranges. © Dec. 18, 1944; KK 
29483. 



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Linipak laboratories. See- Ericson (John A.),d. b. a. 
Linipak laboratories. 

Lummis & co., Philadelphia, 2219 

Lummis krispy salted peanuts. For salted pea- 
nuts. © Dec. 29, 1944; KK 29668. 

Marrus (Isaac I.) New York. 2220 

Camel-pak-kerchief. Mars brand best by test. 
It's sanitarily pakt. For handkerchiefs of every 
description. © Jan, 2, 1945; KK 29555. 

Mars, inc., Chicago. 2221, 2222 

For candy bars: 

Torrid zone chocolate, © Dec. 14, 1944; KK 
29567, 

Torrid zone vanilla, © Dec. 14, 1944; KK 
29568. 

Master specialty co. See Petsch (H. A.) & Botte- 
miller (M, M.), d, b, a. Master specialty co. 

Mrs. Hubbell's industries, Phoenixville, Pa, 2223 
Mrs, Hubbell's quik- lunch. For food products. 
© Jan, 19, 1945; KK 29683, 

Pagarnip medicine co., Houston. ' 2224 

Berroud Pagarnip, For medicinal herb remedy. 
© July 7, 1944; KK 29681. 

Pellegrini bros, winery, San Francisco. 2225 

Casa-nostra, For wines. © Jan. 9, 1945; KK 
29560. 

Petsch (H. A.) & Bottemiller (M, M.),d,b, a. Master 
specialty co., Minneapolis. 2226 

Miter-master. For tool. © Oct. 1, 1944; KK 

29678. 

Pruden (Harry B.) Orlando, Fla, 2227 

Hole-em, sticky rat-dope. For trap for rats. 
© Jan, 17, 1945; KK 29561. 



Roeding park pharmacy. See Bennetts (W. A.),d. b. 
a, Roeaing park pharmacy. 

Schauer (John), trading as Bourget perfumerie, 

Haledon, N. J. 2228 

Bourget. For perfume, © Jan, 5, 1945; KK 

29596, 

Simon mfg co,, inc, New York. 2229 

Tip top togs. For children's clothing, © Jan. 4, 
1945; KK 29564. 

Steckler (Nat P.), d, b. a. E-Z products, New York, 

2230 
Aqua pruf ear drum protectors. For ear drum 
protectors, © Dec. 8, 1944; KK 29565. 

Sutton-Hunger products co., inc., Los Angeles. 

2231 
Nato-barro mineral powder. For a clay mineral 
for preparing medicinal cataplasm. © Nov, 1, 1944; 
KK 29476, 

Technical development laboratories, Tenafly, N, J. 

2232, 2233 

OXL, the quick solvent cleaner. For liquia 
cleaning compound detergent. © Dec. 28, 1944; KK 
29482. 

Prestorer, paint brush rejuvenator. For paint 
brush cleaner. © Dec. 28, 1944; KK 29481. 

Texas bakers, S?n Antonio. 2234- 2238 

For fruit cake: ^ 

Edinborough. © Dec. 10, 1944; KK 29545. 
Gold coast. © Dec. 10, 1944; KK 29544. 
Holland fruit cake, © Dec. 10, 1944; KK 29542. 
Fruit coffee cake. For fruit coffee cake, © Dec. 
10, 1944; KK 29546. 

Pecan fruit bar. For pecanfruit bar. © Dec. 10, 
1944; KK 29543 

Town toast co., Phoenixville, Pa. 2^39 

Town toast. For food products. © Jan. 19, 1945; 
KK 29682. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945 



160 



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THE LIBKAKY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

or 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHOBITY OF THE ACIS OF CONGRESS OF MABCH 3, 1891 
(» JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 4 

WOBKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 
DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIf IC OR 
TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND 
PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING PRINTS AND 
LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 

INCLUDING 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1945 
NEW SERIES, VOLUME 40 
No. 3 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, formerly issued quarterly, but now | 
issued monthly, is arranged as follows: I 

I. Containiiig Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photogrs4>hs or other identifying reprodoetlons 
deposited according to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and 
Models or Designs for works of art). In this class a subalphabet of titles is used when the copyright pro- 
prietor and artist are the same, this identity being indicated by the use of an asterisk (*) after the name of ' 
the proprietor. A subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor and artists are different. 

n. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings or plastic works of 
a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles of commercial prints and labels. 
These»wlll be found at the end of each issue. 

A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of proprietors. 
To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used In this part are as follows: "G," Class G, Works of art; "H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of 
art; "l," Class I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "]," Class J, Photo- 
graphs; and "K," Class K, Prints and pictorial Illustrations, including prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise. "©" implies copyright registration of a puJilished work, followed by date of publication. 
"© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt In the Copy- 
right Office of the photogrt^h or other identifying reproduction. 
The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

The Act of March 4, 1909, in effect from ]uly 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the complete calendar year, is $2.00, payable in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express order, or 
New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3.00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps . » S.OO 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2.00 

Part 2, Periodicals 2.00 

Parts, Musical Compositions 5.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, an^ Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers • .50 

Annual Indexes, each, for con4)lete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year -— 10.00 



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NOTICE 

The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1936, to December 31, 1939, Inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1945. 

This notice Includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical con4>ositlons, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo -engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Maimscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
returned. No m^s are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record should make formal request for the 
return of the articles, which must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be supplied 
on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



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CLASS G 

WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR WORKS OF ART 

Note.— An asterisk (*} after the proprietor's name Indicates that the artist and copyright proprietor are 
the same. 



Allan 0an)* 2240 

Wire hair terrier. © Dec. 23, 1944; G 44749. 



American legion. Logan guard post no. 90. 



2241 



Luck (W. Edgar): 

Design for cemetery monument for American 
legion plot. © 1 c. Mar. ld;sjl945; G 44934. 

American veterans of world war 2, Inc., of D. C. 

2242 
Kenny (Andrew): 

Amvets. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1944; G 45015. 

BaUli«er co. 2243-2246 

Banham Q. E.): 

Laboratory building, Smith, Kline & French 
CO., 4968. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1945; G 44946. 
Sutton (Daniel E.): 

Assembly plant, E. G. Budd manufacturing co. , 
4939. - Johnson & Johnson baby products plant per- 
spective, 4958. © 1 c. each Dec. 23, 1944; G 44920, 
44«21. 

Montgomery hospital addition to hospital 
building, 4960. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1945; G 44945. 

Baughman (Woodbum Forry)* 2247 

Desert sunset. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1945; G 44989. 

Bishop (Richard E.)* 2248-2267 

Along the Mississippi. © Oct. 25, 1944; G 
44916. 

Along the Mississippi, 57. - Along the Mississip- 
pi, no. 2, 74. - Blackies, 67. - Carolina pintails, 
63. - Five pintails, 58. - Flaring mallards, 68. - Gray 
ducks, 71. - Gray mallards, 59. - Jumping, 69. - 
Keep down, 73. - Let's go, 70. - Over the trees, 
65. - Pheasant, 61. - Pins, 62. - Three drakes, 66. 
- Three point landing, 60. - Whitebacks, 72. © 1 
c. each Mar. 1, 1945; G 44956-44972. 

Blacks and greenheads. - Smee. © Nov. 10, 
1944; G 44917, 44918. 



Chester (Arthur M.)* 2268 

Feed the flame. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1945; G 44954. 

Citron (Minna Wright)* 2269-2274 

At the mirror. - Concert. - Dress circle, Car- 
negie hall. - Magic box. © 1 c. each Mar. 19, 
1945; G 45011-45014. 

Head. - Sherman. © 1 c. each Feb. 9, 1945; G 
45009, 45010. 

Conference of alcoholic beverage industries, inc. 

2275 

McKay (Dick): 

Inbad the Imp. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1945; G 44906. 



Connelly (Leo C.) 2276 

Bernardlnl (Mlchele): 

St. Joseph and Christ Child. © Mar. 19, 
1945; G 45017. 

Cook (Bertha Rohlln) 2277-2279 

Cook (Bert [I. e. Bertha Rohlln]): 

Pekingese. - Sealyham terrier..- Wire haired 
terrier. © Mar. 1, 1945; G 44939-44941. 

Cook, Watklns & Patch, Inc. 2280 

Cassanl 0ohn): 

War memorial, 2375. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1945; 
G 44926. 

Curry 0ohn Steuart)* 2281, 2282 

Medicine man. - Rocks of Maine coast. © 1 c. 
each Mar. 26, 1945; G 45030, 45031. 

DaPrato (A.) co. of Boston. 2283 

Woollett (Sidney D.): 

St. Joseph shrine. © Feb. 17, 1945; G 44937. 



Delano (Gerard Curtis)* 2284-2290 

Coyotes are howling. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1945; G 

45032. 

In the canyon. - In the Indian country. - Indians 

In the moonlight. - Lone traveler. - Navajos. - 

Watching the sheep. © 1 c. each Mar. 14, 1945; 

G 44975-44980. ^ 

Doczi (George) 2291-2300 

Doczl (George): 

Dropkin's adventures, 1-9. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 21, 1945; G 45021-45029. 

Goddess* of Freedom has a golden bowl. © 
Sept. 14, 1944; G 44115. 

Elliott (George S.)* 2301, 2302 

Cy Clone. - Harry Kane. © 1 c. each Feb. 26, 
1945; G 45001, 45002. 

Ever ready publicity consultants. 2303-2305 

Goldberg (Rube [1. e. Reuben]): 

Gramps. - Mr. Comtoon. - Twins. © Mar. 
20, 1945; G 44994-44996. 

Frazler (Kenneth)* 2306 

MacArthur (General Douglas) standing by a 
horse. © 1 c. Viar. 24, 1945; G 45020. 

Freifeld (Benjamin Bernard) 2307 

Kronberg (Louis): 

Symphony In green. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1945; G 
44947. 

Frumkln (Helen)* 2308 

BashlLk. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1945; G 44981. 



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2309 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 40 



Gardner (Alvln I.) 2309 

Rosenthal (Ralph): 

Insignia for service award. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 
1945; G 45063. 

Gentile (Edward)* 2310-2312 

Concord hymn. - Inauguration prayer. - Star 
Spangled Banner. © 1 c. each Mar. 21, 1945; G 
44998-45000. 



Gerard (William B.)* 
• Crack pot. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1945; G 44928. 



2313 



Goff (Elsie Marie R.)* 2314, 2315 

I gave my life for peace and my loved ones. - My 
last shot, all for you, mother darlin'. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 14, 1945; G 44973, 44974. 

Goldstein (Melvin A.)* 2316 

Holiday for strings. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1945; G 
44948. 

Graham (Nan Wood) ' 2317-2321 

Wood (Grant): 

Currants. - Portrait of Nan. - Self portrait. - 
Shaffer (Mary Van Vechten) - Spotted man. © 1 c. 
each Mar. 10, 1945; G 44949-44953. 

Grigassy (Julius R.) 2322 

Sturm (Francis): 

Coimtenance of Jesus when He spoke His 
seven words on the cross. © Mar. 15, 1945; G 
44991. 

Halprin (M.) inc. 2323 

Halprin (Martin): 

Rooster looking into fish bowl. © 1 c. Feb. 
28, 1945; G 45019. 

Hannoch (Charles R.) & Jones (Harry R.) 

2324, 2325 
Baylor (Jenning M.): 

Her past catches up. - Jungle serenade. © 
Feb. 28, 1945; G 44987, 44988. 

Henkel (Gordon J.) 2326 

Lindermuth (Fred): 

A-Liberty day. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1945; G 
45016. 

Hollis (Arthur) 2327 

Luck (W. Edgar): , 

Design for a teacher's memorial. © 1 c. Mar. 
10, 1945; G 44935. 



Hopper (Laurence Siitton)* 

Pac. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1945; G 44985. 



2328 



Katz (Hilda)* 2329, 2330 

Aggressor's harvest. - Mine eyes have seen 
the glory, grapes of wrath. © 1 c. each Mar. 21, 
1945; G 44992, 44993. 

King features syndicate, inc. 2331-2335 

Reusswig (William) Somewhere in France: 

Set 10, no. 4, set 11, nos. 1, 2. © Feb. 4, 
1945; G 44930, 44932, 44933. 

Set 12, no. 2. © Jan. 21, 1945; G 44929. 

Set 12, no. 4. © Jan. 14, 1945; G 44931. 

Kiplinger Washington agency, inc. & Kalish (Max) 

2336, 2337 
Kalish (Max): 

Hopkins (Harry L.) 4862-4. - Pyle (Ernie) 
4862-1. © 1 c. each Mar. 7, 1945; G 44943, 44944. 



Lambert (George)* 2338 

Victory vase. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1945; G 44997. 

Macintyre (Ronald H.)* 2339 

Freemasonry. © Feb. 21, 1945; G 44938. 

Meers (Viola E.)* 2340 

Kitty Kitten. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1945; G 45033. 

Mish (Charlotte Roberta)* 2341 

Gold star. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1945; G 44925. 

Mulllns Qoseph Eugene)* 2342 

Jewels and hearthstones. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1945; 
G 45018. 

Murray (William F.) & Cuneo (Teresa A.) 2343 

Cuneo (Teresa A.): 

Poland arises. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1945; G 45047. 

Oblad (Frederick James)* 2344 

Ain't It funny? © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1944; G 44919. 

Peltz (Ralph Clifford)* 2345, 2346 

Bala, 1, 2. © Dec. 12, 1944; G 44909, 44910. 

Petrle (Vera French)* 2347, 2348 

Angel: 

Brother. - Sister. © Nov. 30, 1944; G 44907, 
44908. 

Pltman-Dreltzer & co., Inc. 2349-2360 

Fordyce (Charles L.): 

Boy sitting on apples, 61. - Boy with musical 
Instrument, and bird. In hay, 56. - Bull dog head, 
58. - Chinese figure with musical Instrument, 52. - 
Clown, 60. -Dog and horse head, 51. -Dog and 
mall box, 54. - Drum with drum major's head, 57. - 
Elephant & baby elephant In tub, 53. - Girl with 
basket of fruit on head, 55. - Russian accordion 
player, 50. - Student owl and open book, 59. © July 
20, 1944; G 45035-45046. 

Randall (Berrylssa)* 2361 

Flfl saysf © 1 c. Nov. 23, 1944; G 44924. 

Raskin (Mitchell)* 2362, 2363 

Double curve. - Horse's heiad. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 11, 1945; G 44982, 44983. 

Ripley (Alden Lassell)* 2364-2369 

Grouse In the snow. - Pair of wild turkeys. - 
Perfect chance. - Three grouse. - Turkeys coming 
over. - Wild turkey gobbler. © 1 c. each Mar. 15, 
1945; G 45003-45008. 

Rowand (Edward White) 2370 

Stewart (Jarvls A.): 

Marie Hodgens. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1945; G 
45083. 

Scherl (Otto H.) 2371 

SherrlU (De Ross [pseud, of Otto H. Scherl]): ' 
Liberation of Europe. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1945; 
G 44990. 

Stern (Fred) 2372, 2373 

Arnold (Bernlta) Sculptured figure of: 

Elephant. - Hippopotamus. © 1 c. each Feb. 
8, 1945; G 44922, 44923. 



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CLASS G 



no. 3, 1945 



2399 



Stolz (Lorenz W.)* 2374 

Boehm (Ed.) cemetery memorial, LWS 908. © 
1 c. Mar. 27, 1945; G 45034. 

10 o/o systems of America. 2375 

Johamisen (William W.): 

10 °/o co-sumer store system. © 1 c. Mar. 
3, 1945; G 44942. 

Torre (Manuel de la)* 2376 

Watercolor painting of a moonlight view of the 
San Jacinto monument, Texas, taken from the re- 
flection pool side. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1945; G 44936, 

Vermont marble co. 2377-2397 

Bliss design co. Memorial: 

Baker, 8103. © Mar. 9, 1945; G 44986. 



Gorham,6158. - Reimer, 6159. - Rolt,6157. - 
Walthal, 8104. - Ward, 8105. © Feb. 23, 1945; 
G 44911-44915. . 

Richardson (Earl C.) Memorial: 

Brenda, 6161. - Carson, 8108. - Carver, 

6163. - Davis, 8107. - Emmons (John) 8123. - Eshle- 
man, 8121. - Farley, 8110. - Foster, 8122. - Hardy, 
6165. - Melvin, 8109. - Milton, 6162. - Morrison, 

6164. - Rayburn, 6166. - Ruskin, 8111. - Wilson, 
8114. © i/iar. 26, 1945; G 45048-45062. 

Von Zell (Theodore Eugene)* 2398 

Headline history. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1945; G 44955. 

Ward (Montgomery) & co., inb. 2399 

Hallsthammar (Carl): 

Guernsey cow. © 1 c. Feb, 23, 1945; G 44984. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945- 



516 



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CLASSES H-K 

REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 

OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



American bank note co. 2400, 2401 

Special V-86139, Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, 

Banco de Mexico, S. A. © Mar. 8, 1945; K 57667. 
V-86099. © Feb. 19, 1945; K 57606. 

American cancer society, inc. 2402-2406 

Cancer danger signal: 

Any sore that does not heal. - Irregular bleed- 
ing or discharge from any natural body opening or 
the nipple. - Loss of appetite, persistent indigestion. 
- Stopt Find out, be sure it isn't cancer. © Feb. 
4, 1945; K 57699-57702. 

Odds are in your favor. © Feb. 4, 1945; K 57698. 

Ashley (David) inc. ' 2407 

Village street, Massachusetts, 33; by Anthony 
Thleme. © Apr. 2, 1945; H 2853. 

Baab (William Lloyd) 2408 

Susan. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1945; J 37698. 

Badlan (Albert A.) 2409 

New and novel liquid vapor dlffuser. © 1 c. Mar. 
8, 1945; I 35876. 

Baker (Jerome W.) 2410 

Parallel opposed trial runway system' for air- 
ports. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1945; I 35947. 

Balllf (Sei^e Chadwlck) 2411 

Graphic chart of the plan of salvation. © Feb. 
1, 1945; I 35890. 

Bankers trust co. 2412, 2413 

U. S. treasury obligations. Gross yields and 
prices: 

Fullytaxable. - Partially tax-exempt. ©Mar. 
17, 1945; I 35936, 35937. 

Barber (Hiram E.) 2414 

Improved wheel alignment gauge. © 1 c. Mar. 
27, 1945; I 35960. 

Barmmer (W. L.) 2415 

Method of applying heat by electricity rather 
than by a flame for refrigeration. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 
1945; I 35928. 

Bateman (Hal) & associates. 2416 

Boiler house, M-1. © Feb. 27, 1945; I 35891. 

Beard (Robert Stanley) 2417 

Cutting the circle into equal fifths. © Mar. 12, 
1945; I 35888. 



Beauvais print. 

Bondo. © Dec. 17, 1944; K 57597. 



2418 



Blackman (Thomas Malnwarlng) 2420, 2421 

Flightless Laysan rail with wings raised. - 
Laysan rail nmning up to dead bird. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 19, 1945; J 37717, 37718. 

Blossom (Willis W.) 2422-2424 

Indian scalps his enemies and the white man 
skins his friends. - To my big chief. - To my squaw. 
© Jan. 20, 1945; K 57475-57477. 

Boehm (Paul F.) 2425-2428 

Adjustable French curve, 450306, 450307. © 

1 c. each Mar. 13, 1945; I 35942, 35943. 

Cross-beam ellipse compass, 450223. © 1 c. 

Feb. 26, 1945; I 35877. 

Drafting machine ellipsograph, 450311. © 1 c. 

imar. 16, 1945; I 35914. 

Bohannon (Alonzo) 2429, 2430 

Bohannon automatic diner-dlsher. - Grave filler, 
accessory. © 1 c. each Feb. 15, 1945; I 35971, 
35972. 



Bond features. 

Yancees. © Mar. 9, 1945; K 57609. 



Blblk (Frank) 

Design of a pipe stem. 
I 35970. 



2419 
1 c. Mar. 2, 1945; 



2431 



Borden co. 2432-2454 

Bottle fiUlng and capping. -Cooling equipment. - 
Cream receiving [scene] - Delivery truck. - Filling 
ice cream packages. - Food set-up. - Freezers. - 
Holding vats scene. - Homogenlzers and cleaning. - 
Ice cream bar equipment. - Ice cream delivery 
truck. - Ice cream food values. - Inspection and 
weighing. - Laboratory. - Laboratory scene. - 
Milk truck delivery. - Milking scene. - Pasteuriza- 
tion equipment. - Pasteurizers. - Pasture scene. - 
Pasture scene with dairy bam. - Weighing. - 
Welghii« tank scene. © Nov. 22, 1944; K 57486- 
57508. 



Brauer (Perry) motor co. 2455-2460' 

Details of: 

Crank-case & crank-shaft bearing housing, 
A-4. - Crank-shaft, cam-shaft, timing gears & 
accessories, A-3. - Heating element, air compress- 
or, oil pump and generator, A-6. - Piston, cylinder, 
head, pan, exhaust manifold clamp & manifold 
bracket, A-2. - Timing gear case and cover mani- 
folds and throttle, A-5. - Valves and connecting 
parts, A-7. © Jan. 18, 1945; I 35974-35979. 



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Bromley (George Henry) 2461 

Universal guide to music and harmony. © 1 c. 
Mar. 3, 1945; I 35946. 

Buell (Marjorle H.) 2462-2465 

Little Lulu. - Little Lulu and Flipper. - Little 
Lulu, Tipper, Flipper and Nick. - Winter sports 
with Little Lulu. © Aug. 31, 1944; K 57554-57557. 



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no. 3. 1945 



2547 



BuUetin co. 2466-2472 

Getting acquainted with the Easter rabbit. © 
Mar. 28, 1945; K 57706. 

Mass feeding of the Philadelphia quads. © Mar. 
6, 1945; K 57657. 

One quad doing first balancing act, others not 
interested. © Mar. 9, 1945; K 57659. 

Philadelphia quads doing their' setting up exer- 
cises. © Feb. 19, 1945; K 57595. 

Philadelphia quads getting their first glimpse of 
spring. © Mar. 20, 1945; K 57707. 

Plenty of tax exemption in Cirminello family. 
© Mar. 13, 1945; K 57660. 

Quadruplets enter a new period, spoon-feeding. 
© Mar. 27, 1945; K 57708. 

Cacciola (Pedro) 2473-2479 

Autumn majesties, 4. - Baby's cradle, 5. - Blue 
pitcher, 3. - Pride of the garden, 6. - Proud swan, 
2. - Summer joys, 7. - White vase, 1. © Dec. 1, 
1944; J 37741-37747. 

CalTin CO. 2480-2486 

Electrical work, wiring: 

Cable surface wiring, 10. - Porcelain pro- 
tected surface wiring, 9. © Jan. 1, 1945; J 37728, 
37733. 

Farm work, equipment maintenance: 

Care of a tractor, 6. - Reconditioning a cul- 
tivator, 5. © Aug. 1, 1944; J 37731, 37732. 

Reconditioning a mower, 2. Drive system, 
pt. 2. © July 1, 1944; J 37734. 

Farm work, livestock. Horseshoeing, 2. © Aug. 
1, 1944; J 37729. 

Farm work, painting. Repainting a frame build- 
ing, 1. © Sept. 1, 1944; J 37730. 

Campbell, Ensor co. 2487 

Campbell, Ensor co. advertising that rings a 
message of goodwill. © Jan. 26, 1945; K 57565. 

Cavanagh (RexD.) 2488 

DrUl press. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1945; I 35900. 

Century press. 2489 

Business booms & depressions since 1775. © 
Nov. 1, 1944; I 35963. 

Cleofe (Lawrence) 2490 

Combination rail and highway freight car. © 
1 c. Mar. 22, 1945; J 37740. 

Clough (Phyllis) 2491 

Old iron works house, blizzard of Feb. 9, 1945. 
© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1945; J 37715. 

Cohn (H.) CO. 2492 

Sizzy and Puzzy. The house of Puzzy. © Nov. 
15, 1944; K 57548. 

Coleman (Ralph P.) 2493, 2494 

And I,iif 1 be lifted up from the earth, will draw 

all men unto Me. © Jan. 10, 1945; H 2840. 
Palm Sunday, P-5. © Feb. 6, 1945; H 2839. 

Conner (Cecil Clifford) 2495 

Multivisor. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1945; I 35904. 

Dallwig (Bruno) 2496 

Barber shop harmony folder. © Jan. 18, 1945; 
K 57661 . 



Dow (Louis F.) CO. 2497-2499 

Catch on, B44046. - Slip off shore, B44045. © 

Dec. 26, 1944; K 57670, 57671. 

Current event, B44041. © Dec. 26, 1944; K 

57672. 

Drennen 0ohn H.) 2500 

Manually adjusted telescoping gage. © 1 c. Mar. 
23, 1945; I 35949. 

Dubler (Herbert) inc. 2501-2528 

10 H 276 - 10 H 303. © Jan. 2, 1942; K 57519- 
57546. 

Eastman (Alonzo R.) 2529 

Land mine destroyer. © -1 c. Jan. 22, 1945; J 
37696. 



Elsey (Walter H.) 

Path uphill. © Mar. 31, 1945; K 57709. 



2530 



Erf (Herbert Adolph) 2531 

Supersonic vibrations. © Jan. 2, 1945; K 57478. 

Evangel tract society. 2532 

Nite-glo cross and shield, my refuge and shield. 
©Dec. 22, 1944; K 57558. 

Fahlow (Carl F. E.) & Long (Lena E. L.) 2533 

Chair set adapting army air force insignia, 9. 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1945; I 35901. 

Ferris Qames Herbert) 2534 

City of Flint, 32. © May 7, 1944; J 37711. 

Franklin (Malvin M.) 2535 

Sunn-tann-monogram. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1945; 
I 35917. 

Gamlen chemical co. 2536, 2537 

Injector and suction tube assembly. Gamlen 
vapjel systems. © Dec. 5, 1944; I 35964. 

Tank and stand assembly. Gamlen vapjel sys- 
tems. © Nov. 29, 1944; I 35965. 

Garcia (Louis L.) 2538 

United States victory-file, no. 2. © 1 c. Feb. 
12, 1945; I 35896. 

General biological supply house, inc. 2539-2542 
Cacao, theobroma cacao, CR 88.09. - Food 
plants of the new world, CR 88.2. - Hemp,CR 88.08. - 
Rice, oryza sativa, CR 88.1. © Dec. 16, 1944; 
I 35932-35935. 



General cable corp. 2543 

It's just got to be right, 1. © Mar. 19, 1945; K 
55970. 

General motors corp. Fisher body div. 2544-2546 
It's our fight 'til the finish, too. © Mar. 5, 1945; 

K 57704. 

Our country is the best in the world. Keep it 

that way. © Feb. 20, 1945; K 57703. 

Strictly super. © Mar. 17, 1945; K 57705. 

Gentile (Edward) 2547 

Lincoln's address. © Mar. 16, 1945; K 57696. 



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2548 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 40 



Goldthorp (Emma C .} 2548 

Greetings on your birthday. © Jan. 27, 1945; K 
57479. 

Greenlee (Lyman E.) 2549-2553 

Fluorescent signal lamp blinker, 2. - Integrating 
differential pulse counter. ~ Magnetic clutch de- 
vice for transmitting rotary motion through a mois- 
ture-proof barrier. - Magnetic non-slipping over- 
shoe for use on metal decks, etc., 20. - Time-delay 
contactor for closing successive circuits at inter- 
vals of 0.2-0.3 second, 24. © 1 c. each Mar. 15, 
1945; I 35909-35913. 

Hackney (Winston Myron) 2554 

Transparent plastic brush with different colored 
plastic picture rings placed one on top of another 
so as to create the illusion of a picture in depth, 
68. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1945; I 35973. 

Hanson (Harold C.) 2555, 2556 

77' power scow for: 

Construction plan, 932-2. - Copper River 
packing co. Outboard profile, 932-4. © 1 c. each 
Feb. 21, 1945; I 35894, 35895. 

Harris (Nathan S.) 2557 

Latin quarter floor plan. © Jan. 1, 1945; 
I 35969. 

Hartman (Rush S.) 2558, 2559 

Freezlt all-purpose refrigerator. - Hartman 
controlled window. © 1 c. each Mar. 22, 1945; 
I 35944, 36945. 

Harvey (Fred) 2580 

Back in the ranks. © Feb. 19, 1945; K 57669. 

Hearst consolidated publications, inc. 2581-2581 

Allez-oops. © Apr. 4, 1945; K 57711. 

Bamum was a piker. © Mar. 6, 1945; K 57563. 

Big parade on army day. © Apr. 6, 1945; K 
57719. 

Don't close that door. © Mar. 27, 1945; K 57681. 

Four horsemen. © Mar. 29, 1945; K 57684. 

He Is risen. © Mar. 31, 1945; K 57686. 

Heart of the question. © Mar. 23, 1945; K 57665. 

His masterpiece. © Mar. 14, 1945; K 57608, 

Hitler youth. © Mar. 8, 1945; K 57559. 

Hmmm. © Apr. 3, 1945; K 57712. 

How 'm I doln , mom. © Apr. 7, 1945; K 57720. 

Keeping the home fires burning. © Apr. 5, 1945; 
K 57716. 

Save the gas. © Mar. 2, 1945; K 57562. 

Something new in the banking business. © Mar. 
9, 1945; K 57560. 

There's a spot in his heart. © Mar. 17, 1945; 
K 57654. 

Wait for baby. © Feb. 28, 1945; K 57470. 

Watch out, there's a string to It. © Mar. 30, 
1945; K 57685. 

What's wrong with this picture. © Mar. 7, 1945; 
K 57564. 

You said a mouthful, General. © Mar. 28, 1945; 
K 57683. 

Your shield and mine. ©Mar. 10, 1945; K 57561. 

? ? ? ? The thinker. © Mar. 13, 1945; K 
57607. 

Hedstrom (Gustav V.) 2582 

Speedchart of helical spring deflections. © Feb. 
22, 1945; I 35884. 



Highland press. 2583 

Highland press, Boerne, Texas. © Jan. 6, 1945; 
K 57656. 

Huxley (Edwin) 2584 

Scientific optometrlcal Instrument applicable 
for a window or office display. © Mar. 5, 1945; 
I 35968. 

Institute for American democracy, inc. 2585 

These Immortal chaplains died to save men of 
all faiths. © Mar. 5, 1945; K 57598. 

Interstate accounts service, inc. 2586 

Picture of a mind in action. © Mar. 5, 1945; 
K 57717. 

J. V. K. card co. 2587-2595 

Best wishes. - Congratulations. - For the re- 
pose of the soul of. - Greetings. - Happy birthday. - 
Just thinking of you. - Kindest regards. - Token of 
friendship. - With love. © Mar. 7, 1945; K 57510- 
57518. 

Kawneer co. 2596 

Zourl division rolled store front construction, 
ST -4101. © Sept. 27, 1944; I 35966. 

Kellogg CO. 2597-2600 

Boy, what a thriller this one is. © Feb. 16, 1945; 
K 57714. 

Censor thought he'd seen the works. © Jan. 26, 
1945; K 57612. 

Shoot if you must. © Mar. 26, 1945; K 57713. 

This heavenly escort, he's my pal. © Jan. 16, 
1945; K 57611. 

Kemper-Thomas co. 2601-2603 

Circumstantial evidence; by Gene Erblt. - Gold- 
en autumn; by Hy. [l. e, John Henry] Hintermelster.- 
Patricia; by Arthur Frahm. © Jan. 1, 1945; H 
2841-2843. 

Kent (Alfred O.) 2604 

Armageddon on or before 1999. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 
1945; J 37712. 

King features syndicate, inc. 2605-2623 

Annette and Emelle Dlonne, Z-285. - Deep In 
the funnies, Z-287. - Pere Dlonne has the funnies, 
Z-286. © Jan. 26, 1945; J 37704, 37705, 37707. 

Back to school, Z-278. - Minute's recess, Z- 
279. © Jan. 4, 1945; J 37702, 37703. 

Ceclle at the piano, Z-291. - Emelle and her 
teacher, Z-288. - Expression lessons, Z-289. - 
Rhythmic sense, Z-290. - Yvonne at organ, Z-292. 
© Feb. 17, 1945; J 37719-37723. 

End of ride, Z-293. - Quints ride the bumpy 
road, Z-295. - Rough going, Z-296. - Snow bath, 
Z-294. © Feb. 23, 1945; J 37724-37727. 

Model peeks, Z-280. - Patient model, Z-284. - 
Quints' pet lives dog's life, Z -281. - Result, Z -283. - 
Tired model, Z-282. © Jan. 18, 1945; J 37699- 
37701, 37706, 37708. 

Kolb (Frederick) 2624 

United for peace. © Mar. 12, 1945; K 57613. 

Langford Qoseph Oscar) 2625 

Roll of honor, 746. © Mar. 13, 1945; K 57663. 



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2724 



Laskarldes (Arthur J.) 2626 

Our presidents from Washington to Roosevelt. 
© Mar. 3, 1945; K 57551, 

Laymen's national committee, inc. 2627 

This or this. © Mar. 21, 1945; K 57662. 

Levine (Jacob L.) 2628 

World war veteran. © Mar. 1, 1945; K 57474. 

Liberty jewelry co., Inc. 2629 

Prosperity in trade. Pleasure in climate. © 
Mar. 14, 1945; K 57610. 

Llndberg engineering co. 2630-2632 

Air convection heat transfer characteristics at 
30" barometer absolute. - Convection heat transfer 
characteristics products of combustion of Chicago 
gas. - Practical values of available heat and stack 
loss for gaseous and petroleum fuels not containing 
large amounts of inert constituents. © 1 c. Mar. 
5, 1945; I 35S97-35899. 

Long (John E.) 2633 

Alaska. Star paths, 464. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1945; 
J 37697. 

Mackintosh & Mackintosh. 2634 

Connection details, M3. © Jan. 9, 1945; I 35889. 

Mann (Marlon G.) 2635 

Auto cabinet and Improvements. © 1 c. Mar. 
27, 1945; I 35962. 

Martin (Emma L.) 2636 

Waterproof lunch bag. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1945; 
I 35951. 

Marvel mfg. co. 2637-2640 

British army tank, crusader type. - Chinese 
army tank, fiery dragon type. - Japan army tank, 
Invader type. - U. S. navy tank, water buffalo t3T)e. 
© Feb. 1, 1945; I 35879-35882. 

Matson (Charles H.) 2641 

Clasp, self locking snap lock. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 
1945; I 35931. 

Matthews (Wesley Murray) 2642 

Simplified home planning. © Feb. 12, 1945; 
I 3S906. 

Mayer (Walter S.) 2643 

Tri-secting an angle. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1945; 
I 35948. 

Mead Johnson & co. 2644, 2645 

Watching mother darn. © Mar. 14, 1945; K 

57666. 

Welcome letter. © Feb. 14, 1945; K 57655. 

Meredith pub. co. 2646 

Scooter cabinet. © Feb. 20, 1945; I 35887. 

Monett (Charles Harry) 2647, 2648 

Nomographic charts for solution of: 

Adaptation of Manning's formula. - Manning's 
formula, direct solution. © 1 c. each lAar. 16, 
1945; I 35915, 35916. 

Moss (C.) 2649-2676 

Bingo, 3068. -Dairy land, 3064. - Fireside friends, 

3060. - Good point, 3073. - Jeanne, 3043. - Long may 

it wave, 3072. - Old home town, 3066. © Nov. 25, 



1944; K 57572, 57577-57579, 57581, 57582, 57584, 

Country store. 2881. - Skating, 2871. - Village 
church, 2880. - Winter on the farm, 2873. © Dec. 
29, 1944; K 57568-57571. 

Down on the farm, 3075. - Friendly family,* 
3065. - Nature's paradise, 3070. - Reflections, 
3071. - Washington, D.,C., National headquarters 
[of J American Red cross, 871, © Nov. 25, 1944; 
K 57687, 57688, 57690, 57692, 57695. 

Early caller, 3045. © Dec. 29, 1944; K 57567. 

Elsenhower (Gen. D. D.) 3079. © Sept. 12, 1944; 
K 57574. 

Flowers, 3004-3007. © Dec. 29, 1944; K 57689, 
57691, 57693, 57694. 

Good morning, 3044. © Nov. 25, 1944; K 57566. 

Hello there, 3067. - Thormighbreds, 3056. © 
Nov. 25, 1944; K 57573, 57576. 

Lighthouse, 3074. - On the wing, 3078. © Nov. 
25, 1944; K 57580, 57583. 

Snowy countryside, 2884. © Dec. 29, 1944; K 
57575. 



Mouzakis 0ohn D.) 2677 

National poet Dionysios Solomos. © Mar. 9, 
1945; H 2850. 

Muhlenberg press. 2678 

Christ, the Lord, is risen today. Alleluia, E-5. 
© Feb. 26, 1945; K 57472. 

Murphy (Joseph F.) 2679 

Airplane landing barge. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1945; 
I 35892. 

Nail (Walter P.) 2680 

Plastic clothespin. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1945;! 
35961. 

National tuberculosis assn. 2681. 

Protect your home from tuberculosis. © Apr. 
2, 1945; K 57710. 

National wildlife federation. 2682-2721 

Barrow's goldeneye. - Black-crowned night 
heron. Bowfin. - Box elder. - Copperhead. - Fresh 
water drum. - Honey locust. - Live oak. - Oregon 
yew. - Purple martin. - Red newt. - White cedar. - 
White hickory, - White pine. © Feb. 1, 1945; K 
57614, 57615, 57618, 57623, 57626, 57630, 57636, 
57637, 57639,57640, 57642, 57645, 57648, 57651. 

Bittersweet. - Evening primrose. - Red clover. 
© Feb. 1, 1945; K 57624, 57632, 57647. 

Black-bellied tree duck. -Blue crab, ~ Cerulean 
warbler. - Dowltcher. -Downy woodpecker, - Golden 
trout. - Jaguar. - Leopard frog. - Osprey. - Paint- 
ed turtle. - Pink azalea. - Prairie dog. - Rhodo- 
dendron. - Ruby-crowned kii^let. - Screech owl. - 
Springer spaniel. - Stone's caribou. - White-fronted 
goose. - White-tailed ptarmigan. -Whooping crane. 
© Feb. 1, 1945; K 57616, 57617, 57619-57622, 
57625, 57627, 57628, 57631, 57634, 57635, 57641, 
57643, 57644, 57646, 57649, 57650, 57652, 57653. 

Giant St. John's wort. - Showy aster, - Texas 
plume. © Feb. 1, 1945; K 57629, 57633, 57638. 

New York city housing authority. 2722-2724 

Intermediate playground layouts.^- Pipe- tunnel, 
playground equipment. - Play log, single. Log 
rail fencing. Playground equipment. © Jan. 5, 
1945; I 35938-35940, 



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pt. IV, n, s., V. 40 



Norcross. 2725-2760 

Absence makes the heart grow fonder and I don't 
mean for somebody else, 10V276. -Double share of 
wishes for you at Easter, 15E108. - Easter's here 
and so am I coming to your door to say hello folks, 
happy Easter day, 15E119. - Easter's here I Hoping 
all your Easter hours will be as bright as Easter 
flowers, 10E87. - If I had the wings of an angel, oh 
boy, 10V194. - I'm telling you, you're my valentine, 
10V213. - It's Valentine's day, dad! I'll shout it 
from the rooftop, 15V727. - Little lovin' would suit 
me fine, but a lot would be nicer, Valentine, 5V190. - 
Love seat is made for two, here I am but where are 
you, 10V192. - To mom, my all-year valentine, 
1SV721. - To my husband, my best beau, a valen- 
tine, 'cause I love you so, 25V760. - To my husband, 
you re my all-year valentine, 15V729. - Valentine 
for mother with a double share of love, 15V720. - 
Valentine for my brother. Phooey on gooey stuff for 
you, 15V736. - Valentine for my wife and do I know 
I'm sitting pretty, 25V754. © Jan. 3, 1945; K 
•57435, 57438-57443, 57457, 57459.57465. 

Birthday line or two to wish you a happy birthday. 
First, I'll wish you a birthday that simply couldn't 
be better, 10B213. © Dec. 28, 1944; K 57454. 

Congratulations. You'll be learning a new lan- 
guage now, 25BC592. © Dec. 29, 1944; K 57456. 

Doyaget the point, 25FR193. - First hundred 
years are the hardest, 10HB12. - I think you're 
tops, 25FR192. - Jumping at the chance to wish you 
happy birthday, 15HB49. © Feb. 23, 1945; K 57434, 
57436, 57466, 57467. 

Double share of love, sister, for your birthday 
and always, 15FB639. - For you grandmother a 
double share of love on your birthday, 15FB266. © 
Feb. 16, 1945; K 57468, 57469. 

Forget you while you're sick? I wood knot, 
25CM251. - Hope this birthday tops 'em all, daughter, 
25FB110. - Waiting to hear that you'reba!ckon your 
feet, your spirits way up, 15C375. © Dec. 8, 1944; 
K 57447, 57450, 57451. 

Happy birthday, sister, you take the cake, 
15FB681. © Nov. 17, 1944; K 57445. 

Eappy birthday to my wife. This card doesn't 
come with a lovely mink coat, 25B863. © Feb. 2, 
1945; K 57453. 

Little boy brings lots of joy, 15BC7S0. © Dec. 
15, 1944; K 57446. 

Little note to speed your recovery, 15CNS. - 
Lookin' in to see how yer doin', 25CN252. - When 
you get back I'll be wearin' my best bib and ticker, 
my very best grin, 25FR191. © Dec. 1, 1944; K 
57448, 57452, 57455. 

Off it goes in a great big way, this good old wish, 
a h^py birthday, 10B1013. - To my Mrs. with love 
and kisses on our anniversary, 25AN4S1. - What I 
Another anniversary, 15AN212. - When you're well 
I'll celebrate, no ifs, or ands, or buts, lOC380. © 
Jan. 26, 1945; K 57437, 57444, 57449, 57458. 

Oder man (Harold D.) 2761 

Candle light. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1945; J 37713. 

Outdoor advertising assn. of America, inc. 

2762, 2763 
Design no.: 

1 for 24 sheet poster panel. - 2 for 26 sheet 
poster panel. © 1 c. each Mar. 9, 1945; I 35952, 
35953. 



Pantle(C.p.) 

Jesus liked outdoor things. 
S7481. 



2764-2769 
Feb. 10, 1945; K 



Little gray rabbit. - Playing with the wind. - 
Playmates at home. -Pretty colors out-of-doors. - 
Sharing pictures and books. © Feb. 10, 1945; K 
57480, 57482-57485. 

Paramount mutual benefit. 2770 

America's no. 1 hospital expense and income 
security certificate. © Mar. 1, 1945; K 57549. 

Patterson (Albert S.) 2771 

Airfoil with convex-concave -convex cambered 
upper surface. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1944; I 35878. 

Photo & sound, inc. 2772-2776 

Precision wood machining, operations on the 
wood lathe: 

Face turning a collar, 5. - Turning a cylinder 
between centers, 1. - Turning t^er woik, 2. - 
Turning work in a chuck, 4. - Turning work on a 
face plate, 3. €) Mar. 1, 1945; J 37735-37739. 

Poster- message service. 2777 

As advertised in newspapers. © Apr. 2, 1945; 
K 57715. 

Pritchard (J. F.) & co. 2778 

Shell thickness chart for ^>i-asme pressure 
vessels. © Jan. 23, 1945; I 35907. 

Providence lithogr^h co. 2779-2791 

Beautiful temple. -Bible helps us to know God. - 
Springtime songs from the Bible. -Three servants. 
© Mar. 15, 1945; K 57602-57605. 

Church grows larger; by Ernest Prater. -Sowing 
on the plains; by Nina T. Brisley. © Mar. 15, 1945; 
H 2851, 2852. 

Copping (Harold): 

By the rivers of Babylon. - For all nations 
and all people, JT 4-1. - Lost coin, JT 2-4. - Nehe- 
mlah's midnight survey, JT 1-1. - Pharisee and 
the publican, JT 2-4. - Ten virgins, JT 2-4. © Nov. 
1, 1944; H 2844-2849. 

Temptation of Jesus, JT 2-1. © Nov. 1, 1944; 
K 57547. 

Pullman co. 2792, 2793 

If you'll do this. © Dec. 30, 1944; K 57471. 
This is what a fox-hole isn't. © Jan. 30, 1945; 

K 57668. 

# 

Purser (Mark William) 2794 

Engine conq)ression brake for automotive 
vehicles. © 1 c. June 9, 1944; I 35893. 

R. C. M. productions, inc. 2795-2799 

Precision wood machining, operations on a 
single face surfacer. Planing rough surfaces to 
dimensions, 1. © Feb. 1, 1945; J 37694. 

Precision wood mAChining, operations on the 
jointer: 

Beveling, stop chamfering, and tapering square 
stock, 2. - Face planing uneven surfaces, 3. -Joint- 
ing ail edge for gluing - installing knives, 4. - 
Jointing edges and ends 90 degrees to face, 1. © -^^ 
Feb. 1, 1945; J 37691-37693, 37695. M 

Radem (Elmer J.) 2800 

Provident manor. © Feb. 9, 1945; I 35883. 

Rausch (William W.) 2801-2805 

First floor plan: 

Four bedroom house, model 401. - Three 
bedroom house, with dining room, model 312. © 
Mar. 24, 1945; I 35955, 35957. 



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2862 



Post war models, vaxiatlons in roofs & ground 
cover. - Second floor plan, models 401-2-3-4-5-6, 
models 310-11-12, models 400 & 300 unfinished. 
© Mar. 24, 1945; I 35958, 35959. 

Three bedroom house with full dining room, 
model 304. © Mar. 21, 1945; I 35956. 

Ringholz (Norbert A.) 2806 

Ringholz fraction calculator. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1945; I 35908. 

Ringling bros. & Bamum & Bailey combined shows, 
inc. 2807-2809 

Key to menajterie poster. Black and white. © 
June 30, 1944; K 57600. 

Ringling bros. and Barnum & Bailey. The great- 
est show on earth: 

Sea lion design. - Title design. © Mar. 17, 
1945; K 57599, 57601. 

Rodriguez (Marcelino) 2810 

Kitchen apparel closet. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1945; 
I SS902. 

Rust craft publishers, inc. 2811-2820 

Hasti-notes, X413A-X413H, X413J, X413K. © 
Mar. 12, 1945; K 57585-57594. 

Salvation army, inc. 2821, 2822 

[Christ in Gethsemane] - [Dawn of new hope] 
© Mar. 1, 1945; K 57552, 57553. 

Sawyers. 2823 

Mt. Hood, Oregon, loop trip, 212. © Mar. 9, 
1945; J 37714. 

Schneider (Victor P.) 2824, 2825 

Mechanically tightened bottle stopper. - Wind- 
shield wiper heater. © 1 c. each Mar. 19, 1945; 
I 35929, 35930. 



2826 
1 c. Mar. 23, 1945; 



Sery (Henry) 

bidispensible tray. © 
I 35950. 

Shultz (Samuel M.) - 2827 

Easy-reach-self wall cabinet. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 
1945; I 35927. 

Simon (Edward P.) 2828-2835 

Axalea, P. 21. - Forsythia, P. 20^ - Honeysuckle, 
P.18. - Ivy, P.16. - Laurel, P.19. - Lilac, P.17. - 
Spirea, P.15. - Wisteria, P.22. © 1 c. each Mar. 
17, 1945; I 35918-35925. 

Simon bros. co. 2836 

From the tropics straight to Main street. © Dec. 
8, 1944; K 57596. 

Sorensen (Henry) 2837 

Sorensen concrete dam structure. © 1 c. Mar. 
14, 1945; I 35903. 

Spranger (John Anthony) 2838 

Miekelskii, the Great. © Feb. 16, 1945; K 57658. 

Staley (A. E.) mfg. co. 2839 

Weavers of India. © Jan. 15, 1945; K 57664. 

Stanley mfg. co. 2840-2845 

[Angel-face] 5S8039-5S8042. © Mar. 13, 1945; 
K 57675-57678. 



Merry Christmas. Here's dun^)ing a load of 
good luck in your lap, 15S9275. - Merry Christmas, 
sister I Here's hoping you're so happy, 15S9254 
© Mar, 13, 1945; K 57679, 57680. '^ 

Stein (Jack) 2846 

Air-flow fireplace. © Dec. 29, 1944; I 35905. 

Teich (Curt) & co., inc. 2847-2849 

Greetings from: 

Aberdeen, South Dakota, 4B-H456. © Dec. 
19, 1944; K 57674. 

Lancaster, Pa., 4B-H555. © Dec. 4, 1944: 
K 57673. 

Marion, Indiana, 4B-H914. © Feb. 24, 1945: 
K 57473. 



Thieme (Anthony) 

Late afternoon, Rockport. 
57550. 



2850 
Mar. 1, 1945; K 



Thomas (Charles C.) 2851 

[Neuro-ophthalmology] © Jan. 19, 1945; I 35941. 

Timken roller bearing co. 2852 

Help General Patch do the lob. © Mar. 5, 1945; 
K 57509. 



Town Oohn) 

Trailing cattle. 



2853 
1 c. Mar. 6, 1945; J 37709. 



Troxel (George O.) 
Testing hardness, 10. 



2854 
Mar. 14, 1945; 135926. 



Ueeck (Edward A.) 2855 

Palmer, Alaska, Palmer post office, September, 
1928. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1945; J 37716. 

United community & war fund, inc. 2856 

Heart of gold award. © Oct. 9, 1944; K 57697. 



United print shop. 

Storage receipt certificate. 
57718. 

Vacha (Lottie E.) 

Lassie's son Laddie. 
37710. 



2857 
Mar. 1, 1945; K 

1858 
1 c. July 10, 1944; J 



Vernon-Benshoff co. 2859 

[Vemon-Benshoff dental patient-education chart] 
6. © Mar. 19, 1945; I 35967. 

Von Beren (Russell D.) 2860 

General arrangement departmental plan of a 
school stressing orientation, circulation, and af- 
finities of departments. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1945; 
I 35886. 

Westinghouse electric & mfg. co. 2861 

Entire electromagnetic spectrum. © Dec. 19, 
1944; I 35954. 

Wokeck (Herman John) 2862 

Power wheel number 1. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1945; 
I 35885. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Reproductions of works of art (including 4 one-copy entries) 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (including 186 one-copy 

entries) 

Photographs (including 46 one-copy entries) 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 111 contributions to periodicals and other one -copy 

entries) ■ 



ToUl 



49 

356 
189 

875 
M69 



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Adaptol CO., Brooklyn. 288S 

Speedy reference chart and replacement chart. 
For precision tube adapters. © Jan. 23, 1945; KK 
30122. ' 

Agency paper co., New York. 2864 

Sky -rite air mail - lightweight -stationery. For 
air mail - lightweight stationery. © Feb. 8, 1945; 
KK 29996. 

Allis-Chalmers mfg. co., Milwaukee. 2865-2868 

Allis-Chalmers new streambarker, B<J341. For 
hydraulic barker. © Oct. 3, 1944; KK 29843. 

Allis-Chalmers ruptair magnetic air circuit 
breaker, B6346. For circuit breakers. © Dec, 19, 
1944; KK 29846. 

Parts list, type S across -the -line magnetic 
motor starters, siseno. 3, X5143. For motor start- 
ers. © Oct. 26, 1944; KK S9844. 

Welder A-C aropac, D-C weld-o-tron, B 6S08-A. 
For welding ^paratus. © Nov. 16, 1944; KK 2«845. 



American chemical paint co., Ambler, Pa. 2869 
Weedone. For weed killer, © Dec. 31, 1944; 
KK 30186. 

American engineering co., Philadelphia. 

2870-2872 

For stokers: 

Announcing the AE perfect spread stoker. © 
Jan. 9, 1945; KK 30095. 

What stoker streamlining means to you. © 
Feb. 2, 1945; KK 30097. 

Here's a 1/4 ton electric hoist you don t have 
to baby. For electric Jioist. © Jan, 15, 1946; KK 
30096. 

American felt co., Glenville, Conn. 2878, 2874 

For felt 

Felt density and hardness. Data sheet no. 1, 
Sept., 1944. Rev. © Dec. 28, 1944; KK 29941. 

Flame-proofed felt. Data sheet no. 12, Sept., 
1944. © Dec. 28, 1944; KK 29935. 

American gas assn,. New York. 2876 

Your dream, our scheme, and lol Tomorrow! 
For gas refrigerator. © Dec. 19, 1944; KK 30171. 

American locomotive co. & General electric co., 
Schenectady, N. Y. 2876, 2877 

For transportation e<iuipment: 

Mercy trains, 113-114. © Jan. 27, 1945; 
KK 30152. 

Moving mountains of munitions, 113-110. S> 
Jan. 13, 1945; KK 29907. 

American tag co., Chicago. 2878, 2879 

Decals. For decalcomanla trajisfers. © Jan. 

6, 1945; KK 30110. 

Gummed labels. For labels. © Jan. 5, 1946; 

KK 30111. 

American tobacco co.. New York. 2880 

Why, sure! For cigarettes. © Jan. 26, 1945; 
KK 29893. 



Austenal laboratories, inc., Chicago. 8881 

Reconstruction of the common duct with a 

vltallium tube, series 2, no. 5. For pearse type 

vitalliumbile duct tubes. © Feb. 19, 1945; KK S03SS. 

Baldwin locomotive works, Philadelphia. 

2882, 2683 

SR-4 scanning recording equipment. For test- 
ing equipment. © Jan. 31, 1945; KK 30066. 

SR-4 strain recorder. Bulletin 214. For strain 
recorder. © Jan. 25, 1945; KK 29918. 

Bei^hlre knitting mills, Reading, Pa. 2884 

Berkaltlre colors, spring, 1945. For hosiery. 
© Jan. 11^ 1945; KK 29881. 

Bernstein bros., Los Angeles. 2885 

Sunshine by the yard, from fabulous California 1 
For yard goods. © Aug. 1, 1944; KK 30109. 

Best i CO., inc.. New York. 2886-2913 

Another of Best's famous specialties, suttmates. 
For misses hats. © F^. 8, 1945; KK 30103. 

California converters' new printed cottons Jol» 
Best's group of exclusive fabrics. For little girls* 
dresses. © Feb. 4, 1945; KK 30098. 

City-country separates in good gray flannel. For 
misses skirt, jacket, slacks and sweater. ® Feb. 
16, 1945; KK 30218. 

City -country separates in good gray flannel. New 
for girls, a reversible in navy and red. For misses 
jacket and skirt and girls coat. © Fd>. 9, 1945; KK 
30107. 

Crisp rayon faille, becoming little dresses to 
wear everywhere for now, for spring. For misses 
dresses. © Jan. 28, 1945; KK 29921. 

Exotic Mexican colors make a blouse bright. 
For misses blouse. © Feb. 1, 1946; KK 29924. 

Fashion-wise wools for young cosmopolitans. 
For junior miss dresses. ® Feb, 16, 1946; KK 
30219. 

Fine tailoring on a new, girls' fitted topcoat. For 
girls' coat. © Feb. 9, 1945; KK 30105. 

For fun in the sun, checked gingham. For 
checked playsult. © Feb. 7, 1945; KK 80101. 

From Best's famous Llliputian basaar. Ad- 
ventures out of doors begin tn a lovely wrapper 
and cap set. For baby wrapper and cap. © Feb. 
13, 1945; KK 30211, 

From Best's famous Llliputiw» ba«aar. Fine, 
white lawn and dainty , val-type lace. For baby dress. 
© Feb. 6, 1945; KK 30100. 

From Best's famous Llliputian baxaar. North 
star's fine blanket of closely woven, fleecy, wool. 
For baby blanket. © Jan. 30, 1945; KK 29922, 

Good gray flannels. In top demand for now-lnto- 
spring. For misses suits, slacks ft jacket, girls 
coat & suit, boy's suit, little girls' coat. © Feb. 
5, 1945; KK 30099. 

Good news for suit lovers 1 Pretty white blouses. 
For misses* blouses. © Feb, 9, 1945; KK S0108. 

Many-occasioned wool soft suits. For misses 
suits. © Feb. 2, 1945; KK 29926. 

Nada reversible r(*e. For misses robe, w reo, 
18, 1945; KK 30220. 



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2980 



New straw bonnet wears a feather halo. For 
misses hat. © Feb. 15, 1945; KK 30216. 

Playtime in Juilliard's zephyroy corduroy. Foj 
little boy's suspender shorts & overalls. © Feb. 

8, 1945; KK 30104. 

Pretty pumps to flatter your feet. Flattering 
from every angle I Baby bustle dress. For misses 
dress & misses shoes. © Feb. 14, 1945; KK 30214. 

Prized wool' gabardines for young cosmopolitans. 
For junior miss suits. © Feb. 9, 1945; KK 30108. 

Rayon moire suit-dress with a peplum flare. 
For misses dress. © Feb. 2, 1945; KK 29925. 

Sun shines on bare shoulders. For mioses sun 
back dress & jacket. © Feb. 15, 1945; KK 30217. 

'Teen ages love that two-piece look. Red or 
navy wool for our white-piped cardigan. When it's 
topcoat time - the wool tweed reefpr. For little 
girls jacket & skirts, missed jacket, boy's reefer. 
© Feb. 16, 1945; KK 30221. 

Versatile suit in men's wear worsted. Stripes 
and plaids says the Liliputian bazaar and does more 
of those adorable cotton frocks. For little girls 
dresses & misses suit. © Feb. 15, 1945; KK 30215. 

weather-proof ski jacket. Young version of the 
wool jacket and skirt. For misses ski jacket & 
girls skirt & jacket. © Jan. SO, 1945; KK 29923. 

Wool button-up with the new soft silhouette. 
For misses dress. © Feb. 8, 1945; KK 30102. 

Wool town suit for now and later. For misses 
suit. © Feb. 13, 1945; KK 30212. 

Young cosmopolitans choose floral prints. For 
junior miss dress. © Feb. 14, 1945; KK 30213. 

Best foods, inc.. New Yoric. 2914 

Your shoes are showing I For shoe polish. © 
Feb. 4, 1945; KK 30049. 

Blue bell, inc., New York. 2915-2927 

For overalls- & other work clothes: 

Big guns. © Nov. 30, 1944; KK 30203. 

Blue bells put blueprints into action. © Sept. 
28, 1944; KK 30198. 

Blue bell's word of honor to you. © Jan. 18, 
1945; KK 30207. 

Meet the biggest news in work clothes labeling. 
© Jan. 11, 1945; KK 30206. 

Qualitag, the tag that X-rays quality. © Feb. 
1, 1945; KK 30209. 

Remember these three in work clothes. © 
Oct. 26, 1944; KK 30200. 

Seeing and reading are believing, © Jan, 25, 
1945; KK 30208. 

Sign of an invincible America. © Sept. 14, 
1944; KK 30197. 

This royal family has three names. © Nov. 

9, 1944; KK 30201. 

Three great names, growing greater. © Nov. 
23, 1944; KK 30202. 

Three names for better work clothes. © Dec. 
7, 1944; KK .30204. 

Three names to watch for post-war. © Oct. 
13, 1944; KK 30199. 

Three ways to plan a brighter future. © Dec. 
21, 1944; KK 30205. 

Bon Ami co., New York. 2928-2930 

For cleanser: 

It's such a pleasant cleanser to work with! 
© Dec. 25, 1944; KK 30170. 

See! It does the polishing too! © Jan. 23, 
1945; KK 30168. 



So that's why your things have such a lovely 
lustre! © Dec. 27, 1944; KK 30169. 

Borden co.. New York. 2931-2945 

But Elmer, how can the menu tell you It's a 
good place to eat? For cheese. © Jan. 5, 1945; 
KK 29886. 

Daddy says rich-flavored Borden's creamed 
cottage cheese makes a meal a banquet! For 
creamed cottage cheese. © Oct. 17, 1944; KK 
29879. 

Dry skim milk improves the diet at low cost. For 
dry skim milk. © Sept. 29, 1944; KK 30008. 
For Bovden's egg-nog: 

Come one! Come all! © Dec. 20, 1944; KK 
29883. 

Get out the bowl! Get out the glasses! © 
Dec. 12, 1944; KK 29882. 
For dairy products: 

I see hundreds of eyes watching your career! 
© Jan, 1, 1945; KK 29885. 

What milk g^ves you more cream. © July 
23, 1944; KK 29876. 

When a lady resolves. © Jan. 9, 1945; KK 
29887. 

For homogenized milk: 

At Borden's, young lady, 99 o/o Isn't passing I 
© Sept. 19, 1944; KK 29877. 

On Borden farms we houseclean every day! 
© Oct. 24, 1944; KK 29881. 

Study hard, Beulah. © Oct. 5, 1944; KK 
29878. 

For malted milk: 

Borden's hemo delicious vitamin- mineral 
chocolate drink. © July 15, 1944; KK 29875, 

Confidentially, doctor, you know more about 
it than I do! © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 29884. 

I wouldn't believe a daughter of mine could 
be such a droop! © Jan. 19, 1945; KK 29888. 

Free! Get these wonderful gifts. For irradiated 
evaporated milk. © Oct. 26, 1944; KK 29880. 



Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N. J. 

2946-2980 
Botany 500. For men's clothing. © Feb. 15, 
1945; KK 30254. 
For knitting yarns: 

Botany model of the month, v. 2, no. 1. © 
Feb. 2, 1942; KK 30023. 

Botany model of the month, v. 2, no. 2. © 
Mar. 2, 1942; KK 30024, 

Botany model of the month, v. 2, no, 3. © 
Apr. 1, 1942; KK 30025. 

Botany model of the month, v. 2, no. 5. © 
June 1, 1942; KK 30027. 

Botany model of the month, v. 2, no. 6. © 
July 1, 1942; KK 30028. 

Botany model of the month, v. 2, no. 7. © 
Aug. 1, 1942; KK 30029. 

Botany model of the month club, v. 2, no. 4. 
© May 1, 1942; KK 30026. 

Botany model of the month club, v. 2, no. 8. 
© Sept. 1, 1942; KK 30030. 

Botany model of the month club, v, 2, no. 9. 
© Oct. 1, 1942; KK 30031. 

Botany model of the month club, v. 2, no. 10. 
© Nov. 2, 1942; KK 30032. 

Botany model of the month club, v. 2, no. 11. 
© Dec. 1, 1942; KK 30033. 

Botany model of the month club, v. 2, no. 12. 
© Jan. 2, 1943; KK 30034. 



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Botany model of the month club, t. S, no. 1. 
© Feb. 1, 1943; KK 30078. 

Botany model of the month club, v. 3, no. 2. 
© Mar. 1, 1943; KK 30051. 

Botany model of the month club, t. 3, no. 3. © 
Apr. 1, 1943; KK 30052. 

Botany model of the month club, v. 3, no. 4. 
© May 1, 1943; KK 30053. 

Botany model of the month club, v. 3, no. 5. 
© June 1, 1943; KK 30054. 

Botany model of the month club, t. 3, no. 6. 
© July 1, 1943; KK 30055. 

Botany model of the month club, t. 3, no. 7. 
© Aug. 2, 1943; KK 30056. 

Botany model of the month club, V. 3, no. 8. 
© Sept. 1, 1943; KK 30057. 

Botany model of the month club, v. 3, no. 9. 
© Oct. 1, 1943; KK 30058. 

Botany model of the month club, t. 3, no. 10. 
© Nov. 1, 1943; KK 30059. 

Botany model of the month club, v. 3, no. 11. 
© Dec. 1, 1943; KK 30060. 

Botany model of the month club, v. 3, no. 12. 
© Jan. 3, 1944; KK 30061. 

Botany model of the month club, v. 4, no. 1. 
© Feb. 1, 1944; KK 30035. 

Botany model of the month club, v. 4, no. 2. 
© Mar. 1, 1944; KK 30036. 

Botany model of the month club, t. 4, no. 3. 
© Apr. 1, 1944; KK 30037. 

Botany model of the month club, v. 4, no. 4. 
© May 1, 1944; KK 30038. 

Botany model of the month club, v. 4, no. 5. 
© June 1, 1944; KK 30039. 

Botany model of the month club, v. 4, no. 6. 
© July 1, 1944; KK 30040. 

Botany model of the month club, v. 4, no. 8. 
© Sept. 1, 1944; KK 30041. 

Botany model of the month club, v. 4, no. 9. 
© Oct. 2, 1944; KK 30042. 

Botamr model of the month club, v. 4, no. 10. 
© Not. 1, 1944; KK 30043. 

Botany model of the month club, v. 4, no. 11. 
© Dec. 5, 1944; KK 30044. 

Briggs mfg. cp., Detroit. 2981 

Family foursome, that's our new bathroom I For 
plumbingware. © Feb. 3, 1945; KK 29857. 

Browning King & co.. New York. 2982 

Cheviot suit. For clothing. © Jan. 11, 1945; 
KK 29916. 

Campus sales co. See Kampa (Edmund P.), d. 
b. a. Campus sales co. 

Candy bros. mfg. co., St. Louis. 2983 

Feather-throat I For cough drops. © Nov. 25, 
1944; KK 29890. 

Carroll (Gene) Chicago. 2984 

For discriminating women, natural birth control. 
The dial method of child spacing. For perpetual 
indicator calendar. © Mar. 20, 1944; KK 29861. 

Cash (A. W.) CO., Decatur, III. 2985 

Cash standard type 123 diaphragm relief valve. 
For relief valves. © Feb. 9, 1945; KK 30249. 

Celanese corp. of America, New York. 2986 

America sees it through - synthetics. For Cel- 
anese textiles, plastics, chemicals. © Feb. 4, 1945; 
KK 30179. 



Champion products co.. New York. 2987 

Wolf license [cards] For leather badges. © Jan. 
26, 1945; KK 29858. 

Chilk (Joseph) Los Angeles. 2988 

For drawing-power look to gag-ads. For mats. 
© Aug. 22, 1944; KK 30189. 

Clairol, inc., Stamford, Conn. 2989-2991 

For hair tint: j 

Before and after. © Jan. 25, 1945; KK 30084. * 
Before and after. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30178. 
Same woman! © Jan. 30, 1945; KK 30085. 

Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 2992 

How about a coke? Three girls at counter. For 
soft drink. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30167. 

Cohen (Charles Sigismund), d. b. a. Sigismund, 
Philadelphia. 2993^ 

No work today 1 For eyeglasses. © Feb. 1, 1945; 

KK 30242. 

Cohn (H.) CO., Baltimore. 2994-2996 

Introducing Sizzy and Puzzy. For tooth brush, 

tooth paste, shoe polish L dauber. © Nov. 15, 

1944; KK 30075. 

Introducing Sizzy and Puzzy. For tooth brush, 

tooth paste, shoe polish, brushes, and dauber. © 

Nov. 15, 1944; KK 30076. 

Now I Good habits are heaps of funl For tooth 

paste. © Feb. 3, 1945; KK 30077. 

Cole of California, inc., Los Angeles. 2997-2999 
Sideswept, LA-:2-A. For swim suits< © Dec. 

29, 1944; KK 30250. 

S\m goddess, LA-1. For swim suit. © Oct. 31, 

1944; KK 29966. 

What does a girl look for in a bathing suit, LA- 

12. For bathing suits. © Jan. 10, 1945; KK 29967. 

Columbia pictures corp., New York. 3000, 3001 
For stills, posters, window cards, lobby dis- 
play cards, slides & mats: 

I love a mystery. © Dec. 29, 1944; KK 29848. 

Sagebrush heroes. © Dec. 29, 1944; KK 
29847. 

Conklin pen co., Chicago. 3002 

Names that endure. Louis Pasteur, founder of 
bacteriology. Conklin, the pen that endures for 
generations. For fountain pens. © Feb. 17, 1945; 
KK 30089. 

Corn products sales co., New York. 3003, 3004 

Power behind the home. For syrup. © Jan. 19, 

1945; KK 29872. 

Sad Iron learns the Unit glide. For starch. © 

Jan. 19, 1945; KK 29871. 

Daly ticket co., Collinsvllle, 111. 3005 

Make it all-out production. For combination 
miner's checks. © Oct. 3, 1944; KK 29862. 

Davison chemical corp., Baltimore. 3006 

Dehydration of refrigerants. For silica gel. 
© Jan. 29, 1945; KK 30252. 

Dick (A. B.) CO., Chicago. 3007-3014 

For stencil duplicators & supplies: 

Black on white. © Jan. 15, 1945; KK 30236. 



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3052 



Champion slugger. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 30237. 

Clean, clear-cut copies. © Jan. 10, 1945; KK 
29920. 

Deadly queen. © Dec. 1, 1944; KK 29917. 

Finest In duplication. © Dec. 24, 1944; KK 
30154. 

Helpful hints for a good secretary. © Jan. 1, 
1945; KK 30238. 

Streamline your production - control paper- 
work. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 30235. 

Young business Interns. © Jan. 15, 1945; KK 
30239. 

Doho chemical corp., New York. 3015 

We are privileged to present. For medicinal. 
© Feb. 6, 1945; KK 30259. 

Downs (John Whitney) Los Angeles. 3016 

Sheave block data - for standard hoisting service. 
For sheave blocks. © Nov. 1, 1944; KK 30210. 

DuMont (Allen B.) laboratories, inc., Passaic, N. J. 

3017, 3018 
For precision instruments: 

Final test, these unretouched oscillogram 
photos of the DuMont type 248 oscillograph, tell the 
story best. © Nov. 1, 1944; KK 29849. 

Perfect exposure because of shutters and 
flash-bulbs checked by DuMont oscillography. © 
Jan. 1, 1945; KK 29850. 

Durham mig. co., Muncle, Ind. 3019 

We can't give you anything but love— I For metal 
furniture. © Feb. 8, 1945; KK 30226. 

Electric boat co., New York. 3020 

C onning the kill . For submarines , motor torpedo 
boats. © Jan. 9, 1945; KK 30047. 

Elk fillii^ Corp., Buffalo. 3021 

Toy tent. For toys, games, dolls, books, puzzles, 
etc. © Oct. 1, 1944; KK 29940. 

Esso, inc., New York. 3022 

State records show that only half of America's 
cars get check-ups. For petroleum products. © 
Jan. 27, 1945; KK 30261. 

Eversharp, inc., Chicago. 3023 

May we suggest the answer to the $64 question. 
For fountain pen. © Jan. 26, 1945; KK 30065. 

Exhibit supply co., Chicago. 3024, 3025 

Pep-o-meter. For cards sold by means of 
vendii^ machines. © Jan. 31, 1945; KK 29942. 

Price list. For cards & supplies for penny ar- 
cades. © Feb. 6, 1945; KK 30063. 

Fun film library. New York. 3026 

Flicker frolics. For movie films. © Feb. 5, 
1945; KK 30231. 

Gaines food co., inc., Sherburne, N. Y. 3027 

Results you can really see. For dog food. © 
Feb. 2, 1945; KK 30191. 

General electric co. See American locomotive co. 

General foods corp. , New York. 3028, 3029 

Country flavor for city folks. For catsup. © 

Feb. 2, 1945; KK 30048. 

3 new mix-easy cakes and 6 decorating ideas I 

For recipe package insert. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 

30240. 



General mills, inc., Minneapolis. 3030-3033 

Gosht Breakfast's like a party at'grandmaw'sl 
For cereal. © Dec. 17, 1944; KK 29954. 

Lookl An oat cereal all ready to eat. For cer- 
eals. © Dec. 24, 1944; KK 29956. 

Maraschino party cake. For flour. © Dec. 19, 
1944; KK 29955. 

Try a little monosodium glutamatel For food 
products. © Jan. 9, 1945; KK 29957. 

Gramat bros., San Francisco. 3034, 3035 

For your valentine. For diamond rings. © Feb. 

11, 1945; KK 30246. 

Men's wedding rings. For men's wedding rings. 

© Jan. 21, 1945; KK 29867. 

Great Atlantic & Pacific tea co.. New York. 

3036-3041 

Fine teas tailored to your taste, fitted to your 
purse. For tea. © Dec. 10, 1944; KK 29958. 

For groceries: 

Look what grand eating 25^ will buyl © Dec. 
10, 1944; KK 29959. 

No wonder women agree. It's time to turn to 
A. & P. © Dec. 18, 1944; KK 29963. 

It sings with flavor, coffee that's 5 ways better. 
For coffee. © Dec. 10, 1944; KK 29960. 

Yes, sunshine supplies vitamin D. For evaporat- 
ed milk. © Dec. 10, 1944; KK 29961. 

3 easy recipes, quick to fix. For bread. © 
Dec. 10, 1944; KK 29962. 

Grlnnell co., inc.. Providence. 3042, 3043 

Grlnnell mulsifyre systems. For fire extinguish- 
ing system equipment. © Jan. 4, 1945; KK 29892. 

Grlnnell pipe joint compounds for every piping 
service. For pipe joint compounds. © Feb. 1, 
1945; KK 29905. 

Hanley (Tames) co.. Providence. 3044 

What re we waiting for? For ale. ® Feb. 14, 
1945; ^K 30263. 

Hansen's (Chr.) laboratory, inc.. Little Falls, N. 
Y. 3045-3047 

Desserts for tomorrow. For jimket food products. 
© Jan. 18, 1945; KK 29853. 
For rennet tablets: 

Delicious milk desserts put accent on appe- 
tite. © Dec. 30, 1944; KK 29852. 

Milk becomes a treat. © Dec. 2, 1944; KK 
29851. 

Hercules powder co., Wilmington, Del. 3048 

Truline mold spray 91, a new foundry aid by 
the makers of truline binder. For truline mold 
spray 91. © Jan. 3, 1945; KK 29859. 

Hirestra laboratories, inc., New York. 3049 

Help nature endow you with more youthful skin 
beauty. For hand cream. © Feb. 15, 1945; KK 
30262. 

Hudnut (Richard) New York. 3050 

Your color-scope chart. For beauty preparations. 
© Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30091. 

Indiana steel products co., Chicago. 3051, 3052 

For permanent magnets: 

Basic types of permanent magnets. © Jsui. 
5, 1945; KK 29983. 

Battle commands reach all hands! © Nov. 
28, 1944; KK 29982. 



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pt. IV, n. 8., V. 40 



Italian Swiss colony, San Francisco. 3053, 3054 

For wines: 

They knew what they wanted. © Jan. 20, 1945; 
KK 30119.. 

They know what they wanted, © Jan. 25, 1945; 
KK 30120. 

Ives (Harry A.) Brooklyn. 3055 

Beautiful American and English antiques. For 
antiques. © Sept. 8, 1944; KK 30133. 

Johansen bros. shoe co.. Inc., St. Louis. 3056 

Johansen shoes. For shoes. © Feb. 1, 1945; 
KK 30233. 

Johnson (Walter H.) candy co., Chicago. 

3057-3059 
For candy bar: 

Don't get het up ma'am. © Jan. 30, 1945; KK 
29995. 

Don't lose your head, ma'am. © Feb. 5, 1945; 
KK 30150. 

Your safe Is safe, ma'aml Comic strip. © 
Jan. 23, 1945; KK 29894. 

Johnson products co., Buffalo. 3060 

Grime doesn't pay. For a household cleaner. 
© Oct. 1, 1944; KK 30224. 

Kampa (Edmund P.), d. b. a. Campus sales co., 
Milwaukee. 3061 

Lip expression. For cosmetics. © Sept. 14, 

1943; KK 30128. 

Kennametal, Inc., Latrobe, Pa. 3062 

Kennametal standard tool selection chart. For 
Kennametal carbide tipped tools. © Jan. 24, 1945; 
KK 30190. 

Kla-mln laboratories, Los Angeles. 3063 

Man's rightful heritage. Hesdth mineral. For 
organic mineral solution. © Nov. 22, 1944; KK 
30045. 

Kldde (Walter) & co., inc., New York. 3064, 3065 
Kldde carbon dioxide fire extinguishing system. 

For automatic fire extinguishing equipment. © Feb. 

1, 1945; KK 30017. 

Kldde gun chargers. For gun chargers. © Dec. 

8, 1944; KK 29993. 

Klemm (M. W.) Lincoln, Ul. 3066, 3067 

For poultry: 

Lookt Here's your proof. © Jan. 24, 1945; 
KK 30019. 

Mapleslde advanced breeding will Increase 
your profits. © Jan. 19, 1945; KK 30018. 

Legion of the Half-a-heart, Los Angeles. 3068 

Keep your heart In service I Join the Legion 
of the Half-a-heart. For emblems. ©Jan. 11,1945; 
KK 30083. 

Lehn & Fink products corp., Bloomfleld, N. J. 

3089-3074 
For disinfectant: 

Medical school tests prove lysol kills flu bug. 
© Feb. 2, 1945; KK 30194. 

Well, something's keeping the doctor away. 
© Jan. 19, 1945; KK 29906. 

Handy advice by Arlene Francis. I see love In 
your hand. For cosmetics. © Feb. 6, 1945; KK 
30123. 



Have you listened to Hinds blind date. For cos- 
metics & dentifrice. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 29936. 

Toothsome Clare. For tooth powder. © Jan. 
15, 1945; KK 30064. 

Why are red headed women Irresistible to men? 
For henna, disinfectant, hand cream & tooth powder. 
© Jan. 18, 1945; KK 30046. 

Lentherlc, Inc., New York. 3075, 3076 

Lentherlc perfumes miracle. For perfumes. 

© Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30245. 

Soft-focus make-up. For cosmetics. © Feb. 

14, 1945; KK 30248. 

Llebmann breweries, Inc., Brooklyn. 3077 ^ 

My beer Is Rhelngold, the dry beer! Says Jane 
House, Miss Rhelngold, 1944. For alcoholic bev- 
erage. © Nov. 12, 1944; KK 29911. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co., New York. 

3078-3083 
For cigarettes: 

Amount of smoking pleasure it gives you Is 
the only soimd basis for selecting a cigarette. © 
Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30092. 

Come on Chesterfield, we're changing to a 
new outfit. © Feb. 5, 1945; KK 30094. 

Look fellers. © Feb. 11, 1945; KK 30196. 

Tacky Skinner says: With us It's Chester- 
field. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30093. 

Tangier Stokes. © Jan. 25, 1945; KK 30015. 

Your only concern In selecting a cigarette. © 
Jan. 18, 1945; KK 30195. 

Llndstrom (Carl) Chicago. 8084 

False teeth. For stabilizing powder for false 
teeth. © Jan. 12, 1945; KK 29860. 

Lingo 0ohn E.) & son. Inc., Camden, N. J. 

3085 

Vertical tubular steel radiators. For vertical 

tubular steel radiators. © Jan. 23, 1945; KK 30114. 

Lord & Taylor. New York. 3086-3090 

For women s wearing apparel: 

American look - It's as typically American. 
© Jan. 21, 1945; KK 30175. 

American look - It's being beautifully dressed. 
© Jan. 15, 1945; KK 30174. 

American look - It's doing your hair. © Jan. 
14, 1945; KK 30173. 

American look - It's dressing so people will 
say. © Jan. 14, 1945; KK 30172. 

American look - It's using color so you look 
gay. © Jan. 17, 1945; KK 30134. 

McGavln (James) Springfield, 111. 3091 

Bank golf. For outdoor game. © Feb. 15, 1945; 
KK 30234. 

MacmlUan petroleum corp., Los Angeles. 

3092-3096 
For motor oil: 

Macmlllan ring -free motor oil. © Nov. 2, 
1944; KK 30003. 

Macmlllan ring-free motor oil. © Dec. 28, 
1944; KK 30006. 

Macmlllan ring-free motor oil. © Jan. 1, 
1945; KK 30004. 

Problem of bearing failure. © Dec. 28, 1944; 
KK 30005. 

We're all ring-free boosters around here. © 
Dec. 9, 1944; KK 30007. 



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3142 



Magic Valley groves, Alamo, Tex.. 3097 

Magic Valley groves. Texas' finest fruits. For 
fruits. © Nov. 30, 1942; KK 30121. 

Marchand (Charles) co.. New York. 3098 

Wonderfull The effects you can get with this 
new make-up for the hair I For hair rinse. © Oct. 
29, 1943; KK 30113. 

Marlboro products co., New York. 3099 

Styled by Marlboro. For leather ' goods, gifts 
& novelties. © Jan. 18, 1945; KK 30241. 

Mathleson alkali works, Inc., New York. 3100-3108 
For lo-bax powder, chlorine bactericide: 

Bacteria control by dairy plants. © Dec. 15, 
1944; KK 29835. 

Meeting milk ordinance requirements. ©Dec. 
15, 1944; KK 29834. 

Protecting milk from cow to consumer. © 
Dec. 15, 1944; KK 29837. 

Recommend and sell lo-bax chlorine bacter- 
icide. © Jan. 25, 1945; KK 29838. 

Stop reject lossesi © Dec. 15, 1944; KK 
29836. 

For lo-bax special, chlorine bactericide: 

Prevent sour mllkl © Jan. 25, 1945; KK 
29839. 

Produce high quality fluid milk. © Jan. 25, 
1945; KK 29840. 

Producing and distributing high quality milk. 
© Jan. 25, 1945; KK 29841. 

Quality products through bacteria control. 
© Jan. 25, 1945; KK 29842. 

Micro switch Corp., Freeport, 111. 3109 

Micro switches have been generally adopted by 
the aircraft Industry. For precision electric switch- 
es. © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 30020. 

Micro switch dlv., Freeport, 111. 3110, 3111 

For precision electric switches. 

Silver lining to a washday cloud. © Aug; 5, 
1944; KK 30021. 

Utilities find many spots for Micro switch. 
© Aug. 19, 1944; KK 30022. 

Midwest mfg. & engineering corp.. New York. 

3112 
Vuedez and vuerax. For cigarette cases & tie 
& accessory rack. © Jan. 31, 1945; KK 30193. 

Minnesota mining 6 mi^. co., St. Paul. 3113 

You're telling me! Sure, I could do It better with 
Scotch tape! For Scotch cellulose tape. © Jan. 26, 
1945; KK 29919. 



Miss Swank, Inc.. New York. 



3114 
No, they won't ride up. For slips. © Jan. 21, 
1945; KK 30002. 

National distillers products corp.,* New York. 

3115, 3116 
For whiskey: 

Class teUs. © Feb. 10, 1945; KK 30228. 
Hats off to Ice. © Jan. 13, 1945; KK 30227. 

Nelson Icco., Inc., Baltimore^ 3117-3128 

For electrical appliances L {riionograph records 
L steel products: - 

Nelson & co. Distributors [of] electrlcsd 
appliances, phonograph records [and steel products. 
Calendar] Jan., 1945. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 29968. 



Nelson & co. Distributors [of] electrical 
appliances, phonograph records [and steel products. 
Calendar] Feb., 1945. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 29969. 

Nelson & co. Distributors [of] electrical 
appliances, phonograph records [and steel products. 
Calendar] Mar. 1945. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 29970. 

Nelson & co. Distributors [of] electrical 
appliances, phonograph records [and steel products. 
Calendar] Apr., 1945. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 29971. 

Nelson & co. Distributors [of] electrical ap- 
pliances, phonograph records [and steel products. 
Calendar] May, 1945. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 29972. 

Nelson & co. Distributors [of] electrical 
appliances, phonograph records [and steel products. 
Calendar] June, 1945. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK ^9973. 

Nelson & co. Distributors [of] electrical 
appliances, phonograph records [and steel products. 
Calendar] July, 1945. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 29974. 

Nelson & co. Distributors [of] electrical 
appliances, phonograph records [and steel products. 
Calendar] Aug., 1945. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 29975. 

Nelson & CO. Distributors [of] electrical 
appliances, phonograph records [and steel products. 
Calendar] Sept., 1945. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 29976. 

Nelson & co. Distributors [of] electrical 
appliances, phonograph records [and steel products. 
Calendar] Oct., 1945. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 29977. 

Nelson & co. Distributors [of] electrical 
appliances, phonograph records [and steel products. 
Calendar] Nov., 1945. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 29978. 

Nelson & co. Distributors [of] electrical 
appliances, phonograph records [and steel products. 
Calendar] Dec, 1945. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 29994. 

New day pub. co., Newark, N. J. 3129 

For a just and lasting peace. Divine unity stick- 
er. For red, white, blue gummed sticker. © Nov. 
11, 1944; KK 29854. 

New York air brake co. , New York. 3130, 3131 

For hydraulic controls: 

As loads grow the need grows - for finger- 
tip control. © Jan. 8, 1945; KK 29988. 

Flnger-tlp control - In super-highway con- 
struction. © Dec. 30, 1944; KK 29987. 

Overhead door corp., Hartford City, Ind. 3132 

Rugged construction. For overhead doors. © 
Dec. 1, 1944; KK 29965. 

Pabst brewing CO., Milwaukee. 3133-3140 

For beer: 

But why should I handle a carton with kid 
gloves? © Oct. 15, 1944; KK 30163. 

Do I look like a magician? © Sept. 15, 1944; 
KK 30162. 

Hey, get a light! © Jan. 31, 1945; KK 30165. 

Hit of the show. © Mar. 10, 1944; KK 29868. 

Eow to make bartenders burst Into tears. © 
Oct. 24, 1944; KK 29869. 

On the hot alleys. ©Dec. 10, 1944; KK 30184. 

Symbol of friendly companionship. © May 
1, 1944; KK 29870. 

Your fabrics get a great, big hand. For desizer. 
© Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30166. 

Parke, Davis 6 co., Detroit. 3141 

Parke-DavlB vitamins In action. For pharma- 
ceutical preparation. © Jan. 2, 1945; KK 29830. 

Parker appliance co., Cleveland. 3142 

Parker AN fittings, equivalents for AC and NAF. 
For type flUlngs. © Mar. 17, 1944; KK 30117. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 40 



Pepsi -cola CO., Long Island City, N. Y. 3143 

Pepsi, the Pepsi-cola cop. Pepsi at the North 
Pole. For bottle beverage. © Feb. 4, 1945; KK 
30180. 

PlUsbury flour mills co., Minneapolis. 3144-3146 
For flour: 

He up and kissed me. © Oct. 8, 1944; KK 
30067. 

PlUsbury famous 4 kernels - redecorate their 
home. © Sept. 10, 1944; KK 30068. 

PUlsbury's 4-kemel flavor parade. © Nov. 

5, 1944; KK 30069. 

PlUsbury mlUs, Inc., Minneapolis. 3147, 3148 

For flour: 

Apricots, raisins guaranteed baking In the 
pie that^s tops for taste. ©Jan. 17, 1945; KK 30071. 
My mom sure put me In solid I © Jan. 7, 
1945; KK 30070. 

Plomb tool CO., Los Angeles. 3149 

Plomb close -coupled unlversals are the short- 
est. For universal sockets & hand tools. © Dec. 
18, 1944; KK 30251. 

Price bros. co., Dayton, O. 3150 

What Is flexlcore floor and roof slab. For floor 
& roof slab. © Jan. 5, 1945; KK 29964. 

Pullman-Standard car mfg. co., Chicago. 

3151-3153 
For railroad equipment: 

Distribution of Pullman-Standard's 1944 sales 
dollar. © Jan. 5, 1945; KK 29985. 

New thrill In railroad travel. ©Jan. 19, 1945; 
KK 29986. 

Three-tier. The budget sleeper. © Dec. 30, 
1944; KK 29984. 

Ramsey accessories mfg. Corp., St. Louis. 

3154, 3155 
For piston rings: 

AU Ramco piston rings now finished by the 
war -developed Ramco micro-lap production method. 
© Jan. 1, 1945; KK 29855. 

Double life principle. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 
29856. 

Refined syrups & sugars, Inc., Yonkers, N. Y. 

3156 
New way to use sugar. For liquid Sugar. © Jan. 

6, 1945; KK 29863. 

Rome cable Corp., Rome, N. Y. 3157, 3158 

For wire cable: 

Insulation can cover a multitude of sins. © 
Dec. 11, 1943; KK 29910. 

What's your problem? © Nov. 13, 1943; KK 
29909. 

Ronrlco corp., San Juan, Puerto Rico. 3159 

By skilled hands. For rum. © Jan. 30, 1945; 
KK 30258. 

Schenley Import corp., New York. 3160-3162 

For rum: 

For your holiday egg-nog. © Dec. 1, 1943; 
KK 30256. 

IntematlonaUy famous since 1862. © July 
29, 1943; KK 30257. 

World-famous Bacardi cocktail. © Sept. 23, 
1943; KK 30256. 



Schlumbohm (Peter) New York. 3163 

Fahrenheltor, the chemist's way of cooling a 

bottle. For medical appliance. © Jan. 27, 1945; 
KK 30188. 

Seven-up co., St. Louis. 3164' 

You like it, 510-B. For soft drink. © Sept. 19, 
1944; KK 30080. 

Slglsmund. See Cohen (Charles Slglsmimd), d.b. a. 
Slglsmtmd. 

Singer mfg. co., Ellzabethport, N. J. 3165 

Announcing the new smaller A -11 model of the 
Singer surgical stitching Instrument. For A-11 
model Singer surgical stitching Instrument. © Jan. 
1, 1945; KK 29937. 

Standards brands, Inc., New York. 3166-3169 

For V-8 vegetable juices: 

Combined juices of all these vegetables. © 
Oct. 22, 1943; KK 30131. 

Juices of all these nutritious vegetables In 
every glass of V-8. © Sept. 22, 1943; KK 30130. 

Juices of aU these vegetables In every glass 
of V-8. © Sept. 17, 1943; KK 30129. 

V-8's gift to you. © Nov. 10, 1943; KK 30132. 

Standard oU co., Chicago. 3170, 3171 

For gasoline & motor oil: 

George, let's have the Standard oil man look 
under the hood of the car. © Feb. 8, 1945; KK 
30087. 

If you'd just have the Standard oil man check 
the car regularly, George, you'd avoid the pitfalls 
of car trouble. © Jan. 24, 1945; KK 30086. 

Stoffel seals co., Inc., Scarsdale, N. Y. 3172 

Zip seal. For seal. © Dec. 13, 1944; KK 
30118. 

Stromberg -Carlson co., Rochester, N. Y. 3173 

He watched the sea. For radios. © Jan. 10, 
1945; KK 30124. 

Superba cravats, Inc., Rochester, N. Y. 3174, 3175 
For cravats: 

Come In and see the new color-o-scope. © 
Jan. 15, 1945; KK 30115. 

What's the necktie hue that compliments you? 
© Jan. 15, 1945; KK 30116. 

Tasty baking co., Philadelphia. 3176 

Tasty pie - great dlscoverlesl Poster no. 100. 
For pie. © Feb. 10, 1945; KK 30229. 

Taylor engraving Corp., DaUas. 3177 

Postwar planning at last I For address book. 
© Nov. 15, 1944; KK 30177. 

Templeton, Kenly 6 CO., Chicago. 3178 

Simplex-Jenny center hole hydraulic pullers. 

For hydraulic pullers. © Dec. 15, 1944; KK 30050. 



3179, 3180 
Dec. 15, 1944; KK 



Tlvoll brewing co. , Detroit. 
For beer: 

Same to you always. 
29889. 

To make 'em dlsaiq;>ear, buy more bonds. 
© Nov. 1, 1944; KK 29832. 

Trautman (Ray) Minneapolis. 3181 

AU rubber ankle joint [and] Fibre limb with 
knee-control brake. For artificial limbs. © Jan. 
25, 1945; KK 29833. 



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no. 3, 1945 



3212 



Two timer, Inc., Chicago. 3182 

Two timer. The coat that leads a double life. 
For ladies' coats. © Jan. 23, 1945; KK 30192. 

United features syndicate, inc.. New York. 3183 
Li'l Abner. It s an avalanche 1 For wheat break- 
fast food. © Jan. 3, 1945; KK 30038. 

Universal Geneva watch co., New York. 3184 

Universal Geneve. Black, Starr and Gorham 

presents. For watches. ©Apr. 22, 1943; KK 30225. 

Upjohn CO., Kalamazoo, Mich. 3185 

266 greatest days of her life. For pharmaceu- 
tical products. © Jan. 20, 1945; KK 30016. 

Vickers, inc., Detroit, 3186 

Hsrdraulic suggestion sketches. For hydraulic 
control equipment. © Jan. 15, 1945; KK 29908. 

Warner -Patterson co., Chicago. 3187, 3188 

For automobile accessories 8t supplies: 

Don't blame the gas. © Nov. 10, 1944; KK 
30223. 

Insure your motor against heat damage. © 
Oct. 20, 1944; KK 30222. 

Wembley, inc.. New Orleans. 3189 

Colors of America's great outdoors. Cherokee 
red. For necktie. © Feb. 2, 1945; KK 30247. 

Western cartridge co. Winchester repeating arms 
CO. div.. New Haven. 3190-3197 

For ammunition: 

Fue a la Winchester a quien toco destruir 
estos 3 saboteadores invisibles de la municion. © 
Oct. 20, 1943; KK 29929. 

Gemelas con 75 aAos de diferencia. © Mar. 
20, 1944; KK 29932. 

El incentivo en las ventas y las utilidades. © 
June 20. 1944; KK 29934. 

^Papa que signigica esta marquita PW? © 
June 20, 1943; KK 29927. 

Preparados para construir o combatir. © 
May 20, 1944; KK 29933. 

Trace su plan de ventas en la post guerra. 
© Feb. 20, 1944; KK 29931. 
For flashlight batteries: 

iCuando vuelva a briUar la luzi Flashlight 
battery, gun and cartridge box. © Jan. 20, 1944; 
KK 29930. 

iCuando vuelva a brillar la luzl Three flash- 
light batteries. © Sept. 20, 1943;. KK 29928. 



Weston electrical instrument Corp., Newark, N. J. 
Weston dial, v. 6, no. 1. For exposure meters. 
© Jan. 29, 1945; KK 29873. 3198 ' 

Whitman (Stephen F.) & son, inc., Philadelphia. 

3199-3205 
For confectionery: 

Fresh walnuts are at their best. © Nov. 15, 
1944; KK 30156. 

Gloom chasers. © Dec. 29, 1944; KK 30159. 

It must be love. © Jan. 10, 1945; KK 30160. 

It wouldn't be Christmas without Whitman's 
chocolates. © Dec. 13, 1944; KK 30158. 

Thanks for the sharing, folks. © Nov. 9, 
1944; KK 30155. 

Tie it upl © Nov. 29, 1944; KK 30157. 

Who's your valentine? © Jan. 26, 1945; KK 
30161. 

Wickwire Spencer steel co.. New York. 3206 

Soup's onl For wire specialties. © Feb. 8, 
1945; KK 30153. 

Wimbletonshirt CO., Chicago. 3207 

In the windows of the finest stores in America. 
For shirts. © Dec. 6, 1944; KK 29981. 

Winchester repeating arms co. div. Western car- 
tridge co. See Western cartridge CO. Winchester 
repeating arms co. diV. 

Wits end, Ardmore, Okl. 3208 

Animal cracks. For stationery. © Jan. 11, 
1945; KK 30126. 

World drug stores, inc., Peoria, 111. 3209 

World drug stores. Selfservice. For drugs & 
sundries. © Dec. 17, 1944; KK 30079. 

Wymer (O. U.) Houston. 3210 

Mr. Goodhearing says: That necessary tele- 
phone call might be missedl For hearing aids. © 
Jan. 25, 1945; KK 29915. 

Zenith radio corp., Chicago. 3211, 3212 

For hearing aid: 

Now a Zenith radionlc hearing aid for pvery 
type of correctable hearing loss, HA -4666. © Feb. 
1, 1945; KK 30082. 

Now Zenith offers your choice of a light or 
dark hearing aid case to blend with your clothing, 
HA-4658. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30081. 



Number of entries of Commercial Prints included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945- 



1,067 



61 



LABELS 



Abrahams 0ulius} Millbourne, Pa. 3213 

Pennant combination bobby bonnet. For felt 
novelties. © Jan. 29, 1945; KK 29865. 

Chicago & Southern air lines, Memphis, Tenn. 

3214 
Alrshrlmp. For shrimp. © Dec. 21, 1944; KK 
30127. 

Coast paint & chemical co., Los Angeles. 3215 

Trl chek paints. For paints, varnishes, chemi- 
cals, lacquers, etc. © Dec. 7, 1944; KK 30243. 

Conn (H.) co., Baltimore. 3216-3218 

Puzzy shoe polish kit and Slzzy shoe polish kit. 

For shoe polish, brush & dautfer. © Nov. 10, 1943; 

KK 30072. 

Slzzy and Puzzy. for soap, brushes, tooth paste, 

etc. © Jan. 15, 1945; KK 30074. 

Slzzy bouquet powder borated talc. For powder, 

shampoo, tolle^ water, etc. © Nov. 15, 1944; KK 

30073. 

Consumers' Industries, Inc., Mlneola, N. Y. 3219 
Ex-1. For bleach. © Jan. 10, 1945; KK 29864. 

Container corp. of America, Chicago. 3220 

Melba Ice cream. For Ice cream. © Jan. 31, 
1945; KK 30062. 

Cretors (C.) & CO., Chicago. 3221 

Poppers boy popcorn. For popped popcorn. 
© Dec. 29, 1944; KK 29891. 

De Jong (Jack) & co.. New York. 3222 

Archltector, jr., stone building blocks. For 
stone building blocks, © Jan. 25, 1945; KK 30090. 

DeLery (George V.) New York. 3223-3225 

Liquid-sunglass. For plastic coating for show 

windows. © Feb. 3, 1945; KK 29999. 

Llquld-sunglasses. For transparent coating for 

glasses, eye. © Feb. 3, 1945; KK 29998. 

Llqutd-wlndshleld-sunglass. For liquid plastic 

pane glass coating. © Feb. 3, 1945; KK 29997. 

Del Vista wine co., inc., San Francisco. 3226 

Dl Giorgio California sherry. For wine. © Nov. 
28, 1944; KK 29938. 

Florida novelty mfg. co.. South Miami, Fla. 3227 
Sea -glow lamp. For pink conch shell lamp using 
standard lighting fixtures with light bulb concealed 
within the Interior of the shell. © Jan. 15, 1945; 
KK 30253. 

General mills, inc., Minneapolis. 3228 

Betty Crocker pea soup ingredients. For soup 
ingredients. © Dec. 28, 1944; KK 29953. 

Glelow (J. J.) & sons. Inc., Detroit. 3229, 3230 

Aunt Jane's oaken keg. For pickles & relishes. 

© Mar. 21, 1944; KK 29898. 

Aimg Jane's open kettle. For preserves, jams, 

marmalades & fruit butters. © Sept. 22, 1942; KK 

29897. 



Glustl baking co.. New Bedford, Mass. 3231 

Glustl country-home donuts. For doughnuts. 
© Dec. 28, 1944; KK 30176. 

Hall hardware co., Minneapolis. 3232-3239 

For house paint: 

Our o^n approved house paint. © Dec. 12, 
1944; KK 29947. 

Supermix. © Dec. 12, 1944; KK 29951. 

Supermix. For bam paint. © Dec. 12, 1944; 
KK 29945. 

Supermix. For flat finish paint. © Dec. 12, 
1944; KK 29946. 

Supermix. For floor enamel, quick drying. © 
Dec. 12, 1944; KK 29950. 

Supermix. For four-hour paint enamel. © Dec. 
12, 1944; KK 29952. 

Supermix. For satin finish, interior gloss, 
paint. © Dec. 12, 1944; KK 29948. 

Supermix varnish. For four-hour floor varnish. 
© Dec. 12, 1944; KK 29949. 



Heirloom needlework guild, inc.. New York. 



3240 



Hiawatha super 3 -ply corde. For crochet 
thread. © Dec. 26, 1944; KK 30125. 

Henry (Thomas Francis) Little Rock, Ark. 3241 
Salty dog brand. For candy. © Feb. 2, 1945; 
KK 30013. 

Hoffman beverage co., Newark, N. J. 3242 

Hoffman extra-dry pale dry ginger ale. 8 fluid 
oz. size. For non-alcholic beverage. © Feb. 5, 
1945; KK 30151. 

Imperial candy CO., Seattle. 3243 

Societe pinky package. Back. For candy. © 
Jan. 17, 1945; KK 29912. 

Inland rubber corp., Chicago. 3244 

Inland green top emergency tube repair kit no. 
116. For tube repair materials. © Jan. 31, 1945; 
KK 29944. 

Keith (John Lafayette) Los Angeles. 3245 ' 

Keith's dandruff scales remover and scalp clean- 
er. © Feb. 12, 1945; KK 30185. 

Kellte products. Inc., Los Angeles. 3246, 3247 

Kellte powdered hand soap. For carton for 

Kellte powdered hand soap. © Dec. 2, 1944; KK 

29992. 

Kellte scientific cleaning through PH control. 

For barrel, carbon, carton label. © Feb. 12, 1944; 

KK 29990. 

Kenu products CO., Los Angeles. 3248 

Kebrite cleaner. For carton forkebrite cleaner. 
© Dec. 2, 1944; KK 29991. 

Macknlk (Theodore F.) Wilkes -Barre, Pa. 3249 
Nikon plasti-cote. For liquid plastic protective 
coating. © Jan. 22, 1945; KK 30112. 

Mahl (J. Thomas), d. b. a. Mahl co., Huntington 
Park, Calif. 3250, 3251 



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no. 3, 1945 



3280 



For cream cleanser for dentures: 

F T denture cream. © Dec. 18, 1944; KK 
29800. 

F T denture cream. © Dec. 18, 1944; KK 
30232. 

Mahl CO. See Mahl (J. Thomas), d. b. a. Mahl co. 

Nagode (L. J. F.) Pittsburgh. 3252-3254 

For wine: 

Carta Blanca brand. © Oct. 30, 1944; KK 
30010. 

Chateau Darnoc brand. © Oct, 30, 1944; KK 
30009. 

San Roman brand. © Oct. 30, 1944; KK 30011. 

Nu art products. New York. 3255 

Flocky decals. For set of decal prints. © Jan. 
18, 1945; KK 30012. 

Pacific American fisheries, inc., South BelUngham, 
Wash. 3256 

Deming's red Alaska sockeye salmon. For fish. 

© Sept. 26, 1944; KK 299913. 

Pacific toy co., Los Angeles. 3257, 3258 

For toy: 

Bizzy blocks. © Feb. 2, 1945; KK 30000. 
Bizzy blocks. © Feb. 2, 1945; KK 30001. 

Pan American airways, inc., New York. 3259 

Latin America for trade and commerce via 
Pan American world airways. For trade informa- 
tion booklet. © Dec. 21, 1944; KK 29914. 

Ranchway remedies co., Rotan, Tex. 3260 

Ranchway cattle grub killer. For veterinarian 
supplies. © Oct. 6, 1944; KK 29980. 

Roddenbery bros., Cairo, Ga. 3261 

Sunnyland. For peanut butter. © Oct. 2, 1942; 
KK 29989. 

Rosenberg bros. & co., San Francisco. 3262 

Sugarlpe. For prune juice. © Dec. 28, 1944; 
KK 29943. 

Salsbury's Dr. ) laboratories, Charles City, la. 

,3263-3266 
Avisepticus-galllnanmi bacterin. For fowl 
cholera-typhoid. © Dec. 1, 1944; KK 30184. 



Blackleg bacterin. For whole culture. © Dec. 
1, 1944; KK 30181. 

Mixed bacteria. Avian. For chicken formula. 
© Dec. 1, 1944; KK 30183. 

Mixed bacterin. Avian, For turkey formula. 
© Dec. 1, 1944; KK 30182. 

Stahl-Meyer, Inc., Brooklyn. 3267 

Stahl -Meyer, skinless frankfurts packed In 
brine. For canned frankfurts. © Oct. 20, 1944; 
KK 30014. 

Stoffel seals co,, Inc., Scarsdaie, N. Y. 3268 

Kosher star [seal] For meat. © Jime 1, 1942; 
KK 29866. 

Vervea co., not Inc., Chicago. 3269 

Vervea. For cosmetic. © Jan. 23, 1945; KK 
29939. 

Vita K-9 CO., Chicago. 3270 

Vita K-9. For vitamin pharmaceutical. © Feb. 
8, 1944; KK 30230. 

Wilbur -Sue hard chocolate co., Inc., Lltltz, Pa. 

3271-3276 
For chocolate bars, candy: 

Suchard bitter-sweet chocolate blttra. © Jan. 
15, 1945; KK 29903. 

Suchard milk chocolate mllka. © Jan. 15, 
1945; KK 29904. 

Suchard milk chocolate with almonds. ©Dec. 
12, 1944; KK 29901. 
For cocoa: 

Ideal Dutch process cocoa. 1/2 lb. © June 
22, 1944; KK 29902. 

Ideal Dutch process cocoa. 1 lb, © June 22, 
1944; KK 29899. 

Wilbur buds. For candy. © Oct. 4, 1944; KK 
29900. 

Wlthrow (Arthur C.) co., Los Angeles. 3277, 3278 
For fuel additive: 

Wlthrow's formula 2V2,a highly concentrated 
fuel additive. © Dec. 20, 1944; KK 29895. 

Wlthrow's formula 2V2,a highly concentrated 
fuel additive. © Dec. 20, 1944; KK 29896. 

Young (W. F.) Inc., Springfield, Mass. 3279, 3280 
For veterinary liniment: 

Absorblne. © Jan. 23, 1945; KK 29979. 
Absorblne. © Jan. 23, 1945; KK 30187. 



Number of entries of Labels Included In the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945- 



228 



63 



LABELS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE ACT OF JULY 31, 1939 

[3280 



Creunette co. 1 

Creamette cereal. For cereal breaJkfast food. 
© Creamette co., Minneapolis. RR 132, Mar. 9, 
1945. 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONOEESS OF MASCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 4 

VORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 
DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR 
FECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND 
PICTORD^L ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING PRINTS AND 
LABEIsS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 

INCLUDING 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1945 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 40 

No. 4 



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The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, formerly issued quarterly, but now 
issued monthly, is arranged as follows: 

I. Containing Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photogr^hs or other identifying reproductions, 
deposited according to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and 
Models or Designs for works of art). In this class a subalphabet of titles is used when the copyright pro- 
prietor and artist are the same, this identity being indicated by the use of an asterisk (*) after the name of 
the proprietor. A subalphabet of artists Is used when the proprietor and artists are different. 

II. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings or plastic works of 
a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles of commercial prints and labels. 
These will be found at the end of each issue. 

A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of proprietors. 
To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used in this part are as follows: "G," Class G, Works of art; "H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of 
art; "l," Class I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "j," Class J, Photo- 
graphs; and "K," Class K, Prints and pictorial Illustrations, including prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise. "©" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by date of publicatioa 
"© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right Office of the photograph or other identifying reproduction. 
The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

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"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the complete calendar year, is $2.00, payable in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, egress order, or 
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Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
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including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers --; .50 

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The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, imder the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1936, to December 31, 1939, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1945. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
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graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photogr^hs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
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CLASS G 

WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR WORKS OF ART 

Note. — An asterisk (*) after the proprietor's name indicates that the artist and copyright proprietor are 
the same. 



Ahreus (E. Porter)* 3281 

Arbor vitae, all industry & business. © 1 c. 
Apr. 23, 1945; G 45150. 

Alexander (Paul) 3282 

Willis (James Henry): 

Victory and confidence scroll. © 1 c. May 3, 
1945; G 45200. 

American veterans of world war 2. 3283 

Sutherlin sales co. 

American veterans of world war 2. Amvets. 
© 1 c. May 11, 1945; G 45250. 

Anderson (David Stoutenburg)* 3284 

Winter afternoon. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1945; G 
45102. 

Armstrong (Ra3rmond)* 3285-3304 

Another ride, 10. - Back in town and himgry, 13. 

- Bad boy, 15. - Bad boys, 17. - Birth of Fido, 2. - 
Cruel master, 3. - Dog catcher, 18. - Dog's life, 

1. - Fidoi Fido, 12. - Gone with the wind, 16. - 
Guarded, 14. - Hiel Hoi Over he goes, 8. - More 
trouble, 7. - New mistress, 19. - No friend, 6, 11. 

- Poor Fido, 9. - Poor Fido 1 An out-cast, 4. - Real 
home, at last, 20. - Stranger, 5, © 1 c. each Mar. 

2, 1945; G 45104-45123. 

Ballinger co. 3305-3307 

Banham (J. E.) " 

Chambersburg, Penna., Chambersburg hospi- 
tal, 4970. © 1 c. May 3, 1945; G 45208. 

Johnson & Johnson baby products plant. © 1 
c. Mar. 29, 1945; G 45069. 
Sutton (D. E.): 

Dover, Del., Kent general hospital, from neg- 
ative 4971. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; G 45238. 

Clark (Janet Hauk)* 3308-3319 

Birthday greetings to: 

Aquarius. - Aries. - Cancer. - Capricorn. - 
Gemini. - Leo. - Libra. - Pisces. - Sagittarius. - 
Scorpio. - Taurus. - Virgo. © 1 c. each Apr. 4, 
1945; G 45084-45095. 

Columbia statuary co. 3320-3322 

Lindner (John W.): 

Colonial lady sitting on an upholstered chair, 

732. - Colonial man sitting on an upholstered chair, 

733. - Nude lady sitting on the rock, 406. © Jan. 1, 
1945; G 45171-45173. 

Cook (Bertha Rohlin)* 3323, 3324 

Bulldog, 6-lA. - Cocker spaniel, 1-lB. © Apr. 
16, 1945; G 45151, 45152. 

Cook (Gladys Emerson)* 3325 

Crayon sketch of black Scottish terrier dog. © 
1 c. Apr. 14, 1945; G 45129. 



Davis (Odus Karon)* 3326 

Rube n Sap. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1945; G 45097. 



Delano (Gerard Curtis)* 

Evening. © 1 c. May 3, 1945; G 45206. 



3327 



Denslow (Serena F.)* 3328 

Cornish rooster. Serena statuettes. © Jan. 17, 
1945; G 45237. 



Di Preta (Antonio Louis) ^ 

Specks, the monkey. 
45067. 



3329 
1 c. Dec. 28, 1944; G 

3330 



Griffin (Charles William) 
Lafferty (Edward): 

Dollar savedl Chas. Griffin's Stars of to 
morrow. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; G 45239. 



Grossman (Morton J.) 
Pino (Paul): 

Lucky Lem. © Mar. 1, 1945; G 45096. 



3331 



Hesner (Dorothy)* 3332-3334 

Apache dancing girl l3ring on right side. - South 
American dancer, female. - South American man 
with rxiffled shirt, holding gourds. © Feb. 1, 1945; 
G 45147-45149. 

Horton (Leopold M.)* 3335 

Oil painting of roses. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1945; G 
45103. 



Johnson (Carl F.)* 

Instrument flight institute. 
G 45175. 



3336 
1 c. Feb. 15,1945; 



King features syndicate, inc. 3337-3339 

Reusswig (William) Somewhere in France: 

Set 11, no. 3, set 12, no. 3. © Feb. 4, 1945; 
G 45100, 45101. 

Set 13, no. 4. © Feb. 11, 1945; G 45099. 



McCullough (Catherine Miller)* 
Laddie. © Feb. 1, 1945; G 45098. 



3340 



3341-3345 



Mortens studio. 

Mortens (Oscar): 

Horse standing on base. Right front leg in 
raised position. Head turned to left. - Reclining 
colt. Head turned to left. - Standing horse on base. 
© Jan. 29, 1945; G 45201-45203. 

Mortens (Oscar) Grazing horse standing on base. 
Head turned to the: 

Left. - Right. © Jan. 29, 1945; G 45204, 
45205. 

Palmer (Patricia White)* 3346-3348 

Briarmint. - Wikid storm. © 1 c. each Mar. 4, 

1945; G 45073, 45074. 

Edgewood. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1945; G 45072. 



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3349 



pt. rv, n. s., V. 40 



Poe (Frances)* 3349, 3350 

Bear cub: 

Sleeping on pillow. - With boots. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 30, 1945; G 45064, 45065. 

Pushman (Hovsep)* 3351-3358 

In solitude. - Little princess. - Meditation. - 
Prince. - Princess. - Sacred Chinese horse. - 
Spark of life. - Sun god. © 1 c. each Apr. 5, 1945; 
G 45075-45082. 

Reid (Andrew Marshall)* 3359-3363 

Follow the: 

Colored paths 1 - Numbered lines! - Pictured 
lanes 1 © 1 c. each Apr. 14, 1945; G 45125-45127. 

Fun with magnifunnies. - See the war with 
magnifotos. © 1 c. each Apr. 14, 1945; G 45124, 
45128. 

Richards (Harry W.)* 3364 

Roosevelt (Franklin Delano) humanitarian. 
Freedom from fear, freedom of speech, freedom 
from want, freedom of religion, 1882-1945. © 1 c. 
May 3, 1945; G 45209. 



Robbins (Frederick Goodrich)* 
Lincoln (Abraham) amused. 
G 45071. 



3365 
Mar. 31, 1945; 



Rognas (Helen L.)* 3366 

Dancing elves. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1945; G 44927. 



Ruotolo (Onorio)* 3367 

1 hear America singing, Walt Whitman. © 1 c. 
Apr. 15, 1945; G 45130. 

Sachs (Louis)* 3368 

Simon Sez. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1945; G 45066. 

Seller (Edward H.) 3369 

Bauerlein advertising: 

La Louisiane. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1945; G 45070. 

Shoumatoff (Elizabeth)* 3370 

Roosevelt (Franklin D.) © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1945; 
G 45146. 

Stabers -for -beauty pioneers in permanent waving. 

3371 
Luedtke (Louis W.): 

Stabers -for -beauty pioneers in permanent 
waving, © 1 c. May 3, 1945; G 45207. 

Trzesnlewski (Joseph)* 3372 

Joe Z. Jones. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1945; G 45068. 

Walker (Jacob Daniel)* 3373 

Painting of border showing post at each side 
joined with arch at top, the whole intertwined with 
vines growing from two pots at sides of posts. © 
1 c. Feb. 17, 1945; G 45174. 



Number of entries of Works of Arts included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945- 



609 



66 



PAINTINGS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[3373 



Ferris (J. L. G.) 




1-6 


Paul Jones at the Constitutional convention. R 


Captain Kidd in New York harbor, 


1696. 


R 


137180, Feb. 28, 1945. 


137185, Feb. 28, 1945. 






Ship that sunk in victory. R 137183, Feb. 28, 


Fall of New Amsterdam. R 137181, 
1945. 


Feb. 


28, 


1945. 

Their honeymoon. R 137182, Feb. 28, 1945. 


Love and country. R 137184, Feb. 28, 


1945. 




© Ernest N. Ryder, Croton Falls, N. Y. 



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CLASSES H-K 

REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLACTIC WORKS 

OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



AbeiI'man (Morris) 3374 

Welcome home. © Apr. 30, 1945; K 58004. 



Alexander (Taylor) 

Phantom call. © Feb. 9, 1945; J 37756. 



3375 



Almon (NDUard H.) 3376 

Playmates. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1945; J 37770. 

American automobile assn. 3377 

Know all rules, use them, 169. © Feb. 28, 1945; 
K 57763. 

American automobile assn. Traffic engineering 6 
safety dept. 3378 

Walk on left facing traffic, S. S. P. 170. © Apr. 

2, 1945; K 57845. 

American bank note co. 3379 

Special V-86253. Dr. Lin Sen, Central bank of 
China. © Apr. 17, 1945; K 57962. 

American mutual liability insurance co. 3380-3383 

Mr. Friendly and the 500 unhappy vice-presidents. 
© Jan. 13, 1945; K 57730. 

Mr. Friendly and the statue that learned how to 
smile. © Jan. 27, 1945; K 57733. 

Mr. Friendly took the worry right out of her lap. 
© Mar. 15, 1945; K 57731. 

Mr. Friendly unmasks a wolf. © Feb. 17, 1945; 
K 57732. 



Arbee food products co. 
Scrap trap in use. € 



3384 
1 c. Apr. 2, 1945; J 37752. 



Armen (Avjian H.) 3385 

Garabedian (Bishop Hovsep) © 1 c. Apr. 14, 
1945; J 37794. 



Ashley (David) inc. 3386-3390 

Celebrated pas de quatre composed by Jules 
Perrot as danced at Her Majesty's theatre, July 12, 
1845, by the four eminent dsmeuses, Carlotta Grisi, 
Marie Taglioni, Lucile Grahn & Fanny Cerrito, 355; 
by Alfred Ed Chalon. - Plunkett (Adeline) in LaMa- 
nola, 356; by R. Backnerf. - S. M. I'imperatrice 
des Francais, 354; by F. Winterhalter. - Victorian 
ladies, 307; by A. Pingot. © Mar. 20, 1945; H 
2857-2860. . 

Moment musicale, 17; by Marguerite S. Pearson. 
© Apr. 24, 1945; H 2863. 

Atlas educational film co. 3391-3400 

Foimdry practice, bench molding: 

Making a simple core, 2. - Molding part hav;;- 
ing a vertical core, 3. - Molding with a gated pat- 
tern, 5. - Molding with a loose pattern, bench, 1. - 
Molding with a spUt pattern, 4. © Mar. 1, 1945; J 
37787, 37789-37792. 



Foundry practice, floor molding: 

Molding a horizontal cored part, 4. - Molding 
a valve body, 3. - Molding part with deep green 
sand core, 2. - Molding with a loose pattern, floor, 
1. - Molding with a three part flask, 5. © Mar. 1, 
1945; J 37784-37786, 37788, 37793. 

Babson's reports, inc. 3401 

U.S. chart, 1871-1945. ©Feb. 22, 1945; I 36004. 



Bellek (Frank George) 

Safety hole locator. 
35981. 



3402 
1 c. Mar. 22, 1945; I 



Bergquist (Stanley E.) 3403 

Attic or exhaust fan. © Apr. 7, 1945; I 36006. 

Best seller publicity, inc. 3404 

From the world's best seller, the Lord is nigh. 
© Mar. 22, 1945; K 57748. 

Bray studios, inc. . 3405 

Aircraft work, wood fabrication. Building a box 
beam spar, 2. © Feb. 1, 1945; J 37783. 

Brown (Edgar S.) 3406 

Trolley on skates. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1945; J 
37832. 



Brownie's blockprints, inc. 

Trees, 5 R 3. © Jan. 2, 1945; K 57975. 



3407 



Bulletin co. 3408-3412 

Chow line in Cirminello quadruplets' nursery. 
© Feb. 8, 1945; K 57721. 

Mama Cirminello at home with her charmful 
armful. © Feb. 12, 1945; K 57722. 

Merrily they roll along, all four of 'em. © Apr. 
10, 1945; K 57772. 

St. Valentine's day greeting from the quadruplets. 
© Feb. 14, 1945; K 57723.- 

4 little Cirminellos now add up to 44 poiuids. © 
Apr. 16, 1945; K 57933. 



Burnside (L. Fred) 

Twilight derby. © Dec. 1, 1944; K 57770. 



3413 



Campbell (Rollin E.) 3414-3419 

Combination key and setscrew lock for roimd or 
flated shafts. - Method for transmitting rotary mo- 
tion thru a moisture proof barrier. - Package bomb. 
- Self-supporting vertical antenna. - Vertical an- 
tenna. Package kit. - 300 ft. vertical antenna. © 
1 c. each Apr. 5, 1945; I 35992-35997. 

Campbell (Rollin E.) & Greenlee (Lyman E.) 3420 
Single unit range Ught. © I'c. Apr. 5, 1945; I 
35985. 



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Carruth (Charles E.) 3421, 3422 

Denton, Texas: 

Denton county court house, 19. - Little - 
Chapel-In-The-Woods, Texas state college for wo- 
men, 13. © Jan. 25, 1945; K 57842, 57843. 

Chase -Statler. 3423-3440 

Truman (Harry S.) 2-7, 9-20. © Apr. 18, 1945; 
J 37836-37853. 

Chinn (Harold) 3441 

Harold Chinn. © Feb. 17, 1945; K 57769. 

Cleveland health museum. 3442 

Search yourself everycme. © Apr. 1, 1945; K 
57682. 

Committee for economic development. 3443-3446 
Mobilizing Main street, 1-4. © 1 c. each Apr. 
16, 1945; J 37798, 37799, 37802, 37814. 



Corrubia (Paul Emil) 

Tulsa, Okla. © Feb. 15, 1945; K 57747. 



3447 



De Lery (George V.) 3448 

Columnscope. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1944; J 37834. 



Dempsey (Robert Frank) 

My buddies. © Apr. 12, 1945; K 57852. 



3449 



Disney (Walt) productions, inc. 3450-3458 

Birthday greetings. Street vendors in Cuzco, 
Peru, 15B15-5. - Happy birthday. Water color im- 
pression of Tehuantepec, Mexico, 15B13-5. - Just 
to say hello 1 Band concert in Tehuantepec, Mexico, 
15F1-7. Little card to let you know I often think of 
you. Peruvian market, 15F10-6. - May your birth- 
day be an especially happy one this year. Boats at 
Xochimllco, Mexico, 15B14-5. - Thinking of you. 
Balsa boats on Lake Titicaca in the Andes, 15F9-6. 
- To greet you on your birthday and wish you hap- 
piness always. Peruvian street scene, clothing 
shop, 15B16-5. - With all best wishes. River scene 
in Tehuantepec, Mexico, 15F2-7. © Mar. 30, 1945; 
K 57949, 57951-57957. 

10M84-1. © Apr. 17, 1945; K 57950. 



Flory (Charles Russell) 

Mona. © Apr. 6, 1945; K 57844. 



3459 



Frick coUection. 3460-3463 

Coysevox (Antoine) Bust of Robert de Cotte: 
Detail, head. - Left front. © Apr. 9, 1945; 

H 2855, 2856. 

Love the sentinel; by Jean Honore Fragonard. © 

Apr. 17, 1945; H 2861. 

Still life; by Jean Baptiste Simeon Chardln. © 

Apr. 9, 1945; H 2854. 

Frost & Reed, ltd. 3464-3486 

Concert; by Arthur L. Cox. © Sept. 29, 1944; 
H 2884. 

Corfe castle; by St. Clair Marston. © Mar. 1, 
1944; H 2885. 

Daffodils and narcissi; by Cecil Kennedy. - Song 
of spring; by H. Davis Richter. © Dec. 15, 1944; H 
2877, 2883. 

Hyams (W.): 

Boston stump, Lincolnshire, H. 19. © Feb. 
8, 1944; H 2879. 

Chichester, H. 18, - Hereford, H. 17. © Jan. 
1, 1944; H 2866, 2880. 



Edinburgh castle, H. 16. - Glen Clunie and 
Braemer, H. 14. - Kyles of Bute, H. 13. - Stirling 
castle, H. 15. © May 12, 1943; H 2868, 2871, 2878, 
2882. 

Lincobi, H. 12. -While miU, H. 11. © Dec. 
10, 1942; H 2865, 2870. 

Salisbury cathedral, H. 20. © Feb. 18, 1944; 
H 2881. 

ViUage shop, Glynde, H. 8. © Nov. 20, 1942; 
H 2872. 

Walsh Valley near Rhayader, H. 10. - Ypers 
gate. Rye, H. 9. © Jan. 15, 1943; H 2867, 2869. 
Kennedy (Cecil): 

Nasturtiimis. - Roses. © Aug. 1, 1944; H 
2873, 2876. 

Old quarry; by S. J. Lamorna Birch. © Dec. 28, 
1944; H 2864. 

Serenity, the white drawingroom; by L.Campbell 
Taylor. © Oct. 28, 1944; H 2886. 
Souter (John B.): 

English rose. - Nerine lily. © Dec. 15, 1944; 
H 2874, 2875. 

General cable corp. 3487, 3488 

Accurate instruments a guarantee, M454. © 

Apr. 3, 1945; K 57734. 

Repairs. They've just got to be right, 3. © Apr. 

17, 1945; K 57970. 

General motors corp. Chevrolet motor div. 

3489-3493 
Chevrolet heavy-duty truck chassis. - Chevrolet 
truck engines. 1945 training, program for retail 
salesmen. - Get that man. - Man who knows. - Pick 
up your truck business with the pick-up. © 1 c. 
each Apr. 16, 1945; J 37809, 37817-37820. 

Girton (Polly W.) 3494 

Rushmore (Mount) Black Hills. © Dec. 24, 
1944; K 57735. 

Goldring (Samuel S.) 3495 

There are some good joints in this townl © 
Sept. 10, 1944; K 57978. 

Greenleef (Lyman E.) 3496, 3497 

Magnetic fishing tool. - Waterproof jack & plug 
set for radio. © 1 c. each Apr. 5, 1945; I 35982, 
35983. 

Greenlee (Lyman E .) & James (Kenneth H.) 3498 
Electrolighter battery. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1945; © 
1 c. Apr. 5, 1945; I 35987. 

Greetings, inc. 3499-3509 

Abra-ca-da-bra, T 5151. - For your wedding, 
T 5621. - GoUy I I hope you find it, T 5164. - Happy 
birthday, T 5120. - Happy birthday, mother, T 5219. 
- Happy birthday, sweetheart, N 9230. - In sym- 
pathy, N 9902. - Ip your bereavement, T 5902. - 
Say, T 5165. - Sympathy, N 9903. - You're neither 
too young nor too old, T 5155. © Feb. 15, 1945; K 
57736-57746. 



Griffith (Horace Manfred) 

Late again. © Jan. 10, 1945; J 37757. 



3510 



Hall Qf art. 3511 

Mexican beach; by Louise Kelly. © Apr. 12, 
1945; H 2862. 

Hanson (Eugene John) 3512 

Evolutlcm of the 45o right angle. © 1 c. Mar. 
19, 1945; I 36001. 



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Harvey (Fred) 3513 

Tip for a customer? © Mar. 28, 1945; K 57855. 

Hearst consolidated publications, inc. 3514-3527 

And now Herr Schickelgruber. © Apr. 24, 1945; 
K 57969. 

And still champion. © Apr. 27, 1945; K 58001. 

Contact. © Apr. 18, 1945; K 57856. 

Debutante. © Apr. 26, 1945; K 58005. 

Excalibur. © Apr. 17, 1945; K 57857. 

For victory. © Apr. 21, 1945; K 57940. 

Goring, Goring, going. © Apr. 20, 1945; K 
57930. 

Hitting home. © Apr. 19, 1945; K 57929. 

Let it be a lesson to us. © Apr. 25, 1945; K 
57976. 

Red-handed. © Apr. 10, 1945; K 57749. 

Tomorrow the world. © Apr. 12, 1945; K 57765. 

When the time comes. © Apr. 28, 1945; K 58002. 

Whose victory garden. © Apr. 11, 1945; K 
57764. 

Wind-up. © Apr. 14, 1945; K 57787. 

Higby (Samuel) camp institute for better posture. 

3528-3530 
Good soldier has good posture, are you a good 
soldier? - Key to physical fitness, good posture, 
are you using this key to good health? - Try-angles 
for physical fitness. Good posture for health, 
appearance, efficiency. © Mar. 12, 1945; K 57766- 
57768. 

HoUingshead (R. M.) corp. 3531 

Maintaining the American standard. © 1 c. Apr. 
16, 1945; J 37796. 



HoUingsworth (Frank) 

Portable dish washer. 
35990. 



© 1 c. Apr. 6, 



3532 
1945; I 



Industrial equities, inc. 3533-3550 

All together let's exchange ideas to make ours a 
better railroad, G-23. - Cash awards, G- 16. - Dozen 
questions about our post war program, G-46. - My 
husband thinks I'm pretty smart because I won a 
suggestion award, G-7. - Post war planning requires 
a lot of thinking, G-38. - Power of thought created 
motive power, G-50. - Train operations may seem 
perfect, but they can be improved, G-9. - While it's 
hot, get that idea of yours in now while it's fresh in 
your mind, G-28. - Your key to our cash box is in 
helping us improve any of the above, G-26. © Jan. 
22, 1945; K 57989-57997. 

How can we reduce claims, H-13. - It's a thrill 
to win, G-35. - Let's build for the future while 
others are living only for today, G-42. - No limit, 
H-1. - Our employees have a reservoir of knowl- 
edge, G-39. - Railroad facts, G-12. - Shoot for the 
highest score, H-25. - Suggestions are rewritten on 
dockets, G-49. - 45,000 suggestions in '45, IC-45. 
© Apr. 9, 1945; K 57980-57988. 



Industrial film & poster service. 
Sparks t chips get the blitz, i 
37748. 



3551 
Aug. 16, 1944; J 



Institute for non- Aristotelian research & education. 

3552 
Sig^ns of our infantile culture. © Mar. 1, 1945; 
K 57943. 

Jam Handy organization, inc. 3553-3565 

Aircraft work, airpraft maintenance: 



Patching fabric. - Patching plywood. - Repair- 
ing a wooden rib. - Repairing structural tubing. 
- Splicing a wooden spar. © Apr. 1, 1945; J 
37776-37780. 

Basic shop safety: 

Aid for injuries, fainting, burns, 6. - Main- 
taining a safe shop, 2. - Play safe and work safely, 

I. - Training for emergencies, 4. - Treatment for 
bleeding, shock, preventing infection, 5. © Mar. 
31, 1945; J 37821, 37822, 37829-37827. 

Eye protection, 7. - Power supply, 8. © Dec. 
7, 1944; J 37824, 37828. 

Safety inspection, 3. © Feb. 15, 1945; ) 
37823. 

Jamack (Peter J.) 3566-3568 

S. S. American Fisherman. - 3 in 1 ship design, 

the U. S. S. Home Sweet Home. © 1 c. each Apr. 

II, 1945; I 36007, 36008. 

U. S. Tourelle new submarine and ship drawing 
and speedboat design. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1945; I 36002. 

James (Kenneth H.) & Greenlee (Lyman E.) 

3569, 3570 
Electrolighter. Flashlight cigarette lighter. - 
Magnetic jack locator. © 1 c. each Apr. 5, 1945; 
I 35984, 35986. 

King features syndicate, inc. 3571-3582 

Annette & Marie Dionne, Z-306. - Egg coloring 
by quints, Z-307. - Marie and Yvonne Dionne, 
Z-305. - Quints and their bunnies, Z-308. © Mar. 
31, 1945; J 37758, 37759, 37761, 37769. 

Annette on exhibition, Z-301. - Emilie still 
stands, Z-303. - Late afternoon shadows, Z-302. - 
Patience rewarded, Z-304. © Mar. 21, 1945; J 
37760, 37762, 37763, 37768. 

Dionne dog team> Z-299. - Late winter sports, 
Z-298. - Winter romp, Z-300. - Winter snowshoe- 
ing, Z-297. © Mar. 14, 1945; J 37764-37767. 

Konetzni (Albert H.) 3583 

Hitler, 1889 - Adolf, 1945. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1945; J 37751. 



Larison (Ruth Hooper) 

Playmates. © Mar. 3, 1945; I 35980. 



3584 



Laundryowners bureau of Boston, inc. 3585-3590 
Wash your troubles away with Larry the laundry- 
man: 

Larry says Mrs. Ample's horse reminds him. 
© Feb. 26, 1945; K 57938. 

Larry says Mrs. Crumpet is a very nice 
customer. © Jan. 29, 1945; K 57936. 

Larry says some people forget © Jan. 15, 
1945; K 57935. 

Larry was sure surprised. © Jan. 2, 1945; 
K 57934. 

Larry's favorite dream is something he would 
like. © Mar. 26, 1945; K 57939. 

Larry'* friend, Pete the paper hanger. © 
Feb. 12, 1945; K 57937. 

Lidov (Arthur) 3591-3602 

Benet (Stephen Vincent) - The Brownings. - 
Burns (Bobby) - Gather (Willa) - Chesterton (G. K.) 
- Dickens (Charles) - Franklin (Benjamin) - Poe 
(Edgar Allan) - Sandburg (Carl) - Shaw (George 
Bernard) - Shellejt^) - Twain (Mark) © Nov. 20, 
1944; K 57774-57785. 



70 



CLASSES H-K 



nn. 4, 1845 



3754 



Long (John Ei^ 3603 

Alaska. Fairbanks streets, serial view, 466. © 
1 c. Apr. 5, 1945; J 37753. 

Loucks & Norllng studios. 3604, 3605 

Accessory assembly, tools and procedures. 

Hand soldering, 1. © Jan. 1, 1945; J 37782. 

Engineering, electronics. The electron, an 

introduction, 1. © Feb. 1, 1945; J 37781. 

Lucas (Sidney Z.) 3606-3611 

Prevost (J. L.): 

Bouquet, 901-906. © Apr. 17, 1945; K 57846- 
57851. 

McDermott (Julian A.) 3612, 3613 

Wiring diagram: 

Controller for model S-3 landing lights, 
S3W16. - Landing light model S-3, S326. © 1 c. 
each Apr. 6, 1945; I 35988, 35989. 



Mead Johnson & co. 

In mischief. © Apr. 4, 1945; K 57977. 



3614 



Meers (Viola E.) 3615 

Kitty kitten. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1945; J 37831. 

Meissner (Alvin R.) 3616 

Light on philately. Alvin R. Meissner. Ex libris. 
© Apr. 30, 1945; K 57979. 

Minneapolis-Honeywell regulator co. 3617 

Continuous comfort. An engineering discussion 
of moduflow. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1945; J 37800. 

Mobile, Alabama ( County ) 3618 

County of Mobile, 1 cent cigarette tax, 22238. © 
Mar. 12, 1945; K 57974. 

Monarch products co. 3619-3624 

Little Tommy Tucker sings for his supper. - 
Peter, Peter, pumpkin eater. - Rub-a-dub-dub. - 
To market, to market, to buy a fat pig. - Tom, Tom, 
the piper's son. - Where are you going, my pretty 
maid? © Apr. 21, 1945; K 57963-57968. 

Montgomery, Alabama ( City ) 3625 

City of Montgomery, 2^ tobacco tax, 22243. © 
Aug. 8, 1944; K 57972. 

Morris & Bendien, inc. 3626-3679 

And so the story goes. - Auld lang syne. © Apr. 
18, 1941; K 57797, 57798. 

Antique plate. - Blue bowl. © Apr. 5, 1941; K 
57802, 57832. 

Autumin glory. - Garnet vase. © May 18, 1943; 
K 57833, 57840. 

Basket of peonies. © Sept. 8, 1944; K 57806. 

Blossom time. - Harmony. © June 14, 1940; K 
57804, 57805. 

Blue bowl. © Jan. 8, 1942; K 57831. 

Blue waters. © Dec. 12, 1944; K 57796. 

Boudoir, - Confidences. © Jan. 2, 1943; K 
57795, 57841. 

Brass vase. - Symphony of flowers. © June 28, 
1939; K 57808, 57809. 

Buds and blossoms. - Open sea. © Dec. 11, 
1944; K 57807, 57814. 

Chess game. - Sunlit seas. © Dec. 21, 1942; K 
57801, 57816. 

Chinese basket. © Apr. 2, 1942; K 57838. 

Covered bridge. - Little town of Weston. ©Dec. 
5, 1944; K 57812, 57813. 



English officer. - MacDonald (Lady) - Peel 
(Lady) - Portrait of a lady. © July 28, 1942; K 
57834-57837. 

Farm scene near Gloucester. © Jan. 2, 1945; K 
57821. 

Fragrance of spring. - Gardenia. - Satin gown. 
© June 10, 1942; K 57799, 57823, 57830. 

Garden bouquet. © Nov. 23, 1943; K 57824. 

Glass bowl. - Prelude. © Dec. 8, 1944; K 
57794, 57826. 

Hope chest. - My country 'tis of thee. © Jan. 
20, 1942; K 57790, 57791. 

Interlude. © Aug. 20, 1942; K 57788. 

Love letter. - Minuet. © May 22, 1944; 
K 57792, 57800. 

Magnolia. © June 12, 1940; K 57803. 

Merchant caravan. Old cottage, Epping forest. 
- Road through the forest. - River Thames. © Jan. 

2, 1943; K 57818-57820, 57822. 

My song-bird. - Voyage home. © Mar. 5, 1942; 
K 57789, 57817. 

Nature's splendor. - Summer glory. © Aug. 15, 
1944; K 57828, 57829. 

New England street scene. - Rockport, Main st. 
© Apr. 17, 1945; K 57810, 57811. 

Orchid & White. - Oriental bowl. © June 10, 
1941; K 57793, 57839. 

Peonies. © OcL 5, 1942; K 57825. 

Springtime symphony< © Dec. 31, 1944; K 57827. 

Wild weather. © Aug. 1, 1944; K 57815. 

National committee on the observance of Mother's 
day, inc. 3680 

Remember mother, she deserves a medal too. 

© Feb. 15, 1945; K 57771. 

National ptg. co., inc. 3681-3685 

[Blonde girl sealing letter] - [Little girl writing 
letter] - [Pigeon carrying letter] - [Rural mail 
boxes] - [Woman greeting mailman] © Dec. 5, 
1944; K 57944-57948. 

National war finance committee. 3686 

Report to the boys. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1945; J 
37808. 

Nemeth (Ted) studios. 3687-3689 

Aircraft work: 

Power plant maintenance. Servicing a propel- 
ler. - Preventive maintenance. Servicing an air- 
plane. © Apr. 1, 1945; J 37829, 37830. 

Nursing, bathing the patient. © Apr. 1, 1945; J 
37750. 

New Mexico (State ) 3690 

New Mexico division of liquor control. Malt 
tax 11 cents, 22250. © July 27, 1944; K 57971. 

New York nautical cadets. 3691 

New York nautical cadets. © Mar. 19, 1945; K 
57786. 

Norcross. 3692-3754 

And now please be sure that — — 's stocking is 

full of Christmas cheer, 8. - Best wishes for the 

holiday season and for every day in the coming year, 

3. - Blowin' a wish your way, a merry Christmas 
day, 9. - Coastin' in to say merry Christmas, 10. - 
Don't look now but you're headed for a very merry 
Christmas, 7. - Duet. Merry Christmas, happy 
New year, 11. - Friendly Christmas greetings and 
best wishes for the New year, 2. - Greetings, 4. - 
Hello, hello. Merry, merry Christmas, 10N385. - 



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31S5_ 



pt. IV, n. s,, V. 40 



Hello I Hope your Christmas is bright from morn- 
ing till night, 5. - Here I come,nothin' can stop me, 
no matter what, 15N377. - Here 'tis, merry Christ- 
mas, 6. - Hi! Merry Christmas, 10N387. - Hi 
there I Christmas is here and so am I with a great 
big wish and afriendly hi, 10N180. - Hi therel Mer- 
ry Christmas with all the trimmin's, 10. - Hittin' 
a high note. Merry Christmas, 3. - It's for you, a 
wish for a merry Christmas, 7. - It's kinda far to 
where you are but if wishes wuz snowballs, 15N593. 

- It's only me wishingyou a very merry Christmas, 
2. - Just a cheerful little earful, merry Christmas, 
5N342. - Just dreaming of what a wonderful Christ- 
mas you'll have, 1. - Just peeking in to wish you a 
merry Christmas, 11. - May every light on each 
Christmas tree shine with the promise of a brighter 
New year, 7. - May the spirit of Christmas bring 
you renewed happiness and cheer, 4. - May the 
spirit of Christmas still glow as brightly as the 
lights on the Christmas tree,l. - Merry Christmas, 

12. - Merry Christmas I Hope it's just as slick as 
a peppermint stick, 15N367. - Merry Christmas to 
my wife. I may not tell you, 25N967. - Merry 
Christmas to you, merry Christmas to you, merry 
Christmas to you, merry Christmas, dear, 12. - 
Mmm! How nice to wish you merry Christmas, 4. 

- Nice 'n' warm, an' true to form - merry Christ- 
mas. 6. - Pair of warm wishes for you mom. No 
love could be any deeper, 15N929. - Quiet please. 
It's time to say merry Christmas, 2. - 'S fun wish- 
ing you a merry Christmias, 8. - Same old tune but 
ain't it sweet? Merry Christmas and happy New 
year, 3. - Scatterin' wishes for a gay an' happy 
Christmas, 10N384. - Season's greetings and best 
wishes for Christmas andthe New Year, 11. - Some- 
thing on my mind. I'll put it down in black and 
white, hope your Christmas is merry 'n' bright, 1. 

- There's no better time than Christmas to greet 
you and to send best wishes, 8. - There's nothin' to 
it, and it's lots of fun to hope your Christmas is a 
merry one, 9. - This fits best. Merry Christmas, 
5. - To greet you at Christmas. There's warmth 
in this wish, 10N179. - To greet you at Christmas 
with the best of good wishes, 9. - To greet you in 
the spirit of Christmas with the season's best 
wishes, 12. - To my husband, the man in my life. 
There's a man in my life, 25N972. - Warmest 
greetings for the Christmas season and bestwishes 
for the New year, 5. - Wishing it once, wishing it 
twice, a Christmas day, 5N340. - With friendly 
thoughts and all best wishes for Christmas and the 
New year, 10. - With remembrance and best wishes 
for Christmas and the New year, 6. © Mar. 3, 
1945; K 57868-57905, 57908, 57910-57913, 57915, 
57916, 57918, 57921-57923. 

Birthday wish from a fan of yours, it's brief and 
simple, 15HB59. - Bringing you a little sumpin' and 
hopin' you'll like it, 5GF202. - Your birthday's here 
and so am I, with a great big wish, 5B1077. © Apr. 

13, 1945; K 57866, 57909, 57920. 

For my sister two Christmas wishes. Two mer- 
ry Christmas wishes, 15N946. - Merry Christmas. 
What I have to say won't take but a minute, I wish 
you a day, 100N109. - To the dearest wife in the 
world, merry Christmas, 25N968. © Mar. 23, 
1945; K 57906, 57919, 57927. 

For the twins and their mother and dad. Here's - 
a doubly warm welcome, 15Ra90. - [Greeting card] 
© Apr. 6, 1945; K 57867, 57907. 

Happy New year. Doin' some ringin' some hard 
wishin', too, 10NY46. - Hi! Think of you? Oh boy, 
and how! I'd give a lot to see you now, 25FR185. © 
Mar. 9, 1945; K 57914, 57924. 



Hello honey, I'm all wound up in thoughts of you, 
I'm doin' some fancy wishin', 25N728. - Merry 
Christmas to my husband. Now if I were single and 
were asking Kris Kringle, 25N973. © Mar. 14, 
1945; K 57917, 57925. 

Hi there! Look who's coming, 'tain't Santa or 
his deer, It's just yours truly, 100N108. - Just 
sittin' here and thinkin' how pleasant it would be, 
lOONllO. © Mar. 16, 1945; K 57926, 57928. 

Order of St. Benedict, inc. 3755-3757 

All the borders of the earth have seen the salva- 
tion of our God, LP 124. - We have come with gifts 
to adore the Lord, LP 125. © Apr. 18, 1945; K 
57853, 57854. 

Miserere mei, LP 126. © Apr. 27, 1945; K 
58003. 

Pabst brewing co. 3758 

Are you ready? © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1945; J 37795. 

Paper stationery & tablet mfg. assn., inc. 3759 

Letters, the ties that bind. Write today to those 
away! 8th national letter writing week, October 14 
to 20. © Apr. 21, 1945; K 57942. 

Plumley (Elinor) 3760, 3761 

[Marquetry craft dog] © Sept. 15^ 1944; K 

57931. 

[Marquetry craft duck] © Jan. 15, 1945; K 

57932. 

Ralston- Purina co. 3762 

Raise poults that pay the Purina way. © 1 c. 
Apr. 16, 1945; J 37805. 

Ray-Bell films, inc. 3763-3767 

Machine shop work: 

Operations on the planer. Planing a dovetail 
slide, 2. - Precision measurement. Gage blocks 
and accessories, 8. © Mar. 1, 1945; J 37772, 
37775. 

Machine shop work, operations on a broaching 
machine: 

Broaching an internal ke3rway, 1. - Double 
ram vertical surface broaching, 3. - Single ram 
vertical surface broaching, 2. © Mar. 1, 1945; J 
37771, 37773, 37774. 

Reproducta, inc. 3768-3775 

Kroger (F. A.): 

All tucked in, 0805. - Bright eyes, 0808. - 
Happy and carefree, 0811. - Little sweetheart, 
0807. - Peek-a-boo, 0806. - Pillow of dreams, 
0812. - Splashing ahead, 0810. - Yummy-yummy, 
0809. © Feb. 20, 1944; K 57858-57865. 



Rex CO. 

Comparator and test card. 
36005. 



3778 
Dec. 30, 1944; I 



Richmond, Missouri (City) 3777 

City of Richmond, TXo., 2^ cigarette tax, 22245. 
© Oct. 12, 1944; K 57973. 

Ringling bros. & Barnum & Bailey combined shows, 
inc. 3778, 3779 

Ringling bros. and Barnum & Bailey. The great- 
est show on earth. © Apr. 4, 1945; K 57773. 

Ringling bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus. 
Boston garden. © Apr. 11, 1945; K 57^1. 



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CLASSES H-K 



3828 



Sandler (Henry B.) co. 3780-3782 

Summer in Sussex. - Surrey. © May 1, 1945; K 

57998, 57999. 

White glory. © May 1, 1945; K 58000. 

Scemon (Lucien) 3783 

Long distance anti-aircraft map firing pattern 
no. 2. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1945; I 35991. 

Schamber (Edmund O.) 3784 

Square U super. © Feb. 21, 1945; I 36003. 

Seagram-distillers corp. 3785-3790 

At bay. - Charge. © Jan. 1, 1945; K 57724, 

57725. 

Flushed. - Take off. © Jan. 1, 1945; K 57728, 

57729. 

Strike. - Surrender. © Jan. 1, 1945; K 57726, 

57727. 

Shell development co. 3791 

Heat content of petroleum fractions. © Feb. 6, 
1945; I 36000. 

Stanley mfg. co. 3792-3795 

Happy birthday, brother, 15B2197. © Apr. 9, 
1945; K 57960. 

Perhaps I shouldn't say this but I guess I might 
as well: I really think you're awful, 15G2226. - 
Sumpin' for your birthday, aunt, 15B2202. - Thinkin' 
of you, 15G2227. © Apr. 2, 1945; K 57958, 57959, 
57961. 

Sullivan (Leonard Vincent) 3796 

Layout for radio reception. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1945; 
I 35999. 

Swift & CO. 3797-3802 

Economy boneless beef cuts. - Man's first meat. 
- Pard-nership. - Proof upon proof. Here's the 
proof! - Pursuit of cleanliness. - Triple pay-off. 
© 1 c. each Apr. 16, 1945; J 37803, 37806, 37807, 
37810-37812. 

Thompson products, inc. 3803-3814 

Boeing B-17 G flying fortresses, U. S. army air 

forces, bomber. - Boeing B-29 superfortresses, U. 

S. army air forces, bomber. - Boeing 307 strato- 



liner, Transcontinental and Western air, inc. - Boe- 
ing 314 clipper. Pan American airways system. - 
Consolidated B-24 liberators, U. S. army air forces, 
bomber. - Consolidated coronado PB2Y-3, U. S. 
navy, patrol bomber. - Curtiss-Wright C-46 com- 
mandos, U. S. army air forces, cargo. - Douglas 
C-47 skytrains and Waco gliders, U. S. army air 
forces, cargo. - Douglas C-54 skymaster. Air 
transport command, cargo. - Lockheed C-69 con- 
stellations, U. S. army air forces, cargo. - Martin 
XPB2M-IR Mars, U. S. navy, cargo. - Vought- 
Sikorsky VS-44A flying ace, American export air- 
lines, inc. © Jan. 18, 1945; K 57751-57762. 



Troxel (G. O.) 

Multiple nnicrometer. © 1 
35998. 

Vogler (Nina J.) 

F. D. R. going home. © 1 
37835. 



3815 
Apr. 4, 1945; I 



3816 
c. Apr. 20, r945; J 



Westinghouse electric & mfg co. 3817-3822 

How to make a lost sale pay a profit, F. S. 631. 
How to sell the replacement market for industrial 
electronic tubes, F. S. 629. - It's safe, and it saves, 
F. S. 632. - Message to the Wiestinghouse sales 
organization by R. A. Neal, F. S. 630. - What makes 
a good tube good, F. S. 628. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1945; 
J 37797, 37801, 37804, 37815, 37816. 

Watt's cookin' in the range business? © Nov. 
15, 1944; K 57750. 

Weston aero-hydraulics, ltd. 3823, 3824 

Assem. -double unlatching jack with sequence 
valve, 700 A. - Jack assem. sequence valve & un- 
latching, 300 A. © 1 c. each Apr. 26, 1945;! 36057, 
36058. 

Wilkinson (John H.) 3825, 3826 

Liquid-dates, 1, 2. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1945; J 37754, 
37755. 

Willard pictures. 3827 

Nursing. Care of the cardiac patient © Mar. 1, 
1945; J 37833. 

Young (Katherine) 3828 

Kosmak (George) © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1945; J 37749. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Reproductions of works of art (including 27 one-copy entries) 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (including 211 one-copy 

entries) 

Photographs (including 83 one-copy entries) 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 143 contributions to periodicals and other 

one-copy entries) 

Total 



82 

387 
294 

1.161 

1,924 



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UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[3828 



Boosey & co., ltd. 1, 2 

~ Folk songs of the Kentucky mountains. R 136675, 
Feb. 18, 1945. 

Little thoughts of little tots. R 136674, Feb. 18, 
1945. 

© Boosey & co., ltd., London. 

Ferris (J. L. G.) 3 

Courtship. © Ernest N. Ryder, Croton Falls, 
N. T. R 137186, Feb. 28, 1945. 

Grimball (Meta M.) 4-9 

Blue bird weather. R 136739, Feb. 8, 1945. 
Clothes for the needy. R 136742, Feb. 8, 1945. 



Doing their bit. R 136745, Feb. 7, 1945. 
First love letter. R 136744, Feb. 8, 1945. 
Soldier's day. R 136740, Feb. 8, 1945. 
Witching hour. R 136741, Feb. 8, 1945. 
© Gutmann & Gutmann, inc., New York. 



Gutmann (Bessie Pease) 10-15 

Blossom time. R 136738, Feb. 8, 1945. 
Home builders. R 136736, Feb. 8, 1945. 
Love's message. R 136735, Feb. 8, 1945. 
Mascot. R 136734, Feb. 8, 1945! 
Me and Fido. R 136743, Feb. 8, 1945. 
Wedding march. R 136737, Feb. 8, 1945. 
© Gutmann & Gutmann, inc., New York. 



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Advertisers' service dlv., inc., New York. 3829 
Know your U. S. A. For bread. © Dec. 26, 
1944; KK 30445. 

Allied steel products, inc., Cleveland. 3830 

New non-skid tractor grip-lug. For repair part 

for tracklaying tractors. © Aug. 7, 1944; KK 30345. 

Aluminum cooking utensil co.. New Kensington, Pa. 

3831 
Aristocrat. For wear-ever pressure cooker. © 
Feb. 20, 1945; KK 30355. 

American engineering CO., Philadelphia. 3832, 3833 
AE task force of steering gears. For steering 

gears. © Jan. 15, 1945; KK 30309. 

Getting rid of the jitters. For fluid power pump. 

© Jan. 12, 1945; KK 30308. 

American viscose Corp., New York. 3834, 3835 

For rayon: 

Something you ought to know about rayon 
stockings. © Nov. 18, 1943; KK 30421. 

What do you need to know about vat dyes? © 
Oct. 25, 1943; KK 30420. 

Armour & co., Chicago. 3836-3840 

For meat: 

American design for plenty. © Feb. 7, 1945; 
KK 30384. 

In our town. © Feb. 25, 1945; KK 30386. 

It's newl It's different. © Jan. 26, 1945; KK 
30382. 

So flavory and good. © Jan. 26, 1945; KK 
30383. 

Something special, specially goodl © Feb. 9, 
1945; KK 30385. 

Babee-tenda Corp., Cleveland. 3841, 3842 

For infants' furniture: 

Baby's safety depends on you. © Dec. 1, 1944; 
KK 30478. 

Dear parents: For the safety of that new baby 
of yours. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30479.- 

Bell aircraft Corp., Buffalo. 3843 

Patented rocking chair. For aircraft. © Feb. 
11, 1945; KK 30265. 

Bendix aviation Corp., Detroit, Teterboro, N. J. 

3844-3846 
For aircraft instruments: 

Answering tomorrow's challenge. © Feb. 
21, 1945; KK 30378. 

Installation instructitms. Dual fuel flow auto- 
syn indicators. © Jan. 23, 1945; KK 30367. 

Installation instructions. Dual manifold pres- 
sure autosyn indicator. © Jan. 23, 1945; KK 30322. 

Best & CO., inc., New York. 3847-3858 

Always, the regulation, navy blue reefer. For 

little girls' and boys' navy coats. © Feb. 25, 1945; 

KK 30398. 

Curling coq. Crisp, new feather accent for these 

litUe hats. For misses hats, © Feb. 23, 1945; KK 

30404. 



Dine and dance in fabulous prints. For misses 
dinner gowns. © Feb. 22, 1945; KK 30401. 

Encore 1 Encore 1 Lewispun. Worn and loved by 
tens of thousands of well-dressed Americans. For 
misses coats and suits, girls' coats and suits. © 
Feb. 18, 1945; KK 30409. 

For the prep school crowd, gabardine. For 
boy's suit. © Feb. 23, 1945; KK 30405. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. Itinerant 
draughts and sudden temperature changes pass 
right by this small child, in her snug coat sweater. 
For child's sweater. © Feb. 20, 1945; KK 30399. 

Growing girls want them smart and sturdy. For 
girls shoes. © Feb. 23, 1945; KK 30406. 

Ruffles 'n' roses for a pretty playsuit. For 
misses playsuit. © Feb. 22, 1945; KK 30402. 

Shoulder flange accent on a new cardigan suit. 
For misses suit. © Feb. 20, 1945; KK 30400. 

Suits with spirit for young cosmopolitans. Teen- 
agers say keen for a jumper and blouse. A topcoat 
for changing seasons, Harris tweed. For junior 
miss suits, girls jumper and blouse, boys topcoat. 
© Feb. 23, 1945; KK 30403. 

Treat 'em rough. Clothes built to stand the 
buffetings and such of active play. For little boys* 
clothes. © Feb. 18, 1945; KK 30408. 

Wool suit -dresses in the exciting new manner. 
New, deep armholes on our belted town coat. Ex- 
clusive Nada aristocrat in leather. For misses 
suits, dresses, coat and bag. © Feb. 20, 1945; KK 
30407. 

Bond electric corp. div. Western cartridge co. 
See Western cartridge co. Bond electric corp. 
div. 

Borden co., New York. 3859-3861 

Ahl" That royale feeling 1 For fruit sherbet and 
ice cream. © Aug. 4, 1944; KK 30410. 

Borden's hemo, delicious vitamin -lAineral forti- 
fied chocolate milk drink. For malted milk. © 
Nov. 26, 1944; KK 30429. 

Borden's ice cream. For ice cream. © Mar. 
15, 1944; KK 30430. 

Chap stick co., Lynchburg, Va. 3862-3865 

For medicated lip stick: 

It's no fun to be funny. © Jan. 19, 1945; KK 
30294. 

It's no fun to be funny. © Jan. 24, 1945; KK 
30295. 

Watch those lips. © Feb. 2, 1945; KK 30297. 

Your lips will thank you. © Jan. 26, 1945; KK 
30296. 

Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 3866-3878 

For soft drink: 

Be prepared, have a Coca-cola. Sprite hold- 
ing up six bottles. © Jan. 27, 1945; KK 30453. 

Disfrute de la pausa que refresca. Chile 
Vina del mar. © Jan. 25, 1945; KK 30452. 

Don't be hasty, have a coke. Snowman. © 
Feb. 8. 1945; KK 30456. 

Eia ke ola. Have a coke. Here's health. 
Hawaii. © Jan. 25, 1945; KK 30470. 

Goze a pausa que refresca. Chile vina del 
mar. © Jan. 15, 1945; KK 30451. 



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Greetings, brother, have a coke. Crossing 
the equator. © Feb. 6, 1945; KK 30454. 

Have a Coca-cola, the family welcomes you. 
War bride. © Oct. 17, 1944; KK 30450. 

It's a big event, have a Coca-cola. Baby's 
first step. © Feb. 13, 1945; KK 30457. 

It's great to be here. Have a Coca-cola. 
Group in booth. © Jan. 30, 1945; KK 30472. 

It's great to be here. Have a Coca-cola. 
Group in booth. © Jan. 31, 1945; KK 30473. 

So glad to see you, have a Coca-cola. Sailor 
and two girls at fountain. © Feb. 8, 1945; KK 
30455. 

Todo marcha perfectamente. Have a coke. 
Everything's goin' O. K. Mexico no. 3. © Jan. 

24, 1945; KK 30469. 

Todo marcha perfectamente. Have a coke. 
Everything's gain' O. K. Mexico no. 3. © Jan. 25, 
1945; KK 30471. 

Crown fabrics co.. New York. 3879 

Your guarantee of unconditional washability. 
For fabrics. © Jan. 29, 1945; KK 30436. 

Cutler -Hanuner, inc., Milwaukee. 3880 

When motor control is imitrol, you're ready for 
the shift. For electric ccmtrol. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 
30326. 

Day-brite lighting, inc., St. Louis. 3881, 3882 

For fixtures for fluorescent lamps: 

Advance data sheet, 527. © Dec. 27, 1944; 
KK 30325. 

Day-brite hydee hanger, form OD-425. © 
Dec. 20, 1944; KK 30324. 

Decca records, inc.. New York. 3883 

More than any other human being! For records. 
© Feb. 9, 1945; KK 30310. . 

Dick (A. B.) CO., Chicago. 3884-3888 

For stencil duplicators and supplies: 

ABC of contract termination. © Feb. 1, 1945; 
KK 30440. 

Clear, clean, black-on-whlte copies. © Jan. 

25, 1945; KK 30483. 

Easiest and speediest method of producing 
vendor's shipping documents. © Feb. 17, 1945; KK 
30484. 

It transfers ink line drawings to a stencil 
quickly, simply, at low cost. © Jan. 15, 1945; KK 
30481. 

Voice of management. © Jan. 24, 1945; KK 
30482. 

Dishart (Harry Samuel) Brooklyn. 3889 

Baby's memo picture shoe caps. For baby's 
picture shoe caps. © Feb. 24, 1945; KK 30448. 

DistillaticHi products, inc., Rochester, N. Y. 3890 
Bearer of vitamin A from our molecular stills. 
For oil-soluble -vitamins and high vacuum equip- 
ment. © Feb. 2, 1945; KK 30330. 

DuMcnt (Allen B.) laboratories^ inc., New York. 

3891-3894 
For electronic equipment and television: 

DuMont, the name to watch in television. © 
Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30306. 

What makes a good television show? © Feb. 
1, 1945; KK 30304. 

When and bow can television turn a profit? 
© Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30303. 



You'll enjoy a thousand lives, with DuMont 
television. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30305. 

Exhibit supply co., Chicago. ' 3895 

Television messages. For cards sold by means 
of vending machines. © Feb. 20, 1945; KK 30381. 

Firestone tire & rubber co., AkrcHi, O. 3896-3898 
Gifts for everyone at Firestone. *Twas the week 

before Christmas. For tires, home and auto 

supplies, toys. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 30339. 

Mr. Extra Traction says, take a tip from Uncle 

Sam. For ground grip tractor tires. © Sept. 1, 

1943; KK 30337. 

Zeero says, winter-sure your car at Firestone. 

For tires, batteries, auto supplies. © Oct. 1, 

1943; KK 30338. 

Fischer & co., inc.. New York. 3899 

When joy and peace are again a real part of our 
lives. For lingerie, rayon slip. © Feb. 15, 1945; 
KK 30424. 



Gaines food co., inc., Sherburne, N. Y. 
From head to tall I For dog food. 
1945; KK 30271. 



3900 
Feb. 13, 



3901, 3902 



Gajrmont laboratories, Chicago. 
For milk food: 

Science says live longer. Enjoy vibrant youth 
for extra years. © Jan. 10, 1945; KK 30343. 

Simple 1-2-3 way of making yogourt with 
Dr. Gaymont's yogourt culture. © Feb. 3, 1945; 
KK 30341. 

General mills, inc., Minneapolis. 3903-3905 

Breakfast clicks when I serve kix. For cereal. 

© Jan. 28, 1945; KK 30332. 

Forks fairly fly, when you serve corn-sausage 

pie. For flour. © Jan. 7, 1945; KK 30331. 

Yep, she'll run about 90 rolls to the acre. For 

food products. © Feb. 6, 1945; KK 30333. 

Gladen aeroservlce. Bay City, Mich. 3906 

G-meter. For aircraft instrument. © Feb. 12, 
1945; KK 30390. , 

Glidden co., Cleveland. 3907 

Room made fit for a fighter. For wall paint. 
© Feb. 25, 1945; KK 30466. 



Granat bros., San Francisco. 

Threesomes. For diamond rings. 
1945; KK 30422. 



3908 
Feb. 18, 



3909, 3910 



Gray (Dorothy) ltd.. New York. 
For cosmetics: 

Only the best for your little cherub. © Feb. 
23, 1945; KK 30336. 

This morning he sent me flowers. © Feb. 1, 
1945; KK 30335. 

Guaranteed business producers co., Baltimore. 

3911 
Win a gorgeous fur coat, free I For fur coats 
and scarfs, © Feb. 10, 1945; KK 30474. 

Hammond Instrument co., Chicago. 3912-3916 

For electric organ: 

Chaplain's behind the enemy's lines. © Oct. 
19, 1944; KK 30276. 

For you, padre, we go. © Dec. 14, 1944; KK 
30279. 



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Look, honey, I'm good I © Dec. 25, 1944; KX 
30280. 

No, chaplain, can't let them get you tool © 
Nov. 16, 1944; KK 30277. 

You'll scarcely believe it's you. © Nov. 20, 
1944; KK 30278. 

Hercules powder co., inc., Wilmlng^ton, Del. 

3917 
Shining shield. For chemicals. © Feb. 22, 1945; 
KK 30435. 

Holmes. (Gladys Looney), d. b. a. Gladys Looney, 
San Francisco. 3918 

Londonderry for making desserts. Recipe book 

used as an enclosure in food package. For food 

product. © Dec. 18, 1944; KK 30291. 

Holmes & Edwards div. International silver co. 
See International silver co. Holmes & Edwards 
dlv. 

International silver co. Holmes & Edwards div., 
Meriden, Conn. 3919, 3920 

For sterling inlaid silverplate: 

He got that way. © Feb. 15, 1945; KK 30449. 
Wishing! Wishing for this finer silverplate 
that stays lovelier longer. © Jan. 5, 1945; KK 
30244. 

Johnson (Walter H.) candy co., Chicago. 3921 

Don't let it get you down, ma'am. For candy 
bar. © Feb. 19, 1945; KK 30480. 

Jones & Laughlin steel corp., Pittsburgh. 3922 

Tinplating method bom of the war. For steel. 
© Feb. 22, 1945; KK 30468. 

Juvenile products of Pasadena. Metal arts co. 
See Metal arts co. Juvenile products of Pasa- 
dena div. 

Kahn (DavidO inc., North Bergen, N. J. 3923 

For distinguished service on every front. For 
fountain pens. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30312. 

Kellar (JuUe) Hollywood, Calif. 3924 

Kan-dee-kake. For candy. © Oct. 9, 1944; KK 
30397. 

Lee (Sylvan) products co., Chicago. 3925 

Sylcon. For mattresses and box springs. © 
Jan. 2, 1945; KK 29874. 

Lehn & Fink products Corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

3926 

'Round the town it's Tussy, lunching at the 

Colony. For cosmetics. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30334. 

Lentheric, inc., New York. 3927 

Confetti, Lenthdric perfumes. For perfiime. © 
Jan. 23, 1945; KK 30274. 

Liggett Si Myers tobacco co.. New York. 

3928, 3929 

Chesterfield supper club. For cigarettes. © 
Feb. 16, 1945; KK 30299. 

Topkic^ Smart. For cigarettes. © Feb. 15, 
1945; KK 30298. 

Looney (Gladys) See Holmes (Gladys Looney), 
d. b. a. Gladys Looney. 



Merit clothing co., inc., Mayfield, Ky. 3930, 3931 
For men's clothing: 

Neck zone, exclusive feature of style -mart 
clothes. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 30437. 

Neck zone, exclusive tailoring feature. © 
Jan. 26, 1945; KK 30438. 

Merriam (G. & C.) co., Springfield, Mass. 3932 
Circle & monogram. For dictionaries. © Feb. 
1, 1945; KK 30281. 

Metal arts co. Juvenile products of Pasadena div., 
Pasadena. . 3933 

New whimsie blocks. For toys and juvenile 

equipment. © Jan. 25, 1945; KK 30273. 

Mountain makers, AshevlUe, N. C. 3934 

Handmade mountain jewelry. For handmade 

sterUng silver jewelry. © Feb. 21, 1945; KK 30419. 

National oil products co., Harrison, N. J. 

3935-3937 
For poultry feed: 

Story of true vitamin A in an egg shell. © 
Dec. 9, 1944; KK 30441. 

Story of true vitamin A in an egg shell. © 
Jan. 6, 1945; KK 30444. 

Story of true vitamin A in an egg shell. For 
turkey feed. © Jan. 5, 1945; KK 30443. 

Occidental creamery. Redwood City, Calif. 3938 
Good? It's purr-feet I For milk and cream. © 
Dec. 15, 1944', KK 30342. 

Peerless camera stores. New York; 3939 

Camera bug. For cameras and photographic 
suppUes. © Feb. 15, 1945; KK 30354. 

PiUsbury mills, inc., Clinton, la. 3940, 3941 

For commercial feed: 

Chicks PiUsbury's best. © Feb. 16, 1945; 
KK 30425. 

Pillsbury's best hog concentrate. © Feb. 19, 
1945; KK 30426. 

Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 3942 

Triplet joy-brlngers for rough, chapped hands. 
For hand cream. © Feb. 14, 1945; KK 30272. 

Remington Rand, inc., Buffalo. 3943 

Schedule for federal withholding tax.. [Bi-weeldy, 
weekly, semi-mon., monthly] For adding, book- 
keeping and calculating machines. © Dec. 21, 
1944; KK 30344. 

Revlon products corp., New York. 3944 

Real difference in chic is color by Revlon. For 
cosmetics. © Jan. 29, 1945; KK 30340. 

Rothmoor corp., Chicago. 3945 

You'll go elegantly through this spring. For 

ladies' coats and suits. © Feb. 20, 1945; KK 30377. 

Rugby products corp.. New York. 3946 

America's luxury leatherwear, Rvigby. For 
billfolds, small leathergoods. © Dec. 5, 1944; KK 
30293. 

Schautz (William A.) inc., New York. 3947-3949 
For bread: 

Listen for tomorrow. © Feb. 6, 1945; KK 
30356. 



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Rice's bread. © Feb. 6, 1945; KK 30358. 
We thank you. © Feb. 6, 1945; KK 30357. 

Sheaifer (W. A.) pen co., Fort Madison, la. 

3950 
New generation of pendom's finest. For writing 
instruments. © Feb. 20, 1945; KK 30465. 

Sllberstein (Sam) co., New Yorlc. 3951 

Sure-sized. For ladies apparel, suits, coats, 
etc. © Feb. 10, 1945; KK 30396. 

Singer mfg. co., Elizabetli, Elizabethport, N. J. 

3952-3954 

Girl who learns to sew today is a better home- 
maker tomorrow. For Singer sewing machines. © 
Dec. 25, 1944; KK 30267. 

Mom said oohl Dad said wow I Little brother 
whistled. For Singer sewing machines, notions, 
collars and cuffs, flowers, scarfs. © Feb. 16, 
1945; KK 30427. 

Someday she may be a homemaker, let her learn 
to sew now I For Singer sewing machines. Singer 
dress form. © Jan. 25, 1945; KK 30266. 

Smith & Wesson, inc., Springfield, Mass. 3955 

Do you know your handgun history? For Smith 
and Wesson revolvers. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30464. 

Soft-water equipment co., Los Angeles. 3956 

Gold in your faucets I For water softeners. © 
Jan. 20, 1945; KK 30432. 

Standard oil co., Chicago. 3957-3959 

For gasoline and motor oil: 

George, isn't it about time to have the Stand- 
ard oil man do some work under the hood d the 
car? © Feb. 14, 1945; KK 30329. 

George, let's have the Standard oil man look 
under the hood of the car. © Feb. 7, 1945; KK 
30328. 

George, we've taken such good care of the 
car, it would be a shame to fall off now I © Feb. 6, 
ld45; KK 30327. 

Sterling tool products co. , Chicago. 3960 

Sterling 1000 parts price list. For parts for 
portable electric sanding machine. © Feb. 2, 1945; 
KK 30307. 

Stoffel seals co., inc., Scarsdale, N. Y. 3961 

Zip- seal. For seals. © Dec. 13, 1944; KK 
30439. 

Studebaker corp.. South Bend, Ind. 3962 

County agents recommend, get your motor truck 
ready nowl For airplane engines, military trucks 
and weasels. © Feb. 19, 1945; KK 30321. 

SKperba cravats, Rochester, N. Y. 3963, 3964 
For ties: 

That great public speaker, your necktie. © 
Feb. 6, 1945; KK 30379. 

That great public speaker, your necktie 1 © 
Feb. 15, 1945; KK 30380. 

Timken roller bearing co.. Canton, O. 3965, 3966 
Plan next summer's work now. For roller 
bearings. © Feb. 13, 1945; KK 30434. 

Why Timken bearings deliver outstanding per- 
formance. For Timken roller bearings. © Feb. 5, 
1945; KK 30290. 



United States gypsum co., Chicago. 3967-3973 

For lime: 

U S G finishing lime, L-24. © Oct. 31, 1944; 
KK 30318. 

U S G mason's lime, L-21. © OcL 31, 1944; 
KK 30317. 
For paint: 

Texolite products color selector, T-1. © 
Dec. 29, 1944; KK 30320. 

U S G lime proof colors. © Oct. 31, 1944; 
KK 30319. 

U S G special flat, T-58. © Aug. 15, 1944; 
KK 30314. 

U S G architectural specifications, WW-16. For 
Insulation board. © Oct. 16, 1944; KK 30316. 

U S G red top insulating wool, IW-10, For in- 
sulation wool. © Oct. 15, 1944; KK 30315. 

United wallpaper. Inc., Chicago. 3974, 3975 

For dex borders: 

Beautify a wall In no time at all with dex 
ready-pasted borders. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30300. 

Make 42 °/o clear profit! © Feb. 5, 1945; 
KK 30302. 

Universal oil products co., Chicago. 3976 

Stopped In his tracks. For Inhibitors for gaso- 
line oxidation. © Feb. 20, 1945; KK 30313. 

Vermont marble co.. Proctor, Vt. 8977 

Peace on earth. For. marble. © Nov. 15, 1944; 
KK 30275. 

Vital distributors co.. New York. 3978 

Good cartons are vital. For mailing cartons. © 
Dec. 1, 1944; KK 30431. 

Warner-Patterson co., Chicago. 3979-3983 

For automobile supplies: 

Ever hear of Insuring engine parts? © Oct. 
14, 1944; KK 30391. 

Going, going, gone. © Feb. 12, 1945; KK 
30395. 

Ifl winter too a clean cooling system Is the 
best engine parts Insurance. © Nov. 6, 1944; KK 
30392. 

Keep 'em rolllngl © Jan. 15, 1945; KK 30394. 

Keep that cooling system clean. © Dec. 11, 
1944; KK 30393. 

Weber (Erhard N.) HoUls, L. I., N. Y. 3984 

For greater shaving smlleage shave and save 
with In-d-ex blades. For razor and blades. © May 
31, 1944; KK 30476. 

Wembley, inc.. New Orleans. 3985 

Wembley presents Bar Harbor blue. For men's 
neckties. © Jan. 25, 1945; KK 304i23. 

Western cartridge co. Bond electric corp. dlv., 
New Haven. 3986, 3987 

For flashlight batteries: 

Bond, a profitable post-war line for you. © 
Nov. 10, 1943; KK 30458. 

When It's mid-day In Guam. © Nov. 25, 1944; 
KK 30460. 

Western cartridge co. Winchester repeating aims 
CO. dlv.. New Haven. 3988-3991 

For ammunition: 

As the world turns. © Oct. 10, 1944; KK 

30459. 



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Getting them out of the tight spots. © Nov. 20, 
1944; KK 30463. 

What's in a name? © Nov. 10, 1944; KK 30462. 
When the lights come on again 1 Battery, gun and 
cartridge box. For flashlight batteries. © Jan. 10, 
1944; KK 30461. 

Weston electrical instrument Corp., Newark, N. J. 

3992 
Weston dial, v. 6, no. 2. For exposure meters. 
© Feb. 21, 1945; KK 30353. 



Winchester repeating arms co. div. Western cart- 
ridge co. See Western cartridge CO. \Vinchester 
repeating arms co. div. 

Wymer (O. U.) Houston. 3993 

Mr. Goodhearing says: Western electric is the 
only hearing aid. For hearing aid. © Feb. 20, 
1945; KK 30467. 

Zenith radio corp., Chicago. 3994 

New thousands now wear a hearing aid. For 
hearing aid. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30301. 



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UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE ACT OF JULY 31, 1939 

[3994 



Ailing & Cory co. 1 

Belfast. For paper. © Ailing & Cory co., 
Rochester, N. Y. RR 133, Apr. 26, 1945. 



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A-C forest plastics div. J. Homer Hough co. See 
Hough (J. Homer) co. A-C forest plastics div. 

Baum (L. L.) Oklahoma City. 3995-3997 

For stationery: 

Airborne. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30287. 
Baum's aero flax. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30286. 
Baum's riteaire. © Feb. 17, 1945; KK 30288. 

Berman (Edward), d. b. a. Food craft, Minneapolis. 

3998 

Food craft brand frozen pi-krust dough. For 

frozen pie crust dough. © Dec. 15, 1944; KK 30388. 

C.-M.-F. CO. See Slbert (Frank) jr., d. b. a. C- 
M.-F. CO. 

Chitter-chat stationers, Blackwell, Okl. 3999 

Line-a-day Chitter-chat. For stationery. © 
Nov. 15, 1944; KK 30414. 

Citrus concentrates, inc., Duhedln, Fla. 4000-4003 

Citrasweet. For orange juice. © Dec. 21, 1944; 
KK 30374. 

Sunfilled. For condensed grapefruit juice. © 
Dec. 21, 1944; KK 30372. 

Sunfilled. For condensed orange and grapefruit 
juice. © Dec. 21, 1944; KK 30371. 

Sunfilled. For condensed orange juice. © Dec. 
21, 1944; KK 30373. 

Clayton (A. C.) ptg. co., St Louis. 4004 

Marshall Field & company, Chicago. Young 
modems' shoes. For shoes. © Feb. 2, 1945; KK 
30365. 

Continental foods, inc., Hoboken, N. J. 4005 

Lipton's tomato vegetable soup. For dehydrated 
vegetable soup mix. © Feb. 21, 1945; KK 30477. 

Falbo (S.) cheese co. , Chicago. 4006 

S. Falbo cheese co. For grated cheese, Italian 
style. © Dec. 29, 1944; KK 30285. 



Food craft. See Berman (Edward), d. b. a. 
craft. 



Food 



Franke (Kenneth S.), d. b. a. Kenard novelty co.. 
New York. 4007 

Woodendoit puzzle. For wood puzzle. © Oct. 

25, 1944; KK 30269. 

Galligan (Robert }.) & Swartz (Zene L.), d. b. a. RG 
commercial laboratories, Portland, Or. 4008 
Presto- maid magic cleaner. For household 

utility cleaner. © Oct. 20, 1944; KK 30475. 

'Cebhart (Suzanne Elaine) East Cleveland, O. 4009 
Suzettes by Suzanne. For stationery. © Nov. 
10, 1944; KK 30289. 

Geldur novelty CO., New York. 4010 

Tlcto-gram. For game for two players. © Feb. 
23, 1945; KK 30368. 



Gladen aeroservice. Bay City, Mich. 



4011 



G-meter. For aircraft instrument. © Feb. 12, 
1945; KK 30389. 

Hanson (Walter), d. b. a. Tested products, Lakewood, 
0. 4012 

Platen pep. For platen preparation. © Nov. 10, 

1944; KK 30268. 

Hobby stationers, Kansas City, Mo. 4013-4019 

For stationery: 

Co-ed Hobby-notes. © Nov. 3, 1944; KK 
30417. 

Convalescent Hobby-notes. © Jan. 5, 1945; 
KK 30412. 

Cupid Hobby-notes. © Oct. 17, 1944; KK 
30418. 

Everyday Hobby-notes. © Oct. 10, 1944; KK 
30415. 

Maternity thank you Hobby-notes. © Jan. 5, 
1945; KK 30411. 

Pen-scribble Hobby-notes. © Feb. 14, 1945; 
KK 30416. 

Thankyou Hobby-notes. © Sept. 20, 1944; KK 
30413. 

Hough (J. Hojner) co. A-C forest plastics div., Los 
Angeles. 4020 

Art blox. For blocks for children and convales- 
cents. © Oct. 16, 1944; KK 30447. 

Independent Milwaukee brewery, Milwaukee. 4021 
Milwaukee's choicest braumeister special 
Pilsener beer. For beer. © Dec. 15, 1944; KK 
30682. 

J. B. syrup co., inc.. New York. 4022 

Jabco brand syrup. For syrups. © Sept. 15, 
1944; KK 30359. 

Johnson (Walter Theodore), d. b. a. Johnson nu-brlte 
products CO., Brooklyn. 4023 

Johnson nu-brite bleach. For bleach, sodium 

hypochlorite. © Feb. 20, 1945; KK 30284. 

Johnson nu-brite products co. See Johnson (Walter 
Theodore), d. b. a. Johnson nu-brite products 

CO. 

Kenard novelty co. See Franke (Kenneth S.), 
d. b. a. Kenard novelty co. 

Lummins & co., Philadelphia. 4024 

Lummis peanut butter. For peanut butter. © 
Feb. 8, 1945; KK 30283. 

Mahl (J. Thomas), d. b. a. Mahl co., Huntington 
Park, Calif. 4025 

F T denture cream. For cream cleanser for 

dentures. © Dec. 18, 1944; KK 30311. 

Mahl CO. See Mahl (J. Thomas) , d. b. a. Mahl co. 

National oil products co., Harrison, N. J. 4026 

Nopco XX vitamin A & D feeding oil. For animal 
feed. © Dec. 27, 1944; KK 30442. 



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Plymouth plastics, Plymouth, Mich. 4027 

Aprotec. For plastics, container made of 
plastics. © Feb. 23, 1945; KK 30428. 

Quick charge, inc., Oklahoma City. 4028 

Quick-arc. For electric welding apparatus. © 
Dec. 26, 1944; KK 30387. 

RG commercial laboratories. See Galligan (Robert 
J.) & Swartz (Zene L.), d. b. a. RG commercial 
laboratories. 

Rico products co., Tampa, Fla. 4029, 4030 

Rico. For blended orange and grapefruit juice. 

© Dec. 27, 1944; KK 30376. 

Rico. For orange juice. © Dec. 27, 1944; KK 

30375. 

Sapolin co., inc.. New York. 4031-4037 

For enamel paint: 

Sapolin screen enamel. © Feb. 27, 1945; KK 
30446. 

Sapolin speed enamel. © Feb. 23, 1945; KK 
30364. 

Sapolin flat finish. For flat paint. © Feb. 
23, 1945; KK 30361. 

Sapolin hot pipe aluminum. For aluminum 



paint. © Feb. 23, 1945; KK 30360. 

Sapolin interior gloss. For interior gloss paint 
© Feb. 23, 1945; KK 30362. 

Sapolin pigment primer. For paint primer. © 
Feb. 26, 1945; KK 30433. 

Sapolin semi-gloss. For semi-gloss paint. © 
Feb. 23, 1945; KK 30363. 

Sibert (Frank) ir., d. b. a. C.-M.-F. co.. East 
Orange, N. J. 4088 

Cigarettes, make your own with the new ciggle 

maker 49 c. For ciggie maker. © Feb. 10, 1945; 

KK 30485. 

Tested products. See Hanson (Walter), d. b. a. 
Tested products. 

Town & country, Sedalia, Mo. 4039 

Town and country fine casual footwear. For 
shoes. © Feb. 9, 1945; KK 30366. 

U. S. exterminating service, Dallas. 4040, 4041 
Overnight rats & mice killer. For rat poison. 

© Jan. 23, 1945; KK 30369. 

U. S. XXX roach and ant killer. For roach and 

ant powder. © Jan. 23, 1945; HX. 30370. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945- 



275 



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TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND 
PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING PRINTS AND 
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1945 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 40 

No. 5 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, formerly issued quarterly, but now 

''TcZ^l,%?SsT^:^^sTJl (giving a list of the photographs or other idenUfying reproductions 
deoosited according to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, a> I 
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CLASS G 

WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR WORKS OF ART 

Note.— An asterisk (*) after the proprietor's name indicates tiiat the artist and copyright proprietor are 
the same. 



Bonelli (Daniel Leonard)* 

Diana. © May 9, 1945; G 45297. 

Cook (Bertha R(^Iin) 

Cook (Bert [1. e. Bertha Rohlin]): 
Poodle. © May 21, 1945; G 45358. 



Crawshaw (Horace Gordon)* 

Who me? © Jan. 5, 1945; G 45310. 



4042 



4043 



4044 



4045 



Damerow (Alice)* 
Ivory presents: 

The fight against grime. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1945; 
G 45359. 



Daubner (Paul H.)* 4046-4048 

Christ carrying the cross. - Christ in Gethsemane 
garden. - Saint Cecilia. © 1 c. each Mar. 27, 1945; 
G 45158-45160. 



Eaton paper corp. 4049 

Pittman (Hobson): 

Hawthorne family at Tanglewood. © 1 c. Apr. 
18, 1945; G 45141. 

Freifeld (Benjamin BernarcO 4050, 4051 

Farndon (Walter): 

Home waters. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1945; G 45143. 
Grant (Gordon): 

Men of Gloucester. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1945; G 
45144. 

Gage (George W.)* 4052 

Boy in military uniform and sheepdog. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1945; G 45145. 

Hartle (Frank)* 4053 

Vision of the path of life. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1945; 
G 45165. 



Hastings (Martha Harris)* 4054 

Sandy the sea elf. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1945; G 
45131. 

Immerman (David)* 4055 

Roosevelt fireside chat. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1945; 
G 45157. 

Jennewein (C. Paul)* 4056-4058 
Ave Maria. - Nativity. - Seated Madonna and 

Child, small bird on bench. © 1 c. each Apr. 17, 
1945; G 45153-45155. 

Lynch (Elbert J.)* 4059 

Flag raising on Iwo Jima. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1945; 
G 45166. 



MiUedge (Richard Tyris)* 4060 

God spoke these words saying: I am the Lord, 
thy God. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1945; G 45164. 

Motts (Alicia Sundt)* 4061 

Bouquet d'amour. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1945; G 
45167. 



Nanni (Menotti) 4062 

Hogarth (T. G.): 

Last Testament. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1945; G 
45142. 



Okun CO. 4063, 4064 

Turner (Raymond): 

Christ blessing little children. - Madonna 
and Child. © 1 c. each Apr. 26, 1945; G 45168, 
45169. 



Podkulski (Edward Anthony)* 4065 

Little Putt Putt. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1945; G 45163. 

Poulos (Paul W.)* 4066 

Painting depicting the two hemispheres each 
having a dove thereon, the flags of the United 
States, England, China and Russia being displayed 
near each hemisphere. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1945; G 
45170. 

Reis (Mary Rose) 4067, 4068 

Mary Rosina (Sister) [i. e. Reis (Mary Rose)] 
Our Lady of: 

America. - Victory. © 1 c. each Nov. 17, 
1944; G 45161, 45162. 

Ripley (Aiden Lassell)* 4069-4073 

Alter grouse. - Duck shooting. © Oct. 14, 1944; 

G 45133, 45135. 

Flight woodcock. - Snipe at dawn. © Oct. 5, 

1944; G 45136, 45137. 

Walking up. © Oct. 25, 1944; G 45134. 

Robbins (Frederick Goodrich)* 4074 

Time for chores. © Apr. 11, 1945; G 45138. 

Ruotolo (Onorio)* 4075, 4076 

Liberty and rights for all - Abraham Lincoln. 

© 1 c. Apr. 15, 1945; G 45132. 

Unto Thee, O Lord, do I lift up my soul. Albert 

Einstein. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1945; G 45139. 

Russell (Walter)* 4077 

Roosevelt (Franklin Delano) © May 21, 1945; 
G 45336. 

Schedl (Anton H.)* 4078 

Three heads. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1945; G 45156. 



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4079 



pt. IV. n. s.. V. 40 



Scotto (Gerard John)* 

Baby. © Apr. 16, 1945; G 45247. 



4079 



Sweaney (Katie H.)* 4080 

Memorial monument for the late Franklin Delano 
Roosevelt. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1945; G 45140. 



Number of entries of Works of Arts included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945- 



648 



84 



CLASSES H-K 



REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 
OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 
PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



Armitage (Louise) & Armitage (George T.) 4081 
Hawaiian souvenir calendar, 1945. © Aug. 31, 
1944; K 58022. 

Ashley (David) inc. 4082-4087 

Bouvier (J.): 

Cerrito (Fanny) in the favourite pas La Gitana, 
360. - Cerrito (Fanny) in the new grand ballet 
Alma, ou La fille du feu, 359. - Dumilatre (Adele) 
as La Diane chasseresse, 358. - Dumilatre (Adele) 
as Myrtha, in the ballet of Giselle, 357. - Grisi 
(Mile. Carlotta) and M. Perrot in the very attrac- 
tive ballet La Esmeralda, 362. - Tagioni (Marie) 
and Signor Guerrain the celebrated ballet L'ombre, 
861. © May 21, 1945; H 2911-2916. 

Boehm (Paul F.) 4088 

Cross-beam ellipse compass 2 1/2", 450301. 
© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1945; I 36031. 

Campbell (Rollin E.) 4089, 4090 

Cam-ball rotary pump. - Electric heading 

pliers. © 1 c. each Apr. 22, 1945; I 36043, 36044. 

Cross CO. 4091-4107 

Machine to bore and face center housing 9N-4025, 
A-24087. - Machine to cross bore, ream & tap part 
no. 631734 carrier, A-24088. - Proposal for special 
rise & fall mill machine for part no. A-38-29-03, 
A-23729. - Proposal of seven station center column 
machine to drill, hollow mill, face, thread and tap 
L-37219-A, A-23727. - Proposal of special three 
station machine to rough and finish turn O. D. & I. 
D. of 4.495 Sph. dia. of torque tube, A-23501. - 
Proposal special. Cross turning & chamfering 
machine differential carrier, A-23447. - Proposed 
clutch housing boring & undercutting machine, 
A-24275. - Proposed machine to mill bearing 
notches and straddle mill center bearing, A-24452. 
- Proposed special eight station six way machine 
for part no. 13111, A-23697. - Tool layout for pro- 
posal of seven station center column machine to 
drill, hollow mill, face, thread & tap L-37219-A 
sink fitting, A-23727. © 1 c. each Apr. 13, 1945; 
I 36010, 36011, 36014, 36017-36023. 

Proposal, boring machine for: 

Boring 6.288/6.290 dia. crankcase 5003.12-J, 
A-23502. - 1.125-1.1254 dia. hole, crankcase 
5003-12-J, A-23503. - 2.125 dia. & .752 dia. holes, 
crankcase 5003-12, A-23402. © 1 c. each Apr. 13, 
1945; I 36009, 36012, 36013. 

Proposed tool layout: 

For special five station, five way machine for 
part no. 13111, A-23698. - Of special eight station 
six way machine for part no. 13111, A-23697. © 
1 c. each Apr. 13, 1945; I 36015, 36016. 

Rear axle housing: 

Boring and facing machine, A- 2447 4. - Facing 
machine, A-24475. © 1 c. each Apr. 13, 1945; 
I 36024, 36025. 



Delano (Gerard Curtis) 4108-4115 

Canyon De Chelly. - Canyon Del Muerto. - 
Desert thunderhead. - Moonlight stampede. - 
Navajo boy. - Navajo encampment. - Sheep on the 
desert. - Vermilion cliffs. © Nov. 29, 1944; H 
2898-2905. 



Disney (Walt) productions, inc. 

10M85-1. © Apr. 24, 1945; K 58016. 



4116 



Empie (Hal H.) 4117-4122 

At th' clinic, you can draw your own conclusions, 
E-60. - Great game, lots o' cards, but I'm runnin' 
outta chips, E-61. - Greetings. Just joined th' 
white-jackets, you'll hear from me later, E-59. - 
In Rochester, Minn. Havin' a wonderful time, wist 
you were here,E-62. - View of our club, th' clinic- 
waiters. Blessed is he who waits, and groweth not 
impatient, for he shall inherit th' right, by an' by, 
to move up, an' wait in another room, E-63, © 
Apr. 1, 1945; K 58007-58011. 

New post-war model. He profits best who serves 
th' most. Blown-up section of blowed-up section. 
© Apr. 10, 1945; K 58019. 



Finley (J. B.) 

Wanted I Some young man. 
58028. 



4123 
© May 8, 1945; K 



4124, 4125 



Frick collection. 

Fragonard (Jean Honore): 

Love reaching for a dove. - Storming the 
citadel. Detail, girl. © May 10, 1945; H 2909,2910. 

Garr (Oscar A.) 4126-4128 

Combination plumb and level. - Combination 

trap and cage. - Plastic tooth pick. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 23, 1945; I 36036-36038. 

General cable corp. 4129 

Faulty machines make waste. Stop! It's just 
got to be right, 4. © May 1, 1945; K 58015. 

Graham (Nan Wood) 4130-4139 

Wood (Grant): 

Adolescence. - Appraisal. - Arbor day. - 
Arnold comes of age. - Daughters of Revolution. - 
Death on the ridgeroad. - Dinner for threshers. - 
Shaffer (Susan Angevine) - Stone city:- Victorian 
survival. © Feb. 5, 1945; H 2888-2897. 

Greenlee (Lyman E.) 4140-4142 

Bridge circuits for metal locaters. - Precision 
record cutting mechanism. - Soldering jig for radio. 
© 1 c. each Apr. 22, 1945; I 36039, 36041, 36042. 

Hearst consolidated publications, inc. 4143-4149 
Couple of new ancestors. © May 3, 1945; K 

58012. 

His jury. © May 11, 1945; K 58037. 

My son, my son. © Apr. 13, 1945; K 58021. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



No time for bows, Joe. © May 10, 1945; K 58038. 
Only solution. © May 1, 1945; K 58013. 
Successful. © May 9, 1945; K 58029. 
When will she get a break, Comrade Tovarich. 
© May 4, 1945; K 58020. 

Hermitage art co., inc. 4150 

For God commanded, saying, honor thy father 

and thy mother, 1224. © Apr. 1, 1945; K 58031. 

Institute for American democracy. Inc. 4151 

With liberty and justice for all, Protestants, 
Catholics, Jews, in every generation, now and for- 
ever! © Apr. 12, 1945; K 58014. 

James (Kenneth H.) & Greenlee (Lyman E.) 

4152, 4153 
Coat hanger conveyor system. - Magnetic eye 
tack finder. © 1 c. each Apr. 22, 1945; I 36040, 
36045. 

Kenney (William Henry) 4154 

Kenney forms. © 1 c. July 15, 1944; I 36035. 



Krohn (Robert Dean) 

Kltchen-kalculator. 
I 36033. 



© 



4155 
1 c. Apr. 18, 1945; 



Llpscombe (Reuben Thomas) ^. 4156 

Llpscombe's airfield. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1945; 
I 36034. 



McNamara (Leo F.) 
Jesus of Nazareth. 



4157 
Mar. 17, 1944; K 58030. 



Mars model Industries. 4158 

Model landing craft. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1945; 
I 36027. 

Mellotype. 4159-4162 

[Girl In front of church] 15131 - [Girl cm bus 
stop] 15132. - [Lady in snow] 15133. - [Page] 15136. 
© Apr. 14, 1945; K 58024-58027. 

Music-art co. 4163, 4164 

Elsenhower (Gen. Dwlght D.); by Percy Leason. 
- MacArthur (Gen. Douglas A.); by Makoto. © May 
1, 1945; H2906, 2907. 



pt. IV. n. s.. v. 40 



Myers (Clarence Alton) 4165 

Marcrogol. Game. © Feb. 5, 1945; I 36028. 

Nelsrai (Charles Phlllup) 4166, 4167 

Fits all jar cover remover. - Handy kitchen 
vegetable slicer. © 1 c. each Apr. 16, 1945: 
I 36029, 36030. 

Outdoor advertising assn. (rf, America Inc. 4168 
Design no. 3 for 6-sheet poster panel. © 1 c. 
Apr. 16, 1945; I 36026. 



St. Anthony's guild. 

Divine Child. © May 4, 1945; K 58018. 



4169 



Shoumatoff (Elizabeth) 4170, 4171 

Roosevelt (Franklin D.) © May 10, 1945; H 2908. 
Roosevelt (Franklin D.) © May 21, 1945; K 

58136. 



Spranger (John Anthony) 

Moe. © Mar. 14, 1945; K 58023. 



4172 



Studio angellco. 4173 

He that Is mighty has done great things to me 
and holy is His name. © Apr. 21, 1945; H 2887. 

Taber (Reginald G.) - 4174 

Watch holder. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1945; I 36032. 

Teich (Curt) & co., inc. 4175-4179 

Ideal beach resort, Shafer Lake, Indiana, 
D-7617, D-7618. © May 2, 1945; K 58032, 58033. 
Rldgecrest, N. C: 

Lake at boys camp, showing Spillman lodge 
In background, Rldgecrest Baptist assembly, 
5B-H156. - Prltchell hall at night, Rldgecrest 
Baptist assembly, 5B-H158. - Rldgecrest Baptist 
church, 5B-H155. © May 4, 1945; K 58034-58036. 



Waddle (Inez Crotto) 

Arkansas pack- sack. 
I 36169. 



© 



4180 
1 c. May 22, 1945; 



Webb (H. Pascal) 4181 

Mission Santa Clara. © Oct. 17, 1944; K 58006. 

World travel service. 4182 

World travel service. © Mar. 1, 1945; K 58017. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Reproductions of works of art (including 27 one-copy entries) 112 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (Including 248 one-copy 

entries) 425 

Photographs (including 83 one-copy entries) 294 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (Including 151 contributions to periodicals and other 

one-copy entries) 1,195 

Total ^ 2,026 



PRINTS AND DRAWINGS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

14192 



American bank note co. 1-7 

C-444 special - Dr. Campos Salles, Republlca 
dos estados do Brazil. R 137678, Feb. 24, 1945. 

C-445 special - Dr. P. Moraes, Republlca dos 
estados unldos do Brazil. R 137681, Feb. 24, 1945. 

C-446 special - Dr. A. Penna, Republlca dos 
estados unldos do Brazil. R 137683, Feb. 24, 1945. 

C-1265. R 137684, Feb. 24, 1945. 

C-1549 special - Bahla da Guandara, Republlca 
dos estados unldos do Brazil. R 137680, Feb. 24, 
1945. 

C-1550 special - Arms of Russia. R 137679, 
Feb. 24, 1945. 



C-1551 special - Monroe palace, Republlca dos 
estados unldos do Brazil. R 137682, Feb. 24, 1945. 
© American bank note co., New York. 



Taylor Instrument cos. 8-18 

Tycos recording thermometer chart, nos. 116a, 

154-156, 212, 2203. R 138017-138022, Apr. 6. 

1945. 

Tycos recording thermometer chart, nos. 141, 

153, 607, 719, 2302. R 137334-137338, Feb. 24, 

1945. 

© Taylor Instrument cos. , Rochester, N. Y. 



656392 0-45-2 



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Abbott laboratories, North Chicago, III. 

4183, 4184 

For pharmaceuticals: „„„„„ 

Get fighting mad! © Dec. 4, 1944; KK 30633. 
We've just begun to fight! © Feb. 14, 1945; 
KK 30634. 

Acif orm corp. , Chicago. 4185, 4186 

For units for use in physiotherapeutic treat- 
ments : 

Gyro-lator. A major advance in a new 
physiotherapy modality. A study of gyroscopic 
motion. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30546. 

Gyro-lator. A major advance in a new 
physiotherapy modality. Directions for use. © 
Feb. 7, 1945; KK 30545. 

Advermat publications. See Dishart (Harry 
Samuel), d. b. a. Advermat publications. 

Aircraft- marine products, inc., Harrisburg, Pa. 

4187, 41 oo 

A-MP electrical repair kit. For tools and 
terminals. © Dec. 4, 1945; KK 30610. 

Disconnects plug and receptacle, S10051 E. 
For electrical wiring devices. © Feb. 2, 1945; KK 
30617. 



Aluminum cooking utensil co 



New Kensington, Pa. 

4189, 4190 

aluminum utensils. © 



I'm a smoothie. For 
Apr. 3, 1945; KK 31497. 

Yes I want one. For aluminum pressure cook- 
er. © Apr. 10. 1945; KK 31498. 

American crayon co., Sandusky, O. 4191 

New art education. For set of nine books com- 
prising an art course. © Jan. 15, 1945; KK 30795. 

American engineering co., Philadelphia. 4192-4195 

For Hele-Shaw fluid power pump: 

Every shove boosts production, lowers main- 
tenance. © Mar. 25, 1945; KK 31496. 

How to stop a bull's rush with a baby s kiss. 
© Feb. 25, 1945; KK 31494. 

One man gang that outpulls a gang of naen. For 
lo-hed hoist, lo-hed car puller. © Feb. 15, 1945; 
KK 30706. 

Why a lo-hed hoist is like a certam veteran em- 
ployee you know. For lo-hed electric hoist. © 
Mar. 15, 1945; KK 31495. 

American locomotive co. & General electric co 
Schenectady, N. Y. 4196, 4197 

For transportation equipment: ^ „ ^ „. 

Beating time and storm, 113-119. © Feb. 24, 
1945; KK 30653. 

Mercy trains 11, 113-118. © Feb. 10, 1945; 
KK 30561. 

Arkansas historical institute. Little Rock, Ark. 

4198 
Fighting men of Arkansas. For biographical 
history. © Apr. 3, 1944; KK 30514. 



Armour & co., Chicago. 4199 

Treet is the meat. For meat. © Mar. 28, 1945; 
KK 31891. 

Associated advertisers , New York. 4200 

Style trends. For mats. © Jan. 15, 1945; KK 
30644. 



Babee-tenda corp., Cleveland. 

Baby's safety depends upon yoCl. For 
furniture. © Dec. 10, 1944; KK 30707. 



4201 
infant's 



Bacharach industrial instrument co., 



For 



4203 
corn 



Pittsburgh. 
4202 

Model YRF engine pressure indicator. For in- 
dicator for testing Diesel engine cylinder pressure. 
© Mar. 5, 1945; KK 30551. 

Bauer & Black co. , Chicago. 

Corn sufferers! Here's good news, 
pads. © Feb." 21, 1945; KK 30774. 

Belfort Qoseph H.) Chicago. 4204 

Make flexible molds without using rubber. For 
course of instructions. © Mar. 12, 1945; KK 
30772. 

Bell aircraft Corp., Buffalo. ^ 4205 

Test pilot's passenger. For aircraft. © Apr. u, 
1945; KK 35130. 

Bendix aviation corp.. North Hollywood Calif., 
Teterboro, N. J. 4206-421^ 

For electric positioning actuators: 

New Geneva-loc actuator. © Jan. 10, 1945; 

KK 32256. ,. 

Pacific division, Bendix aviation corporation 
announces the new Geneva-loc actuator. © Oct. 5, 
1944; KK 32255. 

For hydraulic equipment: 

Air. © Jan. 5, 1945; KK 30632. 

Altair electro-hydraulic power unit. © Dec. 

^^' ^^Shutrff vilve.' © Oct. 25, 1944; KK 30631. 

Here's 31 pounds of long range radio Perform- 
ance. For radio equipment. © Mar. 5, 1945; KK 

Installation instructions. Dual fuel flow auto- 
syn indicators. For aircraft instruments. © Mar. 
8, 1945; KK 30775. 

Best & CO. , inc. , New York. 4213-4228 

Black is tops! Say young ^fmopolitans For 

junior miss dresses. © Feb. 28, 1945; KK 30537. 
Boxlav by the makers of kislav famous gloves. 

For misses gloves. © Feb. 27, 1945; KK 30534. 
Boxy and young this new tweed topcoat. Suits 

rate first with young cosmopolitans. For junior 

misses suits, girls coat. © Mar. 2, 1945; KK 

30544. 

Deluge of dickies in wonderful white. For misses 
dickies. © Feb. 27, 1945; KK 30533. 



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From Best's famous Liliputlan bazaar. First 
outings are festive occasions. The carriage is 
dressed in story boolc splendor. For rayon crepe 
embroidered carriage cover, ® Feb. 27, 1945: KK 
30535. 

Gay young prints that flatter the mother-to-be. 
For misses maternity dresses. © Feb. 28, 1945; 
KK 30539. 

Little sister, big sister are adorable in everfast 
spun rayon. For girls dresses. © Mar. 2, 1945; 
KK 30540. 

New for spring, printed town suit. For round 

the clock, the soft, short coat. For misses suit 

dress and misses coat. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 30541. 

New spring harmony, gay print on black. For 

misses dress. © Feb. 28. 1945; KK 30536. 

Prints of spring for young mothers-to-be. De- 
lightful dickies to perk up spring suits. For mater- 
nity dresses and misses dickies. © Mar. 19, 1945; 
KK 31478. 

Right Into spring with a good gray flannel. For 
boys suits. © Mar. 2, 1945; KK 30543. 

Shirtmaker hit in a refreshing spring print. 
Arnold authentics renowned for quality and comfort. 
For misses dress and shoes. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 
30542. 

Spring-fresh suit mates wonderfully becoming 
blouses. For misses blouses. © Feb. 25, 1945; 
KK 30531. 

These overalls and shorts are built for play. 
Decked with daisies crowning touch to your new 
spring costumes. For little boys overalls and 
shorts and misses hats. © Feb. 28, 194^ KK 30538. 
World of comfort in Menihan shoes. For misses 
shoes. © Feb. 26, 1945; KK 30532. 

Young cosmopolitans like candy cane charm. 
For junior miss dress. © Feb. 25, 1945; KK 30530. 

Bigelow-Sanford carpet co., inc., Thompsonville, 
Conn. 4229 

Here's the no-mistake method. For pile fabric 

floor covering. © Feb. 15, 1945; KK 30699. 

Binney & Smith co. , New York. 4230 

Crayola colored wax crayon. For colored wax 
crayon. © Apr. 6, 1945; KK 31899. 

Blatz bre\i^g co., Milwaukee. 4231 

Blatz beer, good taste. Throughout the nation. 
For beer. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30773. 

Borden co., New York. 4232-4237 

For cheeses: 

Are you bored, blank or baffled? © Dec. 15, 
1944; KK 30598. 

Take Hazel's husband, Jim. © Oct. 13, 1944; 
KK 30597. 

For dry skim milk: 

Newl Easy! Economical recipes. © Sept. 
25, 1944; KK 30596. 

Newl Low cost way to make meals more 
nourishing. © Aug. 24, 1944; KK 30594. 
For evaporated milk: 

Creamy, delicious recipes. © Jan. 21, 1945; 
KK 30599. 

Special offer! © Sept. 18, 1944; KK 30595. 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N. J. 4238-4241 

Botany no-dye lot yarns. For knitting yams. © 

Feb. 23, 1945; KK 30564. 

Botany wrinkle-proof ties for balance with 

whatever you wear. For neckties. © Mar. 7, 1945; 

KK 30566. 



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For fabrics: 

Botany certified fabrics for home sewing. © 
Jan. 19, 1945; KK 30563. 

Botany certified fabrics for home sewing. © 
Feb. 26, 1945; KK 30565. 

Braden (David C.) Indianapolis. 4242, 4243 

For utility board for wheel chairs and arm 
chairs: 

Something good for those who deserve the 
best. © Feb. 5, 1945; KK 30585. 

Something good for those who deserve the 
best. Installation instructions. © Feb. 5, 1945; 
KK 30586. 

Bridgeport brass co. , Bridgeport, Conn. 

4244, 4245 
For copper base alloys: 

Alloys of the ages. © Dec. 29, 1944; KK 
30776. 

Bronze champions of liberty. © Mar. 2, 
1945; KK 30777. 

Brogan (Calvin George) Baltimore. 4246 

Where to bet - free, over 100 items of interest. 
For booklet of information. © Mar. 28, 1945; KK 
31060. 

Brown & Haley, Tacoma. 4247 

Almond roca, America's finest confection. For 
candy. © Sept. 11, 1928; KK 30568. 

Calif ornia fruit growers exchange. Products dept., 
Ontario, Calif. 4248-4250 

Exchange orange oil. First in America for 

orange flavor. For oil of orange U. S. P. © Jan. 

1, 1945; KK 30549. 

First In America by more than 4 to 1. For oil 

of lemon U. S. P. © Jan. 6, 1945; KK 30550. 

Now available. For pectinum N. F. VII. © 

Jan. 20, 1945; KK 30697. 

Casey (Charles J.) inc., Mason City, la. 4251 

Joe Daniels auto supply co. recapping. For 
repair material and auto supplies. © Feb. 28, 
1945; KK 31071. 

Casite Corp., Hastings, Mich. - 4252 

Fast starting, smooth -running horsepower for 
your car. For sludge solvent. © Mar. 1, 1945; 
KK 30589. 

Celanese corp. of America, New York. 4253, 4254 
Ideas begin to flow when the subject is S3m- 
thetlcs. For Celanese* textiles, plastics, chemi- 
cals. © Apr. 2, 1945; KK 31502. 

Synthetics will reduce the high cost of spoilage 
in tomorrow's foods. For plastics. © Mar. 4, 
1945; KK 30567. 

Champion products co.. New York. 4255, 4256 

Handee dandy bubble pipes. For bubble pipes. 

© Feb. 12, 1945; KK 30572. 

Handee flints and wicks. For flints and wicks. 

© Feb. 12, 1945; KK 30571. 

Chap stick co. , Lynchburg, Va. 4257 

No more pucker lips. For medicated Up stick. 
© Feb. 19, 1945; KK 30611. 

Chicago coal merchants assn., Chicago. 4258 

Coal fights on all fronts. For coal. © Feb. 26, 
1945; KK 30793. 



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Cincinnati grinders, inc., Cincinnati. 4259 

Microscope aligning instrument. Specifications. 
For microscope aligning instrument. © Apr. 25, 
1945; KK 32257. 

Clairol, inc., Stamford, Conn. 4260, 4261 

For shampoo tint: 

Hard to believe? © May 1, 1945; KK 32106. 

One day difference. © Feb. 15, 1945; KK 
30628. 

Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 4262-4277 

For soft drink: 

Acompaf[enQ8...Have a coke. (Join us) Puerto 
Rico no. 2. © Feb. 21, 1945; KK 31052. 

Desfrute a pausa que refresca. Girl with 
tennis racquet. © Feb. 15, 1945; KK 31065. 

Disfrute de la pausa que refresca. Girl with 
tennis racquet. © Feb. 25, 1945; KK 31067. 

Family welcomes you.. .Have a Coca-cola. 
War bride. © Feb. 23. 1945; KK 31066. 

Have a Coca-cola - iEso esl (That's the 
ticket) Costa Rica. © Dec. 20, 1944; KK 31047. 

Hospitality in the home builds profits in the 
grocery store. Sailor and French sailor in home. 
© Jan. 30, 1945; KK 31064. 

It's a slick trick... Have a coke. Skating 
party. © Feb. 22, 1945; KK 31053. 

Let's all refresh... Have a Coca-cola. Bus 
stop. © Feb. 27, 1945; KK 31054. 

Let's all refresh... Have a Coca-cola. Bus 
stop. © Feb. 28, 1945; KK 31055. 

Lucky you... Have a Coca-cola. Bridalshower. 
© Mar. 1, 1945; KK 31056. 

La moda americana...Have a coke. (The 
American way) Italy. © Mar. 8, 1945; KK 31069. 

No place like home.. .Have a Coca-cola. 
Piano party. © Feb. 15, 1945; KK 31051. 

{ Que gran vida, amigos!...Have a coke. 
(What a life, pals) Panama no. 3. © Jan. 10, 1945; 
KK 31050. 

So glad you're back.. .Have a Coca-cola. 
Sergeant at globe. © Jan. 3, 1945; KK 31049. 

They go together. Boy and girl on couch. © 
Mar. 1, 1945; KK 30704. 

You hold a winning hand in your customers' 
card games. Bridge game. © Feb. 28, 1945; KK 
31068. 

Cointreau, ltd., Pennington, N. J. 42Y8 

Open the door to hospitality with Cointreau. For 
Cointreau, the after-dinner liqueur. © Apr. 1, 
1945; KK 31499. 

Cole of California, inc., Los Angeles. 4279 

Maybe she's not so dumb, LA 13. For swim 
suits. © Feb. 7, 1945; KK 30622. 

Corn products refining co. , New York. 4280 

When you think of Aladdin... you think of his 
lamp. For food-energy sugar. © Feb. 23, 1945; 
KK 30559. 

Com products sales co.. New York. 4281, 4282 

Comin' to my sundae social? For syrup. © 

Feb. 20, 1945; KK 30558. 

Let curtains hang I For laundry starch. © Feb. 

18, 1945; KK 30557. 

Crown fabrics CO., New York. 4283 

Your guarantee of unconditional washability. 
For fabrics. © Jan. 2, 1945; KK 30488. 



Davison chemical corp., Baltimore. 4284, 42% 

For protek-sorb silica gel, protek-seal asphalt, 
protek-coat asphalt, crate-top coating: 
Davison offers 4 products for protection 

against moisture damage. © Jan. 28, 1945; KK 

30494. 

Davison offers 4 products for protection 

against moisture damage. Rust, corrosion, mildew, 

mold. © Jan. 28, 1945; KK 30495. 

Defoe shipbuilding co., Bay City, Mich. 4286 

Blueprint of happiness. For prefabricated 
homes. © Apr. 4, 1945; KK 31482. 

Delaware punch co. of America, San Antonio. 

4287 
America's soft, soft drink. For soft drink - 
Delaware punch. © Mar. 6, 1945; KK 31072. 

Detroit industrial products co., Detroit. 4288 

Garage-man shop light. For portable shop light 
for automotive service stations. © Jan. 2, 1945; 
KK 30626. 

Diamond tool co. , Chicago. 4289 

DTCo. industrial diamond tools. For tools. © 
Jan. 15, 1945; KK 30581. 

Dick (A. B.) CO., Chicago. 4290-4295 

For stencil duplicators and supplies: 

Call on us for help. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 
31076. 

Down-io-earth help. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 
31075. 

Easy to use. © Dec. 25, 1944;KK 30695. 

If you're new at the job. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 
31077. 

Individual copies of all class projects. © 
Feb. 15, 1945; KK 31074. 

So simple, anyone can use it. © Mar. 15, 
1945; KK 31078. 

Dickson (G. P.) Houston. 4296 

Hand moulding. For hand and nail medicated 
cream. © Jan. 30, 1945; KK 30496. 

Dishart (Harry Samuel), d. b. a. Aavermat publi- 
cations, Brooklyn. 4297-4299 
Babyland news, Childrens world. For magazine 
and directory. © Feb. 24, 1945; KK 30686. 

News review, Broadway, New York life maga- 
zine. For news magazine and directory. © Feb. 
24, 1945; KK 30685. 

Nuliie vacation news & traveling magazine 
[and directory] For traveling magazine and di- 
rectory. © Feb. 24, 1945; KK 30684. 

Donnelley (R. R.) & sons co., Chicago. 4300 

O. I. C. cast steel valves, 22A-22B. For cast 
steel valves. © Feb. 5, 1945; KK 30577. 



DuMont (Allen B.) laboratories, inc., Passaic, N. J. 

4301-4304 

Cathode-ray tube data. For cathode-ray tube. 
© Apr. 1, 1945; KK 31539. 

Have you co-ax problems? For type 248 Du- 
Mont oscillograph. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 31538. 

Quality control, before or after, which? For 
cycK^raph. © Feb. 5, 1945; KK 30612. 

When a laboratory instrument goes to war. For 
oscillograph. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 30613. 



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Durham mfg. Corp., Muncle, Ind. 4305, 4306 

For metal furniture: 

First with the most. €> Jan. 25, 1945; KK 
90512. 

For the time when they'll be more than Just 
looking. © Feb. 22, 1945; KK 30513. 

Electric boat co., New York. 4307 

Heirs to the fame of John Paul Jones. For PT 
boats, cruisers. © Mar. 20, 1945; KK 31479. 

Eversharp, inc., Chicago. 4308 

Get ready for the $64 question. For fountain 
pen and pencil. © Feb. 23, 1945; KK 30489. 

Fairbanks, Morse & co., Chicago. 4309, 4310 

For pumps: 

Fairbanks-Morse figure 6920 oil lubricated 
turbine pumps with enclosed impellers. © Apr. 
30, 1945; KK 32108. 

Fairbanks-Morse Niagara propeller pumps, 
figure 6310. © May 3, 1945; KK 32109. 



Finch (Joseph S.) & co., New York. 4311 

Choice of a lifetime. For liquor. © Jan. 25, 
1945; KK 30670. 

First industrial corp. tfficro switch diy., Freeport, 
111. 4312-4314 

For precision switches: 

Putting woman's work on an eight hour day. 

© Se^. 30, 1944; KK 31487. 

Twelve accurate operations of this molding 

press. © Dec. 23, 1944; KK 31488. 

Utilities find Mcro switch gives millions. For 

precision electric switches. © Sept. 16, 1944; KK 

31486. 

Foley advertising agency, Cleveland. 4315 

Informatim and layout for producing scientific 
pressure cast pattern equipment. For castings. © 
Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30700. 

France (Kenneth C.) & Rose (Bffarguerita) Indian - 

apoUs. 4316 

Magic tenderizing unit. For tenderizing unit. 

© Dec. 16, 1944; KK 30576. 



Franklin transformer mfg. co., AOnneapolis. 4317 
Speedway, the new fast charger. For battery 
charging and testing machine. © Feb. 23, 1945; KK 
30521. 

Frederics (E.) inc.. Long Island City, L. I., N. Y. 

4318-4320 
For permanent wave supplies: 

Barbara BriUon. © Apr. 5, 1945; KK 32113. 
Franchise salon, 1945. © Apr. 5, 1945; KK 
32112. 

Virginia Mayo. © Apr. 5, 1945; KK 32114. 

Fritsch (Lewis Albert) CincinnaU. 4321 

Vel-vedge. For hernia truss pad. © Nov. 3, 
1944; KK 30650. 

Fritzsche brothers, inc.. New York. 4322 

Fables and facts about foods and flavors. For 
spice oil compounds and flavors. © Feb. 5, 1945; 
KK 30562. 



Gantner & Mattern co., San Francisco. 4323 

Gantner wikies and floating bra swim suits for 
water lovers. For swim suits. © Dec. 29, 1944; 
KK 31535. 

General consiuner products, inc., Chicago. 4324 
You can't beat magic -flo for sales-building. For 
glass brewer and glass percolator. © Apr. 13, 
1945; KK 31492. 

General electric co., Schenectady, N. Y. 4325 

Load. For electrical equipment. © Jan. 30, 
1945; KK 30652. 



General electric co. 
tive CO. 



See also American locomo- 



General foods corp., New York. 4326 

Our pin-up picture is a super tomatol For cat- 
sup. © Mar. 2, 1945; KK 30583. 

General Instrument corp., Elizabeth, N. J. 4327 
Post war reconver^on. For electronic and 
radio components. © Jan. 24, 1945; KK 30582. 

Glidden co., Cleveland. 4328 

How can I be sure of beautiful walls? For wall 
paint. © Mar. 25, 1945; KK 31058. 



Grant bros., San Francisco. 

Matchmates. For diamond rings. 
1945; KK 30698. 



4329 
Mar. 4, 



4330-4333 



Gray (Dorothy) ltd.. New York. 
For cosmetics: 

Deodorant cream is a personal affair. © 
Apr. 21, 1945; KK 32096. 

You're so pretty and as full of tender sparkle. 
© Apr. 14, 1945; KK 31531. 

You're so pretty when you keep your skin 
flawlessly clean. © Feb. 24, 1945; KK 30486. 

You're so pretty — when you wash your 
winter-weary face. © Mar. 3, 1945; KK 30553. 



Great Atlantic & Pacific tea co.. New York. 

4334-4341 
For coffee: 

Discover coffee that's 5 ways better. © Jan. 
10, 1945; KK 30526. 

Discover coffee that's 5 ways better. © 
Feb. 2, 1945; KK 30528. 
For groceries: 

Imagine! This hearty lenten hit. © Jan. 10, 
1945; KK 30522. 

It pays to choose Ann Page foods 1 © Jan. 26, 
1945; KK 30527. 

Man overboard for Jane Parker donuts. For 
donuts. © Jan. 10, 1945; KK 30525. 

No wonder women agree, it's time to turn to A 
& P. For meat and groceries. © Jan. 31, 1945; KK 
30529. 

When only fine tea will do. For teas. © Jan. 10, 
1945; KK 30523. 

Yes, simshine supplies vitamin D but you can't 
rely on February sunshine 1 For evaporated milk. 
© Jan. 10, 1945; KK 30524. 

Gruen watch co.. New York. 4342 

Winning the war is all that matters. For watches. 
© Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30671. 



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Hanley ^ames) co., Providence. 4343 

They ve made a path to our door. For ale. © 
Feb. 23, 1945; KK 30556. 

Harrls-Seybold-Potter CO., Cleveland. 4344 

Harris impressions, v. 5, no. 2, Feb., 1945. For 

lithographic supplies. © Sept. 7, 1944; KK 31892. 

Heirloom needlework guild, inc.. New York. 

4345 
Two ply super yarn. For knitting wool. © Mar. 
22, 1945; KK 31059. 

Herbert mfg. co., New York. 4346 

Mark of a fine fabric, Herbert. For fabrics and 
linings. © Jan. 4, 1945; KK 31897. . 

Homstein photo sales, Chicago. 4347 

Hobbycraft. For model planes, hobby items. © 
Jan. 18, 1945; KK 30646. 

Illinois state hatcheries, Springfield, 111. 4348 

Dope sheet, 3, Feb., 1945. For chickens and 
hatching eggs. © Feb. 13, 1945; KK 30649. 

Indiana steel products co., Chicago. 4349, 4350 

For permanent magnets: 

Basic types of air gaps. © Feb. 6, 1945; KK 
30787. 

Magnetic material improvements. © Mar. 9, 
1945; KK 30788. 

Inland rubber corp., Chicago. 4351 

Recap the Inland way. For tires and tire repair 
materials. © Feb. 8, 1945; KK 30584. 

International boiler works co.. East Stroudsburg, 
Pa. 4352 

International- LaMont steam generators, type 

LFS. For LFS boilers. © Dec. 29, 1944; KK 30570. 

International silver co., Meriden, Conn. 4353 

Love note to a new father. For sterling silver- 
ware. © Jan. 12, 1945; KK 30500.. 

Italian Swiss colony, San Francisco. 4354, 4355 
For wines: 

They looked like brown sticks. © Apr. 6, 
1945; KK 32110. 

They looked like brown sticks. © Apr. 21, 
1945; KK 32111. 

Johnson (S. C.) & son, inc., Racine, Wis. 

4356, 4357 
For wax: 

How to glorify a floor in a flash 1 © Apr. 1, 
1945; KK 32103. 

You can see with the naked eye. © Mar. 28, 
1945; KK 32102. 

Johnson (Walter H.) candy co., Chicago. 4358-4360 
For candy bar: 

Don't git up in the air, ma'am. © Feb. 13, 
1945; KK 30642. 

Don't git upset, ma'am. © Mar. 12, 1945; KK 
31063. 

Keep cool, ma'am, I, Roger Wilco will save 
youl © Feb. 26, 1945; KK 30548. 

Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, N. J. 4361 

No fumbling with nu-wrapl For gauze bandage 
rolls. © Feb. 20, 1945; KK 30555. 



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Kaylon, inc.. New York. 4362 

There's more to this than meets the eye. For 
pajamas. © Feb. 15, 1945; KK 30511. 

Keuffel & Esser co., Hoboken, N. J. 4363, 4364 

For symbol template: 

Leroy map symbol template. © Jan. 29, 
1945; KK 30623. 

Leroy welding symbol template. © Feb. 20, 
1945; KK 30624. 

Lamson Corp., Syracuse. 4365 

Lamson tube tips. For charge and cash carrier 
tubes. © Mar. 2, 1945; KK 31490. 

Legion ice cream CO. , Chicago. 4366 

Legion ice cream league membership card. For 
ice cream. © Apr. 16, 1945; KK 32104. 

Lehn & Fink products corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

4367-4369 
For cosmetics: 

Is it etiquet to kiss in public? © Apr. 17, 
1945; KK 31532. 

It takes a soft hand to steal a heart. © Mar. 
6, 1945; KK 30554. 

Why learn the hard way. For disinfectant. 
© Mar. 5, 1945; KK 30696. 

Liebmann breweries, inc., Brooklyn. 4370-4377 
For alcoholic beverage: 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beerl Says 
Ilka Chase. © Jan. 29, 1945; KK 30504. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer! Says 
Jane House, Miss Rheingold, 1944. © Nov. 12, 
1944; KK 30679. 

My beer is Rheingold, .the dry beerl Says 
Miss Rheingold, 1944. © Dec. 4, 1944; KK 30681. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beerl Says 
Pat Boyd, Miss Rheingold, 1945. © Jan. 13, 1945; 
KK 30502. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beerl Says 
Pat Boyd, Miss Rheingold, 1945. ©Jan. 17, 1945; 
KK 30503. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beerl Says 
Vaughn Monroe. © Jan. 2, 1945; KK 30501. 

Season's greetings. © Dec. 1, 1944; KK 
30680. 

She's electedl © Dec. 30, 1944; KK 30682. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co., New York. 



4378-4380 
Mar. 6, 1945; KK 



For cigarettes: 

Good taste in the bag 
30630. 

Tentacle Swan. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 30629. 

Tiptop Shine says: With us, it's Chester- 
field. © Feb. 22, 1945; KK 30491. 

Lowe Ooe) corp.. New York. 4381, 4382 

For frozen confections: 

For energy - frozen fudge on a stick - 
fudgicle. © Mar. 15, 1945; KK 31079. 

I've got mine! Popsicle - frozen on-a-stick. 
© Mar. 15, 1945; KK 31080. 



McAtee (C. L.) Tacoma. 4383 

All purpose safety grip jar lifter. For jar 
lifter. © Feb. 15, 1945; KK 31485. 



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McGraw electric co. Toastmaster products div., 
Elgin, 111. 4384-4391 

For electric automatic toasters: 

As sure as ChristmasI © Nov. 29, 1944; KK 
30656. 

New Year's resolution. © Jan. 5, 1945; KK ' 
30661. 

One of these days. © Jan.l, 1945; KK 30659. 

Reforming the twins I © Dec. 1, 1944; KK 
30658. 

Talk about your backlogs 1 © Dec. 1, 1944; 
KK 30657. 

Twins are sta]dng for breakfast. © Jan. 2, 
1945; KK 30660. 

Watched pot never boils. © Feb. 5, 1945; 
KK 30662. 

Who wants toast? © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 
30510. 

Macmillan petroleum Corp., Los Angeles. 

4392, 4393 
For motor oil: 

Never had the pan or heads removed in 
92,697 miles. © Feb. 22, 1945; KK 31542. 

Ring-free oil put my station on the map. © 
Feb. 20, 1945; KK 31541. 



Majestic radio & television Corp., Chicago. 

4394-4404 
For radios and radio equipment: 

Majestic radio news. © Nov. 22, 1944; KK 
32263. 

Majestic radio news, no. 15. © Sept. 7 
1944; KK 32258. 

Majestic radio news, no. 16. © Sept. 22 
1944; KK 32259. 

Majestic radio news, no. 17. © Oct. 6, ,1944 
KK 32260. 

Majestic radio news, no. 18. © Oct. 19 
1944; KK 32261. 

Majestic radio news, no. 19. © Nov. 6, 1944 
KK 32262. 

Majestic radio news, no. 22. © Dec. 20 
1944; KK 32264. 

Majestic radio news, no; 23. © Jan. 6, 1945 
KK 32265. 

Majestic radio news, no. 24. © Jan. 19 
1945; KK 32266. 

Majestic radio news, no. 25. © Feb. 2, 1945 
KK 32267. 

Majestic radio news, no. 26. © Feb. 20, 
1945; KK 32268. 

Mary Muffet, inc., St. Louis. 4405, 4406 

For ladies dresses: 

nd Mary Muffet goes round and. © Nov. 29, 
1943; KK 31501. 

Time out with Mary Muffet. © Sept. 29, 1943; 
KK 31500. 

Merit clothing co., inc., Mayfield, Ky. 4407 

Neck zone exclusive feature of style -mart 
clothes. For men's clothing. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 
30654. 

Merriam (G. & C.) co., Springfield, Mass. 4408 
Circle and monogram. May, 1945. For diction- 
aries. © May 9, 1945; KK 32105. 

Micro switch Corp., Freeport, 111. 4409 

Four good reasons for standardizing on these. 
For precision electric switches. © Oct. 1, 1942; 
KK 31484. 



Micro .<iwitch div. First industrial corp. See 
First industrial corp. Micro switch div. 

Mojud hosiery co., inc.. Long Island City, N. Y. 

4410 
Mojud, that's all you need know about stockings. 
For ladies hosiery. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 31491. 

Moog industries, inc., St. Louis. 4411 

Now full power for worn motors. For piston 
rings. © Feb. 27, 1945; KK 30627. 

Motor wheel Corp., Lansing, Mich. 4412, 4413 

For duo-therm heaters: 

Together for good. © Jan. 18, 1945; KK 
30499. 

24,000,000 prospects for this major ap- 
pUancel © Jan. 4, 1945; KK 30498. 

Mutual products co., Minneapolis. 4414, 4415 

For compoimd for calves, pigs and poultry: 

Cows milk for baby children - Mutual dairyade 
for baby calves. © Jan. 22, 1945; KK 31062. 

Dawn of a new day. © Feb. 26, 1945; KK 
31061. 

National cylinder gas co., Chicago. 4416, 4417 

Hollup utility A. C. arc welders. For arc 

welders. © Feb. 28, 1945; KK 30703. 

New National six cut-o-matic motor -driven 

portable flame -cutting machine. For cutting 

machine. © Feb. 16, 1945; KK 30702. 

New York air brake co.. New York. 4418, 4419 

For hydraulic controls: 

Molding the plastic age with finger-tip 
control. © Feb. 28, 1945; KK 30790. 

Snug harbors made deeper by finger-tip 
control, © Feb. 12, 1945; KK 30789. 

Northern paper mills. Green Bay, Wis. 

4420-4424 
Couldn't do without. For handy towels. © Apr. 
15, 1945; KK 31894. 
For gauze: 

So soft. © Mar. 27, 1945; KK 31896. 
So soft. © Apr. 15, 1945; KK 32098. 
For tissue: 

Mighty soft. © Apr. 15, 1945; KK 32097. 
Mighty soft. © May 20, 1945; KK 31895. 

Northwestern yeast co., Chicago. 4425 

How to hold dry yeast profits. For yeast. © 
Feb. 5, 1945; KK 30640, 

Nutrition research laboratories, Chicago. 4426 

Measuring results in arthritis therapy. For 
medicinal compound. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30574. 

Pabst brewing co., Milwaukee. 4427-4430 

For beer: 

Flavor -secret of a great beer. © Dec. 20, 
1944; KK 30590. 

Play on a one-string harp? © Feb. 2, 1945; 
KK 30592. 

Purpose of the B. V. L. © Jan. 10, 1945; KK 
30591. 

Write on a typewriter with one key? © Feb. 
28, 1945; KK 30593. 

Parrish (Amos) & co., inc.. New York. 4431 

Clinic follow-thru news, Feb. 16, 1945. For 
fur scarf. © Feb. 16, 1945; KK 30552. 



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Perkins-Eaton machinery co., Boston. 4432 

Conditional sale contract between Perkins-Eaton 

machinery co., Boston, Mass. and . For 

machinery and equipment. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 
31902. 

Petri wine co., San Francisco. 4433-4438 

For alcoholic beverage: 

Bottie, bottle, which botUe? © Oct. 20, 1944; 
KK 30676. 

How to get 'em to your counter. © Feb. 1, 
1945; KK 31893. 

It's marvelous, dear, but Where's the Petri 
wine? © Sept. 26, 1944; KK 30675. 

Petri took time to bring you good wine. © 
Dec. 29, 1944; KK 30678. 

Then bake and serve with Petri wine. © 
Sept. 20, 1944; KK 30674. 

WiU he come inside? © Dec. 1, 1944; KK 
30677. 

Pointer (Robert W.), d. b. a. Pointer -Willamette 
CO., Portland, Or. 4439 

West Pointer logging trailers. For logging 

trailers. © Feb. 14, 1945; KK 30701. 



Pointer -Willamette co. See Pointer (Robert W.), 
d. b. a. Pointe r - Willamette co. 



Printz-Biederman co., Cleveland. 4440 

Cover girl does some under-cover work. For 
women's coats. © Aug. 1, 1943; KK 30625. 



Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 4441, 4442 

For hand cream: 

Hand-beauty blessings for the chapping 
season - three at oncel © Feb. 21, 1945; KK 30508. 

New triplet arrival I © Feb. 28, 1945; KK 
30643. 

Products dept. California fruit growers exchange. 
See California fruit growers exchange. Products 
dept. 

Publicker commercial alcohol co., Philadelphia. 

4443 
Thermp royal anti -freeze. For anti -freeze for 
automobiles. © Oct. 21, 1944; KK 30614. 

Pullman -Standard car mfg. co., Chicago. 

4444, 4445 
For railroad equipment: 

Three is no crowd in the drawing room 
built by Pullman-Standard. © Feb. 23, 1945; KK 
30791. 

Tops in travel comfort for two, the new com- 
partment. © Mar. 16, 1945; KK 30792. 

Reed (E. P.) & co., Rochester, N. Y. 4446 

Secret of a real walking shoe lies inside in 
matrix. For shoes. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 31537. 

Refined syrups & sugars, inc., Yonkers, N. Y. 

4447 
Puzzle. For liquid sugar. © Mar. 2, 1945; KK 
30615. 

Ronrico Corp., San Juan, Puerto Rico. 4448 

On every count, best rum bar nonel Ronrico. 
For rum. © May 1, 1945; KK 32107. 



Rose (Marguerita) See France (Kenneth C.) 

Royal typewriter co., inc.. New York. 

4449, 4450 
> For carbon paper and ribbons: ~ 

I've given you the best overtime of my life I 
© Jan. 26, 1945; KK 30506. 

Look, sister, men do not like feminine women. 
© Jan. 5, 1945; KK 30505. 

Sage (Peggy) inc., Stamford, Conn. 4451 

Shimmer -sheen by Peggy Sage. For nail polish. 
© Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30609. 



Sandvik saw & tool Corp., New York. 4452 

Sandvik bow saws make your work easy. For 
saws for cutting pulpwood. © Feb. 15, 1945; KK 
30796. 

Schautz (William A.) inc.. New York. 4453-4456 
For bread: 

How to remove spots. © Feb. 6, 1945; KK 
30637. 

Rice's broiling time chart. © Feb. 6, 1945; 
KK 30619. 

Rice's cooking time chart. © Feb. 6, 1945; 
KK 30620. 

Rice's roasting time chart. © Feb. 6, 1945; 
KK 30638. 

Schlitz (Jos.) brewing co., Milwaukee. 

4457-4465 
For beer: 

Anticipation! © Jan. 25, 1945; KK 30784. 

Dad, aren't you glad we've kept our war 
bonds? © Dec. 18, 1944; KK 30781. 

Distinction plusl © Mar. 8, 1945; KK 30786. 

Every fourth bottle of Schlitz goes overseas. 
© Feb. 8, 1945; KK 30785. 

Gem of a flavor. © Jan. 5, 1945; KK 30783. 

Never a bitter note. Bluebird. © Apr. 13, 
1944; KK 30780. 

Never a bitter note, tiirl at microphone. © 
Dec. 21, 1944; KK 30782. 

Perfection in smoothness. © Nov. 20, 1943; 
KK 30779. 

Pleasant music for grocers. © Nov. 5, 1943; 
KK 30778. 

Sealed power corp., Muskegon, Mich. 4466 

There's a better way to add horsepower. For 
piston rings. © Feb. 28, 1945; KK 30588. 



Searle (G. D.) & co., Chicago. 4467 

Relief in the spasm of dysmenorrhea. For 

medicinal compound. © Feb. 26, 1945; KK 30705. 

Simmon (Kay) New York. 4468 

Note to parents on a new approach to child. For 
book of child's photographs. © Jan. 5, 1945; KK 
31483. 

Singer mfg. co., Elizabethport, N. J. 4469, 4470 
Just the right stitch, placed faster and easier. 

For Singer surgical stitching instrument A-11. © 

Mar. 1, 1945; KK 30673. 

They used to say mousey, but it's ^ slick chick 

now. For Singer sewing machines. © Dec. 26, 

1944; KK 30497. 



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4508 



Smolensky valve co., inc., Bedford, O. 4471, 4472 
For valves: 

Smolensky noiseless pivoted check valves. 
© Feb. 15, 1945; KK 30648. 

Smolensky tlireeway ang^e valves. © Feb. 
15, 1945; KK 30647. 

Sonnebom (L.) sons, inc.. New York. 4473 

Productive coloration by Sonnebom. For paint. 
© June 6, 1944; KK 30683. 

Soimd equipment corp. of California, Glendale, 
Calif. 4474 

America's only soldering iron with built-in 

thermostatic heat control. For soldering iron. © 

Jan. 1, 1945; KK 30636. 

Spanish service bureau, Los Angeles. 4475 

Let's play good neighbor. For a game for clubs 
and class rooms, to learn Spanish. © Dec. 18, 
1945; KK 30515. 

Sperti, inc., Norwood, O. 4476 

New scientific approach to beauty. For cos- 
metics. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30616. 

Standard stoker co., inc.. New York. 4477 

SometMng new in protecting grates for locomo- 
tives equipped with Standard B and MB stokers. 
For protecting grates for locomotives. © Apr. 7, 
1945; KK 31901. 

Stebnow (Basil) New York. 4478 

B. Stebnow, beauty aid. New York city, N. Y. 
For cosmetics. © Feb. 23, 1945; KK 30518. 

Stromber-Carlson co., New York. 4479 

She said, I do. For radios. © Feb. 14, 1945; 
KK.S0672. 

Studebaker corp.. South Bend, Ind. 4480 

Studebaker is mighty proud of this father -and- 
son war team. For airplane engines, military 
trucks and weasels. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 30492. 

Tasty baking co., Philadelphia. 4481 

Tastykake. Balanced diet. Poster no. 101. For 
cake. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 30713. 

Tennant (G. H.) co., Minneapolis. 4482, 4483 

For industrial floor machine: 

Tennant model K industrial floor machine. © 
Feb. 13, 1945; KK 30519. 

There is only this much. © Feb. 13, 1945; 
KK 30520. 

Timken roller bearing co.. Canton, O. 

4484, 4485 

Stock list of 52100 tubing. For seamless steel 
tubes. © Feb. 12, 1945; KK 30639. 

Universally used and endorsed by engineers 
everywhere. For roller bearings. © Mar. 19, 
1945; KK 31070. 

Toastmaster products div. McGraw electric co. 
See McGraw electric co. Toastmaster products 
div. 

Triplett electrical instrument co., Blufftdn, O. 

4486 
Precision first to last. For electrical instru- 
ments and appliances. © Jan. 31, 1945; KK 30573. 



Turco products, inc., Los Angeles. 4487 

Portrait of an airplane being bathed. For in- 
dustrial chemical compound. © Oct. 18, 1944; KK 
32252. 

Underwood Elliott Fisher co., New York. 4488 

Just what the Doctor ordered. For typewriters. 
© Feb. 8, 1945; KK 31081. 

Union fork & hoe co., Columbus, O. 4489 

Tlll-tips. For farm and garden tools. © Mar. 
1, 1945; KK 30794. 

Univls lens co., Dayton, O. 4490, 4491 

Life looks brighter through Univls 2-way lenses. 

For eyeglasses. © Feb. 19, 1945; KK 30560. 

Life looks brighter through Univls 2-way lenses. 

For ophthalmic lenses. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 31898. 

Upjohn CO., Kalamazoo, Mich. 4492 

What if you could make almost sure she'd never 
get whooping cough? For pharmaceuticals. © 
Feb. 28, 1945; KK 30547. 

Vermont marble co., Proctor, Vt. 4493 

Vermont marble veneer for modem design. 
For marble. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 30798. 

Verney fabrics Corp., New York. 4494 

Modern fabric compositions. For textile fabrics. 
© May 12, 1945; KK 32253. 

Vick chemical co.. New York. 4495 

How neutrox oxygen-releasing dentifrice helps 
you solve 4 common dental problems. For dental 
product. © Feb. 14, 1945; KK 30509. 

Weil (Hanford S.) New York. 4496-4505 

Clue to clothes. For women's and men's ap- 
parel. © Jan. 15, 1945; KK 30665. 

For children's apparel: 

ml Kids, it's Easter I © Jan. 15, 1945; KK 
30667. 

Skylarking clothes. © Jan. 15, 1945; KK 
30669. 

For women's apparel: 

Easter fashion magic. © Jan. 15, 1945; KK 
30690. 

Wake up your wardrobe. © Jan. 15, 1945; 
KK 30666. 

It's freshen-up time. For home furnishings. 
© Jan. 15, 1945; KK 30663. 

It's your movel For women's accessories. © 
Jan. 15, 1945; KK 30691. 

Need new duds? For men's apparel. © Jan. 
15, 1945; KK 30664. 

Suntime fashions. For men and women's sun 
apparel. © Jan. 15, 1945; KK 30689. 

Simtogs for little Americans. For children's 
sun apparel. © Jan. 15, 1945; KK 30668. 

Wembley, inc., New Orleans. 4506, 4507 

For neckties: 

Bar Harbor blue. © Mar. 2, 1945; KK 30655. 

Murrytown ties styled by Wembley in Amer- 
ican sporting prints. © Mar. 16, 1945; KK 31057. 

Western cartridge co. Winchester repeating arms' 
CO. div.. New Haven. 4508 

For 25 years America's finest small bore tar- 
get rifle. For ammunition. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 
31073. 



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Whitlock supply co., New York. 4509, 4510 

For locksmithing supplies: 

Keydet news. Bk. 2, v. 2. © Feb. 15, 1945; 
KK 30710. 

Keydet news. Bk. 2, v. 3. © Mar. 9, 1945; 
KK 30711. 

Wickwire Spencer steel co.. New York. 4511 

Mold and let set. For wire products. © Mar. 
8, 1945; KK 30709. 

Wimbledon shirt co., Chicago. 4512 

It's a Wimbledon, America's finest sport shirt. 

For wearing apparel. © Feb. 14, 1945; KK 30708. 

Winchester repeating arms co. div. Western cart- 
ridge CO. See Western cartridge co. Win- 
chester repeating arms co. div. 



Wolf (Peter) Philadelphia. 

Beauty profit by mail. For book. 
1945; KK 30587. 



4513 
Jan. 29, 



4514« 4515 



Wymer (O. U.) Houston. 
For hearing aids: 

Mr. Goodhearing says: You can't get an 
order. © Mar. 9, 1945; KK 30621. 

We proudly introduce the new Western elec- 
tric hearing aid. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 31540. 



Wynn '^hestien) Wilmar, Calif. 
Wynn's friction proofing, 
proofed. For oils and grease. 
KK 30618. 



4516 
Wynn's friction 
© Feb. 26, 1945; 



4517 



Zenith radio cOrp., Chicago-. 

New help for your hard of hearing patients. For 
hearing aid. © Feb. 10, 1945; KK 30641. 



Number of entries of Commercial Prints included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945- 



1,568 



96 



LABELS 



Aard co., Inglewood, Calif. 4518 

Dr. Jay's chumsy wumsy teething ring and 
rattle. For container for rattle and teething ring. 
© Dec. 15, 1944; KK 30580. 

Abrahams (Jiiles) Millbourne, Pa. 4519 

Yankee Doodler hobby kraft kit. For findings 

and other parts for assembling jewelry. © Dec. 
30, 1944; KK 30608. 

American grease stick co., Muskegon, Mich. 4520 
American dripless oil. For oil. © Feb. 9, 
1945; KK 30490. 

American soap powder works, inc., Brookljm. 4521 . 
Tish. For household general purpose cleaner 
and water softener. © Jan. 10, 1945; KK 31900. 

Herman (EdwardOi d. b. a. Food craft, Minneapolis. 

4522 
Frozen pie crust dough. For food. © Dec. 15, 
1944; KK 30692. 

Borden co.. New York. 4523 

Borden-Willow Brook grade A, vitamin D homo- 
genized milk pasteurized. For homogenized milk. 
© Mar. 6, 1945; KK 32099. 

Camow (Abraham) Chicago. 4524 

Athlezone for athletes foot. For pharmaceutical 
to aid in treatment of athletes foot. © Mar. 1, 
1945; KK 30493. 

Cut craft novelties. See Silverman (David J.) & 
Katz (Jack), d. b. a. Cut craft novelties. 

\Dr. Salsbury's laboratories, Charles City, la. 
^s^ 4525, 4526 

pr. Salsbury's louse powder. For delousing 
poultry, etc. © Oct. 15, 1937; KK 30516. 

Dr.\5alsbury's ristat. For medicine for do- 
mestic ahi^als. © Jan. 15, 1945; KK 30517. 

Emerald products co., Kansas City, Mo. 4527 

All-purpose dry cleaner. For dry cleaning 
fluid. © July 15, 1944; KK 30688. 



Federated fashions, inc.. New York. 4528 

Doll millinery workroom. For millinery 
articles. © Jan. 25, 1945; KK 30797. 



Floreal (La) parfum sales co., Holl3^ood, Calif. 

4529, 4530 
For Cologne: 

Sweet mystery. © Mar. 3, 1945; KK 30770. 
Violet time. © Mar. 3, 1945; KK 30771. 

Food craft. See Berman (Edward), d. b. a. Food 
craft. 

Gorham co.. Providence. 4531 

We're building our house on sterling. For 
sterUng silver. © Jan. 29, 1945; KK 30799. 



Haterius (Chauncey Matthew) Miami Beach, Fla. 

4532 
Moth imyune. For mothproofing solution or 
compound. © Mar. 16, 1945; KK 32101. 

Heirloom needlework guild, inc., New York. 4533 

Hiawatha rayon strawlite chain crochet. For 

crocheting material. © Apr. 10, 1945; KK 31536. 

Hess (Robert P.) Pyote, Tex. 4534 

Pa-tone -ya. For a tonic beverage. © Mar. 5, 
1945; KK 30606, 

Jackson (Alberta M.) Detroit, 4535 

Alberta's magic hair oil. For hair dressings. 
© Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30712. 

Johnson (Walter Theodore), d. b. a. Johnson nu- 
brite products co., Brookljm. 4536 

Johnson nu-brite cleanser. For felspar. © 

Apr. 17, 1945; KK 31493. 

Johnson nu-brite products co. See Johnson (Walter 
Theodore), d. b. a. Johnson nu-brite products 



Kellogg CO., Battle Creek. 4537 

Snap, Crackle and Pop build an electric ray 

plane. For cereal breaMast food. © Apr. 11, 
1945; KK 32100. 

Lampl (Walter), d. b. a. Lampl, New York. 

4538-4542 
For jewelr3r. 

Lucky gremlin by Lampl. Danger gremlin. 
© Feb. 9, 1945; KK 30603. 

Lucky gremlin by Lampl. Driller gremlin. 
© Feb. 9, 1945; KK 30602. 

Lucky gremlin by Lampl. Granddaddy grem- 
Un. © Feb. 9, 1945; KK 30605. 

Lucky gremlin by Lampl. Static gremlin. © 
Feb, 9, 1945; KK 30604. 

Lucky gremlin by Lampl. Tickler gremlin. 
© Feb. 9, 1945; KK 30601. 

Lampl. See Lampl (Walter), d. b. a. Lampl. 

Mme. Vaughn's beauty system & mfg. co., Chicago. 

4543 
Vaughn's scalp-tone. For hair oil. © Feb. 7, 
1945; KK 30837. 

Maid-easy housekeeping co., New York. 4544 

Maid-easy housekeeping. For floor shine wax. 
© Jan, 2, 1945; KK 30600. 

Mendle box wrap & label corp., St. Louis. 

4545, 4546 
For shoe boxes: 

Maurice L. Rothschild. © Jan. 5, 1945; KK 
30578. 

Maurice's smart footwear. © Jan. 11, 1945; 
KK 30579. 



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Nash & Klnsella laboratories, inc., St. Louis. 

4547 
2-way insect killer paint. For liquid, non-spray 
type insecticide. © Dec. 10, 1943; KK 31489; 

National retailer-owned grocers, inc., Chicago. 

4548 
Shxirfine. For evaporated milk. © Dec. 6, 
1944; KK 30693. 

Northern Illinois cereal co., Lockport, 111. 4549 
Gold medal quick cooking oats. For quick cook- 
ing oats. © Oct. 4, 1944; KK 30575. 

Ohio brewery, inc., Columbus, O. 4550 

Blue book extra aged beer, extra good, by 
master brewer. For malt beverages and liquor. © 
Dec. 11, 1944; KK 30635. 

Petersen (Milton) Omaha. 4551 

Peter Pan raisin bread. For raisin bread. © 
Mar. 2, 1945; KK 30769. 

Rodger s (Wayne E.), d. b. a. Wayne chemicals, 
Franklin Park, lU. 4552 

Sure fire soot and carbon destroyer. For soot 

and carbon remover. © Feb. 20, 1945; KK 30768. 

Rosenberg bros. & co., San Francisco. 4553 

Bowl o' beans. For lima beans. © Jan. 25,. 
1945; KK 30694. 

Salin (Kurt) & Israel (Bert), d. b. a. Salm & Israel, 
New York. 4554 



Metrey. For goods, materials and fabrics. © 
May 1, 1945; KK 32254. 

Salm & Israel. See Salm (Kurt) & Israel (Bert), 
d. b. a; Salm & Israel. 

Silverman (David J.) & Katz (Jack), d. b. a. Cut 
craft novelties, Chicago. 4555 

Enlarg-o-board. For drawing board. © Feb. 

16, 1945; KK 30569. 

Skiimer mfg. co., Omaha. . 4556 

Skinner's raisin-bran. For breakfast cereal. 
© Mar. 20, 1945; KK 31534. 

Stewart -Warner Corp., Chicago. 4557 

Stewart-Warner magnet tester and hairspring 
selector, 408082. For magnet testers and hair- 
springs. © June 14, 1944; KK 30687. 

Walker & sons apiaries, Milford, Nfich. 4558 

Honey •^ butter. For honey and butter. © Mar. 
20, 1945; KK 31533. 

Wayne chemicals. See Rodgers (Wayne E.), d. b. 
a. Wayne chemicals. 

Wilbur -Suchard chocolate co., inc., Lititz, Pa. 

4559 
Wilbur's premium baking unsweetened choco- 
late. For chocolate. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 30507. 

Williamson candy co., Chicago. 4560 

Oh Henry I For cancfy. © Mar. 20, 1940; KK 
30607. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945.- 



318 



98 



LABELS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE ACT OF JULY 31, 1939 

[4560 



Consolidated orange growers. 1, 2 

For oranges: 

Jim dandy. RR 135, May 12, 1945. 
Red fox. RR 134, May 19, 1945. 
© Consolidated orange growers. Orange, Calif. 



Racine tool & machine co. 3 

Racine high speed. For metal cutting machines. 
© Racine tool & machine co., Racine, Wis. RR 
136, May 30, 1945. 



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PART 4 



VORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 
DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR 
CECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND 
PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING PRINTS AND 
LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 

INCLUDING 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1945 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 40 

No. 6 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, formerly issued quarterly, but now 
issued monthly, is arranged as follows: 

I. Containing Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photographs or other identifying reproductions, 
deposited according to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and 
Models or Designs for works of art). In this class a subalphabet of titles is used when the copyright pro- 
prietor and artist are the same, this identity being indicated by the use of an asterisk (*) after the name of 
the proprietor. A subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor and artists are different. 

n. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings or plastic works of 
a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles of commercial prints and labels. 
These will be found at the end of each issue. 

A list of copyright renewals will be foimd at the end of each alphabet of proprietors. 
To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used in this part are as follows: "G," Class G, Works of art; "H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of 
art; "l," Class I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "j," Class J, Photo- 
graphs; and "K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, including prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise. "©" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by date of publication. 
"© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right Office of the photographs or other identifying reproduction. 
The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

The Act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the complete calendar year, is $2.00, payable in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express order, or 
New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3.00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pan4)hlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2.00 

Part 2, Periodicals - 2,00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions • 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers -50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 



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NOTICE 

The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1936, to December 31, 1939, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1945. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
returned. No maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record should make formal request for the 
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CLASS G 

WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR WORKS OF ART 

Note. — An asterisk {*) after the proprietor's name indicates thai the artist and copyright proprietor are 
the same. 



Adler (Roman)* 4561 

To you, Warsaw. © 1 c. May 4, 1945; G 45235. 

Bee (Sophie) 4562 

Burke (John M.): 

Victory bee. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1945; G 45249. 

Belmont (Alice De Goicouria)* 4563 

World map in a plurality of colors with an 
arrangement of flags of various nations and explan- 
atory material. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1944; G 45392. 

Brabec (James)* 4564 

Tie of the month club. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1945; G 
45176. 

Breman (Ida) 4565 

Donatelli granite co.: 

Breman cemetery memorial. © 1 c. May 4, 
1945; G 45236. 

Brockwell (John Butler)* 4566 

Cookie and Cocoa. © 1 c. May 2, 1945; G 45191. 

Copper (Ralph)* 4567 

Butch. © 1 c. May 1, 1945; G 45181. 

Daubner (Paul H.)* 4568-4570 

Annunciation. - Baptismal of Christ. - Sacred 
Heart of Jesus. © 1 c, each May 2, 1945; G 45188- 
45190. 

Dienes (Charles S.)* 4571 

Roosevelt (Franklin Delano) © 1 c. Jime 20, 
1945; G 45462. 

Eigenmann (William M.)* 4572 

Central park and lake. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; G 
45177. 

Fletcher (Clarence H.)* 4573 

Camelback Mountain brand. ® 1 c. Apr. 30, 
1945; G 45178. 

Gagenon (Huguette)* 4574 

Exemplar Virtutum. © 1 c. June 15, 1945; G 
45452. 

Garr (Oscar A.)* 4575 

God bless America. © 1 c. May 9, 1945; G 45461. 

Goldsmith (Marianne)* 4576 

Stylized zodiacal design for textile fabric. © 
' 1 c. Apr. 5, 1945; G 45179. 

' Higgins (Thomas Francis)* 4577-4584 

American crow, Corvus brachyrhynchos. - 
American robin, Planesticus migratorius. - Black- 
capped chicadee, Penthestes atrlcapillus. - Catbird, 
Dumetella carolinensis. - Duck hawks, Falco 
peregrinus. - English sparrows. Passer domes- 

I ticus. - Slate-colored junco, Junco hyemalis. - 

I White-winged scoter, Melanitta deglandi. © 1 c. 

I each May 2, 1945; G 45192-45199. 



Jambor (Louis)* 4585 

Head of Christ. © 1 c. May 9, 1945; G 45246. 

Jennewein (C. Paul)* 4586 

Wachtel (W. W.) leader of men, molder of an 
industry, servant of his nation at war. © 1 c. May 
23, 1945; G 45454. ' 

Johnson & Gustafson. 4587-4589 

Peterson (Edward R.) Memorial: 

Chesterton, 196-P. - Cummings, 197-P. - 
Rogers, 198-P. © Feb. 15, 1945; G 45210-45212. 

Jones bros. co., inc. 4590-4600 

Braim (Carl Conrad): 

Guardian memorial, D-1646, D-1648,D-1649. 
© Apr. 11, 1945; G 45214, 45215, 45219. 
Elwell (Roy Aberdeen): 

Guardian memorial, D-1626, D-1642,D-1643, 
D-1645, D-1647. © Apr. 11, 1945; G 45213, 45217, 
45220-45222. 

Miller (Malcolm G.): 

Guardian memorial, D-1640, D.1641, D-1644. 
© Apr. 11, 1945; G 45216, 45218, 45223. 

Kraner (Florian K.)* 4601-4603 

Nativity scene. - Star of Bethlehem and scene. - 
Wise men and shepherds. © 1 c. each May 30, 
1945; G 45352-45354. 

Lacy (John Holt)* 4604 

Model comprising paper cut-out fanciful face. 
© 1 c. May 29, 1945; G'45453. 

Loederer (Richard A.) 4605 

Loederer (Dick [i. e. Richard A.]): 

Disk with 6 cartoon lessons. © 1 c. Mar. 
9, 1945; G 45241. 

Love (Loris V.)* . 4606-4608 

Girl: 

Dragging Christmas tree. - Holding pine 
branches, leaping into air. - Jumping over Christ- 
mas trees. © 1 c. each May 9, 1945; G 45242- 
45244. 

National bispuit co. 4609 

Coe (Roland): 

His nibs. © 1 c. May 9, 1945; G 45245. 

Okun CO. 4610 

Turner (Raymond): 

Dressed monkey with arms drawn up and 
legs extended to form a circle. © Apr. 17, 1945. 
G 45464. 

Orr (Louis)* 4611-4615 

Daniel Harvey Hill library. North Carolina 

state college at Raleigh. © Feb. 19, 1945; G 45187. 
North Carolina: 

Bath, Glebe house. - Charlotte, Mecklenburg 

County, Rock house. - New Bern, New Bern academy. 

- Wilmington, Burgwin-Wright-Comwallis house. 

© Feb. 19, 1945; G 45183-45166. 



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pt. IV, n. s.,v. 40 



Pfund (Gebhard H.)* 4616 

Suggestion for a community flag for a world 
union of nations. Rev., 1944. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1945; 
G 45224. 

Prim (Sherman Cecil)* 4617 

Day on Mt. Rushmore. © Dec. 6, 1944; G 45457. 

Ralston (Harry M.) 4618 

Russell (Charles M.); 

Fprks of the trail. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1945; G 
45455. 

Rooney (John L.)* 4619 

Gabby gob. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1945; G 45459. 



Royal oak ceramics. 
Morgan (Arthur C): 

Timmy. © June 16, 1945; G 45456. 



4620 



Ruff (Ada May)* 4621 

Hitler's harvest. © 1 c. May 26, 1945; G 45460. 

Salter (Leon J.) 4622-4629 

Zoute (pseiid. of Salter (Leon J.)]; 

Arithmetic. -Brown figure. -Cock and bull. - 
Still life, 1, 2. - Table still life. - Three sail- 
ors. - Todd family. © 1 c. each Apr. 26, 1945; G 
45225-45232. 



Sieberg (Erick)< 



4630 



« Do not speak ill of any person dead or alive. © 
1 c. May 7, 1945; G 45240. 

Spangenberg (Arno.)* 4631-4634 

Dachshund head. © Apr. 10, 1945; G 45450. 
Female torso. - Grape arrangement with jumping 

nude. © June 13, 1945; G 45446, 45447. 
Lazy skin. © Apr. 1, 1945; G 45449. 

Speer (Stanley Creighton)* 4635 

Design for back of cards used in playing the 
game of snafu. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1945; G 45248. 

Taub (Philip) 4636 

Kann (Frederick I.): 

Cherish. © Dec. 20, 1944; G 45458. 

Toyra (Alfred Silim Mickels)* 4637 

Big 3. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1945; G 45180. 

Vorsatz (Olive Monhan)* 4638 

Ice cube follies. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1945. G 45182. 

Warner (H. W.)* 4639, 4640 

A-E-I-O-U. - No. 1-man-around here. © 1 c. 
each Mar. 26, 1945; G 45233, 45234. 



Number of entries of Works of Arts included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945 728 



^^ 



102 



CLASSES H-K 

REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 

OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



American automobile assn. Traffic engineering 
& safety dept. 4641 

Play away from traffic, take care of yourself, 

S. S. P. 171. © Apr. 27, 1945; K 58127.^ 

American bank note co. 4642, 4643 

Chiang (Generalissimo Kai-shek) the Central 

bank of China, special V- 86317. © May 2, 1945; 

K 58101. 

86143. © Mar. 13, 1945; K 58100. 

Ashley (David) inc. 4644-4646 

Golden retriever, Serving the guns, 196; by 

Maud Earl. © June 4, 1945; H 2919. 
Newton (Richard) jr.: 

Hail victory, 197. - Stable of champions, 199. 

© June 6, 1945; H 2917, 2918. 

Audio productions, inc. 4647,4648 

Engineering. Flue gas analysis. Orsat apparatus. 

© Apr. 1, 1945; J 37866. 

Engineering. Tension testing. © Mar. 1, 1945; 

J 37867. 

Boyd (Irma Petard) 4649 

Sewing desk. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1945; I 36048. 

Brewer (Katherine Giles) & Shute (Ralph W.) sr. 

4650 
Salute America doll. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1945; J 
37854. 

Bulletin co. 4651 

Easter millinery in the home of the Cirnlnello 
quads. © Mar. 30, 1945; K 58126. 

Cadet aeronautics div. Winner eng. corp. 

4652-4658 
Photo, 1-7. © 1 c. each Apr. 26, 1945; J 37858- 
37864. 

Campbell (RoUin E.) 4659-4661 

Dispenser for: 

Chewing gum & etc. - Tooth paste & etc. © 
1 c. each Apr. 28, 1945; I 36072, 36073. 

Windup rule compass. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; 
I 86071. 

Campbell (RoUin E.), James (Kenneth H.)& Greenlee 
(Lyman E.) 
Rekordatone. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; I 36070. 

Cavro CO. 4663-4669 

Behold I come to thee, 295. - Bread of our soul, 
285. - First communion, 294. - Holy Eucharist, 
257. - Jesus in the Holy Eucharist, 287. - Minister 
of our -God, 104-C. - Mother of Pure Love, 297. - 
Sacred Heart of Jesus, 296. © May 17, 1945; K 
58090-58096. 



Chambers (John T.) 4670 

Computc^raph for weekly payroll. © Apr. 24, 
1945; I 36075. 

Chase-Statler. 4671, 4672 

Ready (Most Reverend Michael J.): 

Full face. - Side view. © Jan. 15, 1945; J 
37875, 37876. 

Clark (Dwight L.) 4673 

Ture angle developer. © Apr. 23, 1945; I 36074. 

Coca-cola co. 4674 

Meet the people. © Apr. 9, 1945; J 37880. 

Coffey (George R.) 4675 

Talkie-backie radio. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1945; J 
37855. 



Eds on (Norman Stewart) 

Daffodils. © May 8, 1945; J 37909. 



4676 



Edwards (William Archibald) 4677 

Construction: To plot a curve with compass and 
rule to be- used with compass and rule to trisect 
any arc or angle. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1945; I 36059. 

Fahlow (Carl F. E.) & long (Lena E. L.) 4678 

Chair set adpatlng insignia of U. S. maritime 
service. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1945; I 36067. 

Fighter steel corp. 4679 

Repairs to pivot Willis avenue bridge splices 
and temporary supports. © 1 c. Apr, 25, 1945; 
I 36051. 

Finley (Jas. Bazel) 4680 

Wanted! So^e young woman. © May 12, 1945; 
K 58099. 

Ford (Lewis E.) 4681 

I'm doing. © 1 c. May 26, 1945; J 37919. 

Forsyth (Louis K.) 4682 

Ruined threave built 1370. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1945; 
J 37856. 

Frick collection. 4683 

Snyders (Margareta) Detail: Head; by Anthony 
Van Dyck. © June 14, 1945; H 2922. 

Garr (Oscar A.) 4684, 4685 

Plastic fence post. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1945; I 36050. 
Plastic molding. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1945; I 36078. 

Gause (Roy Miller) 4686 

Cigarette ash catcher. © 1 c. May 2, 1945; 
I 36087. 



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General electric co. 4687-4698 

Battleship X, G-E equipped U. S. S. South Dakota, 
veteran of many battles. - High-speed tanker, with 
G-E turbine-electric drive, transports vital oil. 
© Oct. 28, 1944; K 58055, 58061, 

Deep in Iran, Alco-E. E. Diesel-electric loco- 
motives haul supplies to Russia. - Electric furnaces, 
G-E equipped, melt and refine vital metals for 
industry. - G-E electric mine locomotives help get 
out more coal for wartime needs. - G. E. novalux 
floodlights help shipyards operate efficiently 
through the night. - G-E station WRGB. preparing 
today for wider public use of television tomorrow. 
- Rolling steel for ships, 40,000 hp of G-E electric 
motors power giant hot mill. - To millions of service 
men, home means rooms like this, lighted by G-E 
lamps. © Oct. 28, 1944; K 58050-58052, 58054, 
58056, 58058, 58059. 

G-E armament system makes possible deadly 
fire-power of-^he B-29 superfortress. - G-E jet 
propulsion aircraft engine opens new vistas for 
aviation. - Wherever wheels turn and lights glow, 
G-E equipment is providing electricity. © Oct. 28, 
1944; K 58053,- 58057, 58060. 

General motors corp. Fisher body div. 4699 

Don't upset the victory time table. Be on the 
job every day. © May 4, 1945; K 58103. 

Goodell (Philmon Class) 4700, 4701 

Christmas morn. © Feb. 19, 1945; J 37918. 
Sentinel. © Feb. 14, 1945; J 37917. 

Haeseler (John A.) 4702 

Nursing. Care of the newborn baby. © Nov. 1, 
1944; J 37865. 

Hambrock (Ida) 4703 

United nations uniform. © 1 c. May 23, 1945; J 
37920. 

Hartman (Rush S.) 4704 

Hartman controlled window with rubber weather- 
strip. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1945; I 36063, 

Hearst consolidated publications, inc. 4705-4713 

Both hands across the sea. © May 12, 1945; K 
58062. 

Did you say the war was over. © May 22, 1945; 
K 58124. 

Dumkopf. © May 17, 1945; K 58108. 

Out of danger. © May 15, 1945; K 58087. 

Quicksand. © May 18, 1945; K 58109. 

Speaking of points. © May 16, 1945; K 58088. 

They're off. © May 21, 1945; K 58110. 

This ought to land him. © May 19, 1945; K 58102, 

What a time for a hot foot. © May 23, 1945; K 
58123. 



Hessig (W. P.) 

Everlasting leaf rake. 
36085. 



4714 
1 c. May 3, 1945; I 



Hickory pub. co., inc. 4715-4726 

Auxerre porte et eglise St. Pierre, 10x1286. - 
St. Tropez le Port, 25x2282. - Street in Paris, 
10x1281. © Feb. 21, 1945; K 58073, 58074, 58081. 

Chartres la rue du Bourg, 10x1284. - Old world 
street scene, 25x2284. - Paris, Place Maubert, lOx 
1291. - Rue Galande a Paris, 10x1284. © Feb. 21, 
1945; K 58071, 58075-58077. 



Church in Lucerene, 25x2283. - Churchyard In 
winter, 25x2285. - Curfew time, 10x1292. © Feb. 
21, 1945; K 58072, 58079, 58082. 

St. Paul's from Fleet street, 25x2286. - Win- 
chester cathedral from the close, 25x2281. © Feb. 
21, 1945; K 58078, 58080. 

Hruska (Louis C.) 4727 

Winter in Iowa. © 1 c. May 7, lS45; J 37872. 

Ideal wall hingings corp, 4728-4734 

Country scene panel and flowers, 704, - Dutch 
scenes, 707. - Rose bower, 700. - Sea shells and 
mermaids, 706. - Spanish scene, 701. - Swans and 
water lilies, 705. - Wild rose flower basket, 703. 
© July 10, 1944; K 58039-58045. 

Irland (Ritchie Alexander) 4735 

Automatic window air conditioner vent control. 
© 1 c. May 2, 1945; I 36086. 

Jacobs (E. E.) & Meisenbach (Albert Charles) 4736 
Read right rule. © 1 c. Mar, 7, 1945; I 36047. 

Jamack (Peter J.) 4737-4739 

Toy boy. - United States three point aeroplane 

featuring well decks and tail engines. © 1 c. each 

Apr. 27, 1945; I 36064, 36065. 

Toy town. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1945; I 36049, 

Johnson (George Otis) 4740 

Roosevelt's (President Franklin D.) © Apr. 18, 
1945; J 37870. 

Jones (Percy T.) 4741, 4742 

Boxer puppies, 14969-58. © 1 c. May 20, 1945; 

J 37913. 

Three collies, 15315-36. © 1 c. May 16, 1945; 

J 37908. 

Jullien (Philip M.) 4743 

National war memorial. Stadium and airport 
development of East Capitol street. © 1 c. Apr. 
21, 1945; I 36046. 

Kuprion (John F.) 4744-4746 

Kalarama Colonel, stallion. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 

1945; J 37910. 

Nawbeek Highland King, chestnut stallion. © 

1 c. Mar. 17, 1945; J 37912. 

Perfect blend, May 15th, 1945. © 1 c. May 19, 

1945; J 37911. 

Larison (Ruth Hooper) 4747 

Playmates. © Mar, 3, 1945; J 37871, 

Laundryowners bureau of Boston, inc, 4748, 4749 
Wash your troubles away with Larry the laundry- 
man: 

Larry says, if people kept birth certificates. 
© Apr. 9, 1945; K 58068. 

Larry says, nowadays you don't hear about 
anybody being willing to give you the shirt off his 
back! © Apr. 23, 1945; K 58069. 

McClasky Qay A.) 4750-4763 

Ann Rutledge. - Cadet and Modern Design. - 
Colonel Sport. - Corsica Miss. - Donald Dare. - 
Glenda Lee. - Glenholm Harmony. - Heavenly 
Tempest. - Highland Cora. - Lady Louise. - Meadow 
Wisp. - Stonewall Chief. - Stonewall Shannon. - 
Thunder Maker. © 1 c. each May 14, 1945; J 37893- 
37906. 



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4827 



McHugh (Peter) & co. 4764 

Honorable discharge. © Apr. 9, 1945; K 58063. 

Marx (Virginia) 4765 

United nations V E, 1945. © Apr. 25, 1945; J 
37869. 

Maxwell-Davis, inc. 4766 

And now! Those Japs. Buy more war bonds. © 
May 22, 1945; K 58122. 



Mead Johnson & co. 

Young life. © May 9, 1945; K 58125. 



4767 



Morris & Bendien, inc. 4768-4772 

Calla- Lilies. © Jan. 8, 1942; K 58046. 
Outward bound. © Dec. 12, 1944; K 58089. 
Shack in the woods. - Squire and the hostler. 

Sunday morning. © Jan. 2, 1943; K 58047-58049. 

Murray (Justin) 4773-4775 

Broken cable. - Turntable. - 5 o'clock cable. 
© May 15, 1944; K 58065-58067. 

Nash (Mary Arnold) 4776 

Tucker (Rt. Rev. Henry St. George) presiding 
bishop of the P. E. church of the United States. © 
1 c. May 11, 1945; J 37873. 

Nemeth (Ted) studios. 4777 

Aircraft work, aircraft maintenance. Repairing 
and relining mechanical brakes. © Apr. 2, 1945; 
J 37868. 

Norcross. 4778 

Just wishing you a merry Christmas. © Mar. 
3, 1945; K 58070. 

Oliver (Thomas H.) 4779 

Lady Victoria White. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1945; J 
37874. 

Otstot (Ray) 4780-4782 

Corelations of possible pay zones in the Ordobi- 
cian & Reagan sandstone formations, 1-3. © Apr. 
21, 1945; I 36060-36062. 

Ouellette (Norman Joseph) 4783 

Dependable. © 1 c. May 2, 1945; I 36084. 

Owen (Charles Ray) 4784 

Rainier (Mt.) & Mrs. Chas. R. Owen. © 1 c. 
Mar. 2, 1945; J 37857. 

Pelton (Sylvester F.) 4785 

Cranes and andirons for fire place. © 1 c. Apr. 
27, 1945; I 36068. 

Pike (Milton Joseph) 4786 

Pyle (Ernie) © 1 c. May 16, 1945; J 37907. 

Plumley (Elinor) 4787 

[Marquetry craft horse and elephant] © Apr. 
15, 1945; K 58064. 

Rausch (William W.) 4788-4792 

One bedroom house, 101. - Three bedroom house, 
302. - Three bedroom house with dining room and 
long living room, 307. - Two bedroom house, 201. - 
Two bedroom house, with dining room and porch, 
205. © Mar. 24, 1945; I 36052-36056. 



Redgrave (Bertram S.) 

Anchor. © Mar. 26, 1945; I 36066. 



4793 



Rigaumont (Victor A.) 4794, 4795 

New Fairmont theatre, 414 Adams street, 

Fairmont, W. Va., for Warner bros. theatres, inc., 

W. Va. 345. © Apr. 2, 1945; I 36083. 

New Park theatre, 1225 Liberty street, Franklin, 

Penna., for L. T. Houghton & Paul McKay, 1944. 

© Apr. 11, 1945; 136082. 

Saint Germain press, inc. 4796-4798 

Ballard (Guy W.) our beloved messenger. © 

Sept. 25, 1944; J 37921. 

Ballard (Guy W.) our beloved messenger, standing 

by harp: 

Arms folded. - With hand on harp. © Oct. 

17, 1944; J 37922, 37923. 

Sass-Dorne studio. 4799-4802 

Hey, diddle, diddlel - Jack and Jill. - Old Mother 
Hubbard. - Old woman who lived in a shoe. © May 
1, 1945; K 58083-58086. 

Schwatt (Erwin L.) 4803, 4804 

Barrier-reef jetty and inlet lagoon. © Feb. 23, 

1945; I 36080. 

Wind-dia: for Absecon Island. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 

1945; I 36081. 

Shafer (Robert Louis) 4805 

Boot and Punk. © 1 c. May 12, 1945; J 37879. 

Standley (Harry Landis) 4806 

Mount Yale, Colorado. © Mar. 20, 1945; J 37878. 

Stylewise hosiery sales, inc. 4807 

Look 'em over. © May 15, 1945; K 58098. 

Tager (Sidney Robert) 4808-4819 

Tuffy in the fish bowl, 1-12. © Apr. 9, 1945; 
J 37881-37892. 

Tarbet (Clarince White) 4820 

Vacuum sweeper. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; I 36069. 

Troxel (George O.) 4821, 4822 

Key ring and identification key, 12. - Scissor- 
or-shears sharpener, 13. © 1 c. each Apr. 29, 
1945; I 36076, 36077. 

Underhill (Irving) 4823, 4824 

New York, St. Patricks cathedral, C 21928. 

© Apr. 4, 1945; J 37877. 

Washington square North & Fifth Ave. , B 69096. 

© May 19, 1945; J 37916. 



Variety programs. 4825 

Fun with music. © May 18, 1945; K 58121. 



Wilson (James G.) 4826 

Embryology of the human face, 1-4. © May 18, 
1945; I 36271. 

Zimmer (Henry John) 4827 

U. S. hose connections and sprinkler. © 1 c. 
May 1, 1945; I 36079. 



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4827 pt. IV, n. s., v. 40 

Number of entries In classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Reproductions of works of art (including 27 one-copy entries) 116 

Drawings or plastic works of scientific or technical character (including 275 one-copy entries)-- 466 

Photographs (including 120 one-copy entries) 362 

Prints and pictorial Illustrations (Including 165 contributions to periodicals and 

one-copy entries) 1,269 



Total 2,213 




106 



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UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[4827 



Brodel (Max) 1-7 

Frohse anatomical charts, American edition, 
chart nos. 1-7. © A. J. Nystrom & co., Chicago. 
R 138393-138399, Apr. 21, 1945. 



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Abbott laboratories, North Chicago, 111. 4828, 4829 
Bring him home soonerl Mailing piece. For 

pharmaceutical product. © Apr. 23, 1945; KK 

32148. 

Pound them hard. For pharmaceuticals. © 

Mar. 22, 1945; KK 31311. 

Abrahams (Jules) Millbourne, Pa. 4830 

Yankee Doodler hobby kraft kit. For hobby kraf t 
kit. © Dec. 30, 1944; KK 30880. 

Adel precision products corp., Burbank, Calif. 

4831-4836 

Adel 644 marine cable clip. For cable clip. © 
May 7, 1945; KK 32154. 

Adel stalock bulletin. For sheet metal fastener. 
© Apr. 10, 1945; KK 32152. 

For precision stampings, see Adel. For hydraulic 
valves, fluid pumps, hydraulic systems. © Apr. 
23, 1945; KK 32153. 

For sheet metal nuts and fasteners: 

Design engineers. © Mar. 25, 1945; KK 
32150. 

Meets and exceeds AAF specifications. © 
Apr. 1, 1945; KK 32151. 

Oh, mother, another bond for the Adel-agel For 
kitchen utensils, cameras, sheet metal fasteners, 
viewers, hydraulic valves. © Mar. 14, 1945; KK 
32149. 

Advertisers' service div., inc.. New York. 

4837, 4838 
For bread: 

Listen! Tennessee Jed. © Mar. 16, 1945; 
KK 31024. 

Tennessee Jed. © Apr. 2, 1945; KK 31382. 

Agency paper CO. , New York. 4839-4841 

Road scene. Airmail lightweight stationery. 

For air mail stationery. © Mar. 25, 1945; KK 31117. 
Sky- lane lightweight correspondence paper and 

envelopes. For paper and envelopes. © Mar. 22, 

1945; KK 31012. 

Sky- rite lightweight stationery. For lightweight 

paper and envelopes. © Jan. 16, 1945; KK 31013. 

Aircraft- marine products, inc., Harrisburg, Pa. 

4842-4844 
A-MP pre-insulatied diamond grip insulation 
support hand tool. Instruction sheet no. 105, supple- 
ment. For electrical wiring tool. © Apr. 13, 1945; 
KK 31522. 

For electrical wiring devices: 

A-MP solderless wire terminals for Curtlss 
feed-through terminal blocks, S 10069. © Feb. 12, 
1945; KK 30987. 

Wire terminals heavy duty-ring tongue. © 
Mar. 22, 1945; KK 31820. 

Ajax-consolidated co., Chicago. 4845 

Da- lite control blinds. For da- lite Venetian 
type blinds. © Apr. 4, 1945; KK 32122. 

Allls-Chalmers mfg. co., Milwaukee. 4846-4849 
Allls-Chalmers electronic heaters for Induction 
and dielectric heating, B6372. For electronic 
heaters. © Apr. 10, 1945; KK 31807. 



Allls-Chalmers offers 2 quality chip screens 
for the pulp and paper industry, B6S53. For chip 
screens. © Jan. 20, 1945; KK 31805. 

Allls-Chalmers type SS-B pedestal type centrif- 
ugal pumps, B6351. For centrifugal pumps. © 
Mar. 15, 1945; KK 31806. 

New Allls-Chalmers product, A-C Lorain liners 
give you 2-way liner life I For grinding mill liner. 
© Apr. 21, 1945; KK 31808. 

Aluminum cooking utensil co. , New Kensington, Pa. 

4850, 4851 
For aluminum utensils: 

Bill says my halo's becoming. © Apr. 18, 
1945; KK 31645. 

Why cooking Is easier. © Apr. 27, 1945; KK 
31826. 

American brush corp. , Chicago. 4852 

£asy way to hang wallpaper. For wallpaper 
tool kit. © Mar. 2, 1945; KK 30850. 

American engineering co., Philadelphia. 4853, 4854 
You can have quiet automatic stoking. For per- 
fect spread stoker & Taylor stokers. © Feb. 25, 
1945; KK 31106. 

You're playing with fire. For Hele-Shaw fluid 
power pump. © Jan. 25, 1945; KK 31105. 

American felt co., Glenville, Conn. 4855 

Felt in compression date sheet 13, Jan., 1945. 
For felt. © Apr. 2, 1945; KK 31154. 

American gas assn. , New York. 4856 

Your problem. Our plan. For kitchen appUanpes. 
© Feb. 25, 1945; KK 30735. 

American Instrument co.. Sliver Spring, Md. 4857 
Automatic safety immersion heater. For 
Immersion heater. © Apr. 28, 1944; KK 30742. 

American locomotive co. & General electric co., 
Schenectady, N. Y. 4858-4860 

For transportation equipment: 

Highball for two G. L's, 113-122. © Mar. 10, 
1945; KK 30812. 

Plenty to do between trains. © Mar. 24, 1945; 
KK 31476. 

489-0 Is knocked out and In again, 113-130. 
© Apr. 7, 1945; KK 31560. 

American stove co., Cleveland. 4861 

We're working and planning for you. For gas 
range. © Mar. 17, 1945; KK 30876. 

American strainer corp., New York. 4862 

Sweetheart comb and mirror set. For comb and 
mirror set. © Feb. 27, 1945; KK 31026. 

American tobacco co. , New York. 4863 

You said Itl L. S./M. F. T. For cigarettes. 
© Apr. 18, 1945; KK 31650. 

Americana corp. , New York. 4864 

Keep your Americana complete. For encyclo- 
pedia. © Mar. 3, 1945; KK 31089. 



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Armour & CO., Chicago. 4865-4869 

For meat: 

All dressed up. © Mar. 9, 1945; KK 30931. 

In our town treet is the meat for a Saturday 
night party 1 © Mar. 25, 1945; KK 31425. 

New promise of American life. © Feb. ^3, 
1945; KK 30929. 

Turn these new dinner tricks with Amour's 
star frankfurters. © Mar. 28, 1945; KK 31426. 

Wake up to this happy Easter breakfast. © 
Feb. 28, 1945; KK 30930. 

Armstrong cork co., Lancaster, Pa. 4870 

Armstrong's quaker wall covering. For wall 
covering. © Mar. 11, 1945; KK 31152. 

Auburn rubber Corp., Auburn, Ind. 4871 

Treds. For shoe repair sole. ® Nov. 25, 1944; 
KK 30738. 



Austenal laboratories, inc., Chicago. 4872 

Sherman type vitallium plates & screws. For 
vit. plates and screws, surgical appls. © Mar. 27, 
1945; KK 31172. 

Bell aircraft Corp., Buffalo. 4873, 4874 

For aircraft: 

Bell helicopter, a new kind of flying. © Mar. 
11, 1945; KK 30846. 

Modem mission of mercy. © May 6, 1945; 
KK 32115. 

Benin's wonderstoen co., New York. 4875, 4876 
For hair remover for legs and arms: 

Get a wonderstoen and leave the foliage to the 
trees! © Mar. 30, 1945; KK 31711. 

Leg legend. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 31092. 

Bendix aviation corp., Detroit, Teterboro, N. J. 

4877-4889 
For aircraft instruments: 

Amplifier air position indicator. Installation 
instructions. © Apr. 2, 1945; KK 31280. 

Diluter demand oxygen regulator. Installation 
instructions. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 30732. 

Oxygen flow indicator. Installation instruc- 
tions. © Mar.. 17, 1945; KK 30986. 

Rate of climb indicator. Installation instruc- 
tions. © Mar. 24, 1945; KK 31102. 

Rate of climb indicator. Installation instruc- 
tions. © Apr. 2, 1945; KK 31281. 

Remote reading magnesyn compass indicator. 
Installation instructions. © Apr. 2,1945;KK 31279. 

Service bulletin, method of setting electrical 
zero for 400 cycle autosyn indicators. © Apr. 10, 
1945; KK 31391. 

Vapor-proof manifold pressure gage. Instal- 
lation instructions. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 30731. 

Zero setting transformer. Operation instruc- 
tions. © Apr. 10, 1945; KK 31473. 
For radar and radio equipment: 

Bendix electronic research promises you rich 
and wondrous new radio pleasure. © May 16, 1945; 
KK 32167. 

Bendix electronic research unveils the miss- 
ing half of radio entertainment 1 © Mar. 14, 1945; 
KK 30746. 

Installation & line maintenance. For water 
pressure warning units, aircraft instruments. © 
Apr. 3, 1945; KK 31367. 



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Tomorrow's cars are forming now in the 
crucible of war. For airplane equipment ® Apr. 
11, 1945; KK 31392. 

Best & CO., inc., New York. 4890-5005 

All girls have favorite dresses. For girls' 
dresses. © Apr. 8, 1945; KK 31435. 

Best's exclusive print for little girls. For little 
girls' dresses. © May 9, 1945; KK 32064. 

Best's good suit classics. Good suits are basic. 
For misses suits. © Mar. 11, 1945; KK 30749. 

Best's renowned mix- or- match mates. For 
misses skirts, jackets, sweaters, shorts. © Mar. 
26, 1945; KK 31124. 

Best's suggests town black for Easter. For 
misses dresses and suits, coat. © Mar. 25, 1945; 
KK 31121. 

Blossom bonnets. Flowers for Easter. For 
misses hats. © Mar. 27, 1945; KK 31127. 

Blouse mates for Easter suits. Smart suit-dress 
for young cosmopolitans. For misses' blouses 
and jr. miss dress. © Mar. 8, 1945; KK 31039. 

Bow blouses. New editions of these favorite 
suit and jumper companions. For misses blouses. 
© Apr. 26, 1945; KK 31756. 

Box coats for spring say young cosmopolitans. 
Right for spirng, the Eton suit. Garden of flowers 
on a 'teen-age print. For junior miss coats, boy's 
suit and girl's dress. © Mar. 16, 1945; KK 30757. 

Brief and gay seashore cottons. For misses 
bathing suit. © Apr. 26, 1945; KK 31757. 

Bright black beauty in plastic patent. For misses 
handbag. © Mar. 28, 1945; KK 31129. 

Bright spice for suits. We call them layette 
essentials. For baby clothes. © Apr. 8, 1945; 
KK 31436. 

Button-on wash suit for small boys. For boys' 
suit. © May 11, 1945; KK 32072. 

Candy-cane playsuit for sunny days ahead. For 
misses' playsuits. © Mar. 7, 1945; KK 31038. 

Cardigan coat for young cosmopolitans. For 
junior miss coat. © Mar. 29, 1945; KK 31133. 

Cool pastel stripes for our housecoat hit. For 
misses' housecoat. © Apr. 11, 1945; KK 31438. 

Country plaids. For misses suits and coats. 
© Mar. 25, 1945; KK 31122. 

Crisp ribbon accents on our print charmer. 
C-1 Munro tweed, white for summer. For misses 
suit and coat and misses dress. © Apr. 26, 1945; 
KK 31758. 

Date- timer for young cosmopolitans. For 
junior miss dress. © Apr. 5, 1945; KK 31234. 

Decked with daisies. Crowning touch to your 
Easter costume. For misses hats. © Mar. 15, 
1345; KK 30755. 

Double hurricane cloth for our raincoat hit. 
For misses' raincoat. © May 9, 1945; KK 32066. 

Dumari spun rayons interpreted in the peasant 
manner. Welcome spring navy. In demand, our 
fresh, young navy blues. For misses' coats, dresses 
and suits, little girls' dresses. © Mar. 4, 1945; 
KK 31034. 

Easter dresses in black or navy enlivened with 
bright color. Spring outfits are plentiful at Best's. 
For misses dress and children's coats and suits. 
© Mar. 18, 1945; KK 30949. 

Easter excitement. These are the sport jackets 
and slacks. For junior miss dresses, boys jacket 
and slacks. © Mar. 23, 1945; KK 30963. 

Easter paraders for your cosmopolitans. For 
jr. miss dresses. © Mar. 9, 1945; KK 31042. 



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Easter suit-mates. A bevy of pretty blouses 
to add charm. New town beauty in rayon -back 
wool jersey. For blouses and dress. © Mar. 21, 
1945; KK 30955. 

Eton suit in Palm Beach cloth. For boys suit. 
© Apr. 6, 1945; KK 31238. 

Fine gray flannel for young cosmopolitans. For 
junior miss suit. © Apr. 20, 1945; KK 31576. 

Fine woolen for the 'teen-age topper, in navy. 
For girls coat. © Apr, 6, 1945; KK 31239. 

For a happy care-free summer, sailing blues. 
For little boys and girls shorts, shirts, overalls, 
etc. © Apr. 22, 1945; KK 31749. 

For all-around usefullness Nada short coat. For 
misses' coat. © Mar. 8, 1945; KK 31040. 

For city, country, the short-sleeved rayon suit. 
For misses' summer suit. © May 10, 1945; KK 
32069. 

For classic good-looks, for lasting quality, for 
versatility, Best's exclusive shirtmaker. For 
misses' dresses. © Apr. 19, 1945; KK 31572. 

For girls, for summer gay and cool. When girls 
need somethingwarmer, ajacketandskirt. For girls 
playshoes, girls skirt and jacket. © Apr. 27, 1945; 
KK 31760. 

For little boys for summer. For little boys' 
shorts and overalls. © Apr. 25, 1945; KK 31755, 

For spring and every season, gray flannel. For 
misses jacket and skirt. © Mar. 13, 1945; KK 
30751. 

For spring and every season, gray flannel. For 
misses' suit. © Apr. 17, 1945; KK 31568. 

For the 'teens, smart outfits are two-piece. 
Pepper and salt for young cosmopolitans. The 
regulation reefer is a boys' classic. For girls 
dress and jumper, junior misses suit and boys coat. 
© Mar. 30, 1945; KK 31134. 

For young cosmopolitans, striped cottons wear a 
captivating air. For junior misses' dresses. © 
Apr. 13, 1945; KK 31440. 

For young cosmopolitans, sun-drenched colors 
for our summer topper. For junior miss coat. © 
May 11, 1945; KK 32074. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar, a dress 
of pink or blue lawn quaint and girlish. For little 
girls' dress. © May 9, 1945; KK 32065. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar, even the 
smallest girls wear Easter bonnets and smart tweed 
coats to match. For little girls' coats and bonnets. 
© Mar. 6, 1945; KK 31035. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar, little 
girls wear long sleeve pullovers and cardigans. 
Double-duty suit in fine gray flannel. For little 
girls' sweater, misses' suit. © Apr. 19, 1945; KK 
31437. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar, out of 
baby clothes and on herway into the world of fashion. 
For little girls dress. © Mar. 20, 1945; KK 30952. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar, practical 
cotton crepe is softly handled and what a lovely 
housecoat it is I Shadow brims are so flattering. 
For little girls' housecoat, misses' hats. © Apr. 
17, 1945. KK 31567. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar, rosebuds 
on crisp white dimity, pinafore ruffles. For little 
girls dress. © Apr. 3, 1945; KK 31230. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar, these 
spring days, little girls are smart and snug in fine 
wool tweed. For little girls coat and hat. © Mar. 
27, 1945; KK 31126. 



Gala gowns for holiday formals, Perfect for all- 
roimd wear Melton topcoat. For coat and dinner 
gowns. © Mar. 21, 1945; KK 30957. 

Gay gii^hams in bonnie plaids^ Best's suggests 
the town black suit for a city spring. For misses 
suits and dresses. © Apr. 5, 1945; KK 31236. 

Gingham - prettier than ever in monotone plaid. 
For misses' dress. ©Apr. 18, 1945; KK 31571. 

Girls are lovely in Everfast spun rayon. Sweet 
white eyelet for girl graduates. For girls' dress, 
misses gowns. © May 11, 1945; KK 32075. 

Glitter decor for festive spring evenings. For 
short dinner dress. © Mar. 7, 1945; KK 31037. 

Go-everywhere dress. Two-piece wool. For 
junior misses dress. © Mar. 14, 1945; KK 30752. 

Handmade lingerie by Yolande. For misses slip 
and gown. © Mar. 28, 1945; KK 31130. 

Hardy gardening clothes. Spring hit in soft 
rayon shantung. For misses slacks, shorts, shirt 
and dress. © Apr, 5, 1945; KK 31237. 

He is well turned out in a sport jacket and slacks. 
For boy's jacket and slacks, © Mar. 16, 1945^ KK 
30756. 

Here come the winners of the young cosmopolitan 
review. High notes of the season. For junior miss 
dresses, coats and suits. © Apr. 27, 1945; KK 
31762. 

Here comes the spring bride. For misses 
wedding gowns. © Apr. 5, 1945; KK 31235. 

Here's a perfect play-time wardrobe. For 
misses' slacks, coat, shorts, halter and blouse, 
© Apr. 19, 1945; KK 31573. 

Holiday mood in 'round town dresses. For 
junior miss dresses. © Mar. 16, 1945; KK 30759. 

It's spring for little boys too. For boys suits. 
© Mar. 21, 1945; KK 30954. 

Keep them in sailing blues. For girls' play- 
clothes. © May 10, 1945; KK 32070. 

Lining snaps in and out of a weel tweed reefer. 
For boys coat. © Mar. 21, 1945; KK 30956, 

New dresses are wrapped and tied. For misses 
dress. © Apr. 22, 1945; KK 31748. 

New features on Whitney baby carriages mean 
easier handling, a smoother ride for baby. From 
Best's famous Liliputian bazaar, the first short 
dress is hand made and dainty. For baby carriages 
and baby dress, © Mar. 13, 1945; KK 30750. 

New flattery in the high-hat cloche. For misses 
hats. © Mar, 20, 1945; KK 30953. 

New nightshirt in fine dainty batiste. For misses 
nightgown. © Apr. 4, 1945; KK 31233. 

New print dress has a jacket to match. For 
misses dress and jacket. © Mar. 14, 1945; KK 
30753, 

New seaside fashion, the Mother Hubbard coat. 
For beach coat. © May 10, 1945; KK 32068. ' 

New spring fashions accent a new silhouette I 
The small waisted look. The Liliputian bazaar turns 
to spring coats. For misses' dresses, girls' and 
boys' coats. © Mar. 4, 1945; KK 31033. 

New spring success in plastic patent. For handbag. 
© Mar. 8, 1945; KK 31041. 

New version of a girls' favorite jacket and skirt. 
For girls' jacket and skirt. © Mar. 9, 1945; KK 
31046. 

Original heartbeat casual by Pat Hartly. Young 
cosmopolitans like heartbeat, with its simple lines 
and easy grace. For junior miss dress. © Apr. 
23, 1945; KK 31750, 



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Our prints are young and gay for Easter and 
after. For misses dresses. © Mar. 11, 1945; KK 
30748. 

Over her suits or dresses topcoat. For girls 
coat. © Mar. 23, 1945; KK 30962. 

Panaire casuals for now and later. For misses 
hats. © Apr. 3, 1945; KK 31231. 

Peter Pan cottons have flowers or stripes. For 
girls' dresses. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 31228. 

Pique white and right. For misses hat. © Mar. 
19, 1945; KK 30951. 

Pretty and practical pastel chambray. For 
misses dresses. © Apr. 4, 1945; KK 31232, 

Printed Everfast mistysheer for the 'teens. For 
girls dress. © Apr. 27, 1945; KK 31759. 

Rayon shantung is cool and pretty. For misses 
dresses. © Apr. 18, 1945; KK 31570. 

Ready for April showers, our tie-belt raincoat. 
For misses raincoat. © Mar. 26, 1945; KK 31125. 
Ready for everything, the cardigans suit. For 
misses suit. © Mar. 29, 1945; KK 31132. 

Regulation reefer in fine navy blue wool. For 
little boy and girl's coat and 'teen age girl coat. 
© Mar. 22, 1945; KK 30959. 

Reversible topper for day and night wear. For 
short coat. © Apr. 12, 1945; KK 31439. 

Rustle gowns. For misses gowns. ® Apr. 27, 
1945; KK 31761. 

Saddle-stitched to wear with spring suits. For 
misses handbag. © Mar. 15, 1945; KK 30754. 

Salem tweed hit for young cosmopolitan. For 
junior miss suit. © Mar. 23, 1945; KK 30964. 

Seersucker dresses up for spring. For misses 
dresses. © Mar. 30, 1945- KK 31135. 

So many uses for this teen topper. For girl's 
coat. © Apr. 22, 1945; KK 31747. 

Soft summer classic for yoimg cosmopolitans. 
For junior miss dress. © May 11, 1945; KK 32073. 
Softly fitted lines in anew town coat. For misses 
coat. © Apr. 25, 1945; KK 31753. 

Spotlight sandals bright and becoming. For 
misses shoes. © Mar. 26, 1945; KK 31123. 

Spring in town calls for our bolero dress. Crisp 
bustle bows. Gay housecoat to brighten leisure 
hours. For misses housecoat, dress and hats. 
© Mar. 28, 1945; KK 31128. 

Springtime cottons are pastel or printed. For 
little girls dresses. © Mar. 18, 1945; KK 30948. 

Straw lace. For misses hat, © Apr. 25, 1945; 
KK 31752. 

Suit and separates from the Liliputian bazaar. 
For little girls' suits, shirt blouses and slacks. 
© Mar. 6, 1945; KK 31036. 

Suit and skirt from the Liliputian bazaar. For 
little girls skirt blouse and suit. © Mar. 22, 1945; 
KK 30958. 

Summer favorites in cool spun rayon. Boys wear 
sunsuits for healthy outdoor fun. For misses dresses 
and boys sunsuit. © Apr. 25, 1945; KK 31754. 

Summertime cotton. For misses' dresses. 
© May 10, 1945; KK 32067. 

Sunny days ahead. For misses' shorts, sun-back 
dresses, swimshits, slacks, shorts, etc. © Apr. 
16, 1945; KK 31566. 

Superb casual coat in rare cashmere. For 
misses coats, © Mar. 28, 1945; KK 31131. 

Teen suit, a topcoat and she is well dressed. 
The cleancut look for young cosmopolitan. Wool ^ 
tweed for long wear, a boys' jacket suit. For girls 
coat and suit, jr. miss suits, boys suit. © Mar. 9, 
1945; KK 31043. 

Their softer frocks are spun rayon. For little 
girls dresses. © Mar. 23, 1945; KK 30961. 



They need so many frocks. For little girls' 
dresses, © Apr. 17, 1945; KK 31569. 

To have and to cherish, the silk spectator. 
For misses' dress. © May 6, 1945; KK 32063. 

Walking shoes by Menihan. Two-tone bows light 
a slim, dark dress. Cool and comfortable night- 
shirt. For junior miss dress, misses' shoes, 
misses' nightshirt. © Apr. 20, 1945; KK 31574. 

Welcome arrival embroidered cottons. For 
misses dresses. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 31229. 

When it's spring, girls want sandals and pumps. 
For girls' shoes. © Mar. 16. 1945; KK 30758. 

When it's spring, it's to Best's for coats. For 
girls' coats., © Mar. 9, 1945; KK 31044, 

White pique accents on a soft dark dress for 
mothers-in-waiting. Straw lace. Frothy little 
charmers in Climy lace patterns. For misses hat 
and maternity dress, © Apr. 6, 1945; KK 31240. 

Wonderful, the new rayon sunmere by Everfast. 
For misses dress, © Mar, 22, 1945; KK 30960. 

Wool flannel button-up suit in pencil-striped 
gray. For misses suit. © Mar. 19, 1945; KK 30950. 

Young cosmopolitans choose cool washable cottons 
for a carefree summer, Everfast mistysheer for 
a girls' frock. For junior miss dresses, girls' 
dress. © May 11, 1945; KK 32071. 

Young cosmopolitans need ' special occasion 
dresses. Big welcome for our summer coolers. 
Good gray flannel with distinctive navy accents. 
For junior miss dresses, misses' hats and suit. 
© Apr, 20, 1945; KK 31575, 

Young winners. For misses' hats, © Mar. 9, 
1945; KK 31045. 

Better packages, inc, Shelton, Conn, 5006 

A, M. C, no. 2, When and how to safely use gum 
tape tear-off moisteners. For automatic moistening 
control and tear off, © Mar. 22, 1945; KK 31460. 

Bigelow-Sanford carpet co., inc., Thompsonville 
Conn, 5007, 5008 

For pile fabric floor covering: 

How to plan your beautiful room. ® Mar. 
20, 1945; KK 31302, 

See how easy it is! Plan your room from the 
floor up. © Apr, 25, 1945; KK 31800, 

Binney & Smith co.. New York, 5009 

The gold medal colored chalk color guide. For 

colored chalk crayons. © Apr. 12, 1945; KK 31847. 

Black drill co., Cleveland, 5010-5012 

For drills: 

In the hardening of 289 of these cutters. © 
Apr. 18, 1945; KK 31713. 

Roller bearing race shown here is one of 70. 
© Apr. 18, 1945; KK 31714. 

Hardsteel tipping of the work support blade. For 
drills, reamers, tool bits, etc. © Feb. 27^ 1945; 
KK 31104. 

Blatz brewing co., Milwaukee, 5013, 5014 

For beer: 

Good taste that never misses, © Mar, 30, 
1945; KK 31360, 

In harmony with good taste. © Feb, 28, 1945; 
KK 31358, 

Biickman (S.) inc, Weehawken, N. J, 5015 

Sizes and dimensions of Biickman coffee urns. 
For coffee urns. © Mar. 30, 1945; KK 31180. 



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Bluebell, inc., New York. 5016-5026 

For overalls and other work clothes: 

Eye openerl © Mar. 22, 1945; KK 31716. 

Guarantee that talks big, is big. © Feb. 15, 
1945; KK 30841. 

New size- tags that are always right side up. 
© Mar. 1, 1945; KK 30843. 

New tickets you can see a mile. © Feb. 23, 
ld45; KK 30842. 

Our post-war sales plans for work clothes will 
be built around qualitag! © Mar. 8, 1945; KK 30844. 

Our post-war work clothes volume will «oar 
upwards, thanks to qualitag! © Apr. 5, 1945; KK 
31718. 

Qualitag is informative labeling at its best! 
© Mar. 29, 1945; KK 31717. 

Tag that talks and sells quality. © Feb. 8, 
1945; KK 30840. 

Work clothes quality finds a new and better 
spokesman in qualitag! © Mar. 15, 1945; KK 30845. 
For overalls and other work clothing: 

For your post-war blue bells how about 
fabric? © Apr. 19, 1945; KK 31720. 

Qualitag is a vast new influence on brand 
preferences. © Apr. 12, 1945; KK 31719. 

Bon Ami co. , New York. 5027 

Any cleanser will clean. For cleanser. © Feb. 
20, 1945; KK 30932. 



Borden CO., New York. 5028-5066 

About fighting food. For milk. © Feb. 23, 1945; 
KK 31010. 

Borden's ice cream. Season's greetings. For 
ice cream. © Dec. 1, 1944; KK 30719. 

Come and get your healthful warmer-upper! For 
Borden's chocolate drink. © Feb. 5, 1945; KK 31005. 
Elsie has a big surprisefor you. For evaporated 
milk. © Mar. 10, 1944; KK 30881. 
For cheese: 

But, dear ! Aren't you being a trifle extravagant? 
© July 5, 1944; KK 31002. 

But, Elmer, are you sure the manager will 
like it? © Mar. 5, 1945; KK 30928. 

Cheese with a sharp Cheddar flavor! © Dec. 
26, 1944; KK 31779. 

If you don't know. © Mar. 30, 1945; KK 
31780, 

Look, mister, what cream cheese but Borden's 
wej-cut! © July 17, 1944; KK 31264. 

Meatless wonders. © Jan. 25, 1945; KK 31363. 
Two ways to spark up meatless meals. © 
Mar. 4, 1945; KK 31364. 

We kiss your hand, madam. © Sept. 8, 1944; 
KK 31267. 

For chocolate drink: 

Hooray! Hot Borden's chocolate. © Jan. 29, 
1945; KK 31004. 

Wheee! Hot Borden's chocolate drink. © 
Feb. 12, 1945; KK 31006. 

Yippee! Hot Borden's chocolate. © Feb. 19, 
1945; KK 31008. 

For dairy products: 

If it's Borden's, it's got to be good. © Mar. 
1, 1945; KK 31353. 

Menu making is merry making. © Feb. 18, 
1945; KK 30925. 

Mother warned me, sighed Elsie. © Mar. 2, 
1945; KK 30927. 



My relatives never got me any place. © 
Mar. 22, 1945; KK 31365. 

No, dear, I'm not a self-made woman. © 
Feb. 15, 1945; KK 30922. 

No, no, Beulah. There's only one. © Jan. 
28, 1945; KK 30921. 

Who is America's sweetheart. © Mar. 22, 
1945; KK 31011. 

Would you believe iti © Apr. 25, 1945; KK 
31784. 

For fluid milk: 

Do you know? © Feb. 15, 1945; KK 31007. 

Can you answer these? © Feb. 21, 1945 
KK 31009. 

For ice cream and milk sherbets: 

Mother Goose on the loose. © May 18, 1944 
KK 31261. 

Mother Goose on the loose. © May 18, 1944 
KK 32163. 

Mother Goose on the loose. © July 28, 1944 
KK 31265. 

Mother Goose on the loose. © Aug. 3, 1944 
KK 31266. 

For malted milk: 

But, lady dear, I'm no doctor! © Mar. 1, 
1945; KK 30926. 

Elmer's peppy as a rug-cutter now that he's 
drinking hemo. © Mar. 23, 1945; KK 31366. 

Gosh, it's no fun staying home. © Feb. 24, 
1945; KK 30924. 

I don't want to go out! © Apr. 2, 1945; KK 
31783. 

Why are some children such terrible cry 
babies? © Mar. 21, 1945; KK 31782. 

Melt- in-your- mouth goodness! For milk sher- 
bets. © Feb. 22, 1945; KK 30923. 

Step up food value of meals at low cost! For 
dry skim milk. © Mar. 13, 1945; KK 31781. 

Two nice things for brides. For homogenized 
vitamin Dmilk. © Nov. 15, 1944; KK 31362. 

Vitamins, vitamins, minerals too. For homogen- 
ized vitamin D fluid milk. © July 18, 1944; KK 
31361. 

Wonderful tasting, cream all through. For 
homogenized milk. © Aug. 15, 1944; KK 31003. 

Botany distributors. See Botany worsted mills, d. 
b. a. Botany distributors. 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N. J. 5067-5083 

Botany certified fabrics for home sewing. For 
fabrics. © Apr. 12, 1945; KK 31719. 

Botany certified fabrics for home sewing. For 
fabrics, clothing, yarn and cosmetics. © Jan. 19, 
1944; KK 31418. 

Botany 500 tailored by Daroff . For men's fabrics. 
© Mar. 14, 1945; KK 30725. 

Botany no-dye-lot yarns. For knitting yarns. 
© Feb. 15, 1945; KK 30882. 

For men's clothing: 

Botany 500 tailored by Daroff. © Apr. 15, 
1945; KK 31419. 

Botany 500 tropical worsted tailored by Daroff. 
© May 11, 1945; KK 32054. 
For neckties: 

Botany wrinkle-proof ties. © Mar. 14, 1945; 
KK 30724. 

Botany wrinkle-proof ties for Easter in 
planned patterns to go with whatever you .wear. 
© Mar. 21, 1945; KK 31142. 



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Botany wrinkle-proof ties in planned patterns. 
© Mar. 1, 1945; KK ?1818. 

Botany wrinkle-proof ties to go with his suits. 
© Mar. 1, 1945; KK 31844. 

For woolen and worsted piece goods: 

Botany. © Jan. 20, 1945; KK 31730. 

Botany. © Feb. 20, 1945; KK 31731. 

Botany. © Feb. 23, 1945; KK 31732. 

Botany. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 31733. 

Botany. © Mar. 20, 1945; KK 31734. 

Botany woolens. By gosh, he does recognize 
Botany's superior sheep. © Feb. 15, 1945; KK 31736. 

Botany woolens. She's either got a powerful 
will or a Botany suit. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 31735. 

Botany worsted mills, d. b. a. Botany distributors, 
Passaic, N. J. 5084 

Botany lanolin. For cosmetics. © Mar. 1, 

1945; KK 30813. 

Brasco mfg. co., Harvey, 111. 5085 

Complete line for every design. For store 
fronts. © Mar. 15, 1945; KK 31683. 

Briggs mfg. co., Detroit, New York. 5086, 5087 

For plumbing ware: 

Family foursome, that's our new bathroom. 
© Jan. n, 1945; KK 31082. 

Sure it's an eyeful, let's cut it to fitl © Apr. 
28, 1945; KK 31301. 

Browning King & co.. New York. 5088 

New sport jackets with a pedigree and a person- 
ality. For men's wear. © Apr. 27, 1945; KK 31822. 

Bruce (E. L.) co., Memphis, Tenn. 5089 

Bruce floor cleaner. For cleaner for wood floors 
and linoleum. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 31284. 

Burns (Ruth Snow) Cambridge, Mass. 5090 

New bread. For honey-krushed wheat bread. 
© Feb. 19, 1945; KK 30717. 

Bussmann mfg. co. div. McGraw electric co. See 
McGraw electric co. Bussmann mfg. co. div. 

California fruit growers exchange. Products dept., 
Ontario, Calif. 5091-5093 

America's favorites. For fruit juice bases for 

bottled beverages. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 30913. 
For pectin: 

Finest jelly candies are made with exchange 

citrus pectin. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 31196. 

Pectin always up to grade. Made to exacting 

specifications. Assuring uniform set. © Dec. 

30, 1944; KK 30912. 

California spray-chemical Corp., Richmond, Calif. 

5094 
Ortho garden spray guide. For garden sprays. © 
Apr. 12, 1945; KK 81773. 

Campbell (Horace L.), d. b. a. Illinois state hatch- 
eries, Springfield, 111. 5095 
Dope sheet. For chicks, hatching eggs, poultry 

supplies. © Mar. 26, 1945; KK 31001. 



Cessna aircraft co., Wichita, Kan. 5096, 5097 

For aircraft: 

Curtain time 8:40, 550 miles away. ® Mar. 
3, 1944; KK 31415. 



Solved I The problem of the A card salesman 
with the T card territory. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 
31504. 

Chelsea clock co., Chelsea, Mass. 5098 

Map of the Philippines. For clocks. © Dec. 
4, 1944; KK 30807. 

Clalrol, Inc., Stamford, Conn. 5099-5106 

For shampoo tint: 

Ignored because your hair Is gray? © Dec. 
20, 1943; KK 31508. 

Look years younger. © Mar. 20, 1945; KK 
31171. 

Look years younger. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 
31304. 

Neglected because your hair Is gray? © 
Dec. 25, 1943; KK 31509. 

Oiit of things because your hair Is gray? © 
Jan. 14, 1944; KK 31510. 

Pitied because your hair Is gray? © Feb. 
18, 1945; KK 31511. 

Spring Is gay, spring Is lovely. © Mar. 15, 
1945; KK 31170. 

Get to know the Clalrol family. For Clalrol 
retail products, shampoo tints, bleach brilllantine, 
shampoo, etc. © Apr. 17, 1945; KK 31673. 

Clark grave vault co., Columbus, O. 5107 

There's so much we want to know. For Clark 
grave vaults. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 30741. 

Clorox chemical co., Oakland, Calif. 5108-5117 
For household bleach and disinfectant: 

Clorox-clean bathrooms, a basic step in 
home health protection. © Feb. 23, 1945; KK 
30943. 

Clorox-clean bathrooms, for greater home 
health defense. © Jan. 14, 1945; KK 30939. 

Clorox-clean dishcloths are fresh-smelling, 
and more important, sanitaryl © Mar. 28, 1945; 
KK 31210. 

Clorox-clean floors. Important In home 
health defense. © Feb. 18, 1945; KK 30942. 

Clorox for whiter, brighter washes. Sanitary, 
tool © Jan. 26, 1945; KK 30940. 

Lucky youl New linens 1 ® Mar. 16, 1945; 
KK 31208. 

Making your bathroom hyglenlcally clean. 
That's a good Ideal © Mar. 23, 1945; KK 31209. 

Mother, our teacher says home sanitation 
Is Important to health protectloni © Mar. 30, 1945; 
KK 31211. 

My, how do you get your wash so snowy-white I 
© Mar. 18, 1945; KK 30941. 

There's greater family health protection when 
home danger zones are Clorox clean 1 © Mar. 9, 
1945; KK 31207. 

Clover parts CO., New York. 5118 

Rebuilding parts for voltage regulators. For 

rebuilding parts for voltage regulators. © Mar. 
23, 1945; KK 31347. 

Coca-cola co., Wilmington, DeL 5119-5132 

For soft drink: 

AUes van die beste. Have a coke. All the 
best. South Afrtca, no. 5. © Mar. 6, 1945; KK 
31216. 

Here it Is, have a Coca- cola. Conference. 
© Mar. 15, 1945; KK 31220. 



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Here's the winning bid, have a Coca-cola. 
Bridge game. © Mar. 13, 1946; KK 31218. 

Here's the winning bid, have a Coca-cola. 
Bridge game. © Mar. 14, 1945; KK 31219. 

Hold everything. Have a coke. Corn popping. 
© Mar. 22, 1945; KK 31688. 

It's a hummer. Have a coke. Gycd dance. 
© Mar. 8. 1945; KK 31217. 

Let s raid the icebox. Have a Coca-cola. A 
way to make a party. Teen-age kitchen. © Mar. 
28, 1945; KK 31689. 

Let's raid the icebox. Have a Coca-cola. 
Teen-age kitchen. © Mar. 28, 1945; KK 31690. 

Musica maestro. Have a coke. Cuba no. 3. 
Make with the music. © Apr. 4, 1945; KK 31692. 

Neighborhood meeting place. TwQ pigtail 
girls at fountain. © Mar. 31, 1945; KK 31241. 

T'es le bienvenu, vieux frere, have a coke. 
Greetings, old man. Coast guard. © Mar. 20, 1945; 
KK 31221. 

T'es le bienvenu, vieux frere, have a coke. 
Greetings, old man. Coast guard. © Mar. 21, 
1945; KK 31222. 

Time to knock off. Have a coke. Factory 
whistle. © Mar. 31, 1945; KK 31691. 

You can count on It. © May 11, 1945; KK 
32137. 

Cointreau, ltd., Pennington, N. J. 5133 

New light on an old world favorite, Cointreau. 
For after-dinner liqueur. © Mar. 31, 1945; KK 
31365. 

Cole of California, inc., Los Angeles. 5134-5136 
For beachwear: 

Big and little swooner, LA-4. © Apr. 1, 1945; 
KK 31801. 

Swoon-glo, LA-3. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 31841. 
Maybe we ought to be sorry, LA-14-A. For 
swim suits. © Mar. 7, 1945; KK 31027. 

Coles (Dorothy Zanditon) Port Chester, N. Y. 5137 
Mexicomb and spanette. For hair ornaments. 
© Mar. 22, 1945; KK 31118. 

Columbia mailable castings corp., Columbia, Pa. 

5138 
Superseal. For appliance connectors. © Apr. 
20, 1945; KK 31672. 

Columbia pictures Corp., New York. 5139-5146 

For stills, posters, window cards, lobby display 
cards, slides and mats: 

Boston Blackie booked on suspicion. © Apr. 13. 
1945; KK 31702. 

Both barrels blazing. © Apr. 24, 1945; KK 
32125 

Counter-attack. © Apr. 28, 1945; KK 32127. 

Guy, a gal anda pal. © Feb. 7, 1945; KK 31201. 

Powder of the Wh^tler. © Mar. 15, 1945; 
KK 31203. 

Rough ridin' justice. © Feb. 22, 1945; KK 
31202 

Ten cents a^ dance. © Apr. 24, 1945; KK 
32126. 

You can't do without love. © Apr. 11, 1945; 
KK 31701. 

Combustion equipment div. Todd shipyards corp. 
See Todd shipyards corp. Combustion equip- 
ment div. 

Corn products refining co., New York. 5147 

When you think of Columbus. For food-energy 
sugar. © Mar. 20, 1945; KK 31155. 



Corn products sales co.. New York. 5148-5151 

For dessert: 

Burglar is downstairs eating the last piece. 
© Mar. 3, 1945; KK 30744. 

This would have kept us in kre-mel dessert 
for years. © Mar. 31, 1945; KK 31417. 
For salad oil: 

Dixie fish fry dinner. © Mar. 20, 1945; 
KK 31156. 

Hearty party, buffet. © Feb. 28, 194S; KK 
30918. 

Corning glass works, New York. 5152 

Pyrexware cooking quiz. For household glass- 
ware. © Mar. 18, 1945; KK 30873. 

Coronet toy mfg. co., Seattle. 5153 

Coronet. They're here. For stuffed toy animals. 
© Dec. 22, 1944; KK 30871. ' 

Cory glass coffee brewer co., Chicago. 5154 

Of course it's a Cory. For coffee brewer. © 
Feb. 26, 1945; KK 31227. 

Crescent bronze powder co., Chicago. 5155 

Guide to using aluminum paint. For aluminum 
paint. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 31016. 

Cresta Blanca wine co., Los Angeles. 5156-5160 
For beverage: 

Are women good wine customers? © Aug. 
14, 1944; KK 31600. 

Do liquor drinkers also buy wine? © Nov. 
13, 1944; KK 31603. 

How many kinds of wine does one man buy? 
© Sept. 11, 1944; KK 31602. 

How old is a wine drinker? © July 24, 19^4; 
KK 31599. 

What kind of work do wine drinkers do? © 
Aug. 28, 1944; KK 31601. 

Culver aircraft corp., Wichita. 5161, 5162 

For airplanes: 

tVale la pena esperar I © June 20, 1943; KK 
30849. 

Worth waiting for news, no. 2, wood. © Feb. 
1, 1945; KK 30729. 

Daprato statuary co., Chicago. 5163 

Byes front. For sanctuary furnishings. © Apr. 
4, 1945; KK 31200. 

Davison chemical Corp., Baltimoie. 5164 

Protect precision tools and instruments. For 
Davison silica gel air dryer. © Apr. 17, 1945; 
KK 31549. 

Decca records, inc., New York. 5165 

We've set our needle In a new grove. For records. 
© Apr. 8, 1945; KK 31416. 

DeSanno (A. P.) & son, inc., Phoenixville, Pa. 5166 
Brother, what a wheel. For abrasive wheel. © 
Jan. 15, 1945; KK 31161. 

Destln (Farel) corp.. New York. 5167 

When she smiles, but doesn't tell. For cos- 
metics. © Nov. 15, 1943; KK 31293. 



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Dick (A. B.) CO., Chicago. 5168-5174 

For stencil duplicators and supplies: 

Clear, crisp, clean, b Mar. 1, 1945; KK 
30868. 

Extra string for their bow. © Feb. 15, 1945; 
KK 30865. 

For management. © Feb. 24, 1945; KK 30867. 

Many copies in few seconds. © Feb. 1, 1945; 
KK 30863. 

Rendezvous. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30864. 

Vendor's shipping documents. © Mar. 9, 1945; 
KK 30869. 

What mimeograph stands for. © Feb. 15, 
1945; KK 30866. 

Dlversey corp., Chicago. 5175, 5176 

Clean milk or cleaned milk? For bactericide 

disinfectant and cleanser. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 

31559. 

Relion. For bottle washing compounds. © Mar. 

1, 1945; KK 31031. 

Dr. Grabow pipe co., inc., Chicago. 5177 

How to sell Dr. Grabow pipes the easy way. For 
pipes. © Feb. 10, 1945; KK 30848. 

Doho chemical corp., New York. 5178 

Influenzal otitis. For medicinal product. © 
Mar. 1, 1945; KK 30726. 

Drackett co., Cincinnati. 5179-5181 

For liquid to clean window panes: 

New neighbor saves labor! © Mar. 2, 1945; 
KK 31863. 

Set the scene. © Feb. 9, 1945; KK 30969. 

Welcome sweet springtime. © Apr. 6, 1945; 
KK 31864. 

D\ibonnet corp.. New York. 5182-5188 

For beverage: 

How many ways can Dubonnet be served? © 
Nov. 11, 1944; KK 31598. 

It's smart to say - I'll take Dubonnet. .© Oct. 

5, 1944; KK 31592. 

It's smart to say - I'll take Dubonnet. © 
Nov. 1, 1944; KK 31594. 

What does Dubonnet taste like? © Oct. 30, 
1944; KK 31593. 

What is Dubonnet? © Nov. 3, 1944; KK 
31595. 

When is it Dubonnet time? © Nov. 8, 1944; 
KK 31597. 

Why does Dubonnet taste so different? © 
Nov. 6, 1944; KK 31596. 

DuMont (Allen B.) laboratories, inc., New York. 

5189-5192 
For electronic equipment and television: 

If you have television on your mind. © Mar. 

6, 1945; KK 31250. 

If you have television on your mind. © Mar. 

7, 1945; KK 31251. 

Television will topple the tower of Babel. 
© Feb. 27, 1945; KK 31248. 

Time for television. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 
31249. 

Durham mfg. corp., Muncle, Ind. 5193, 5194 

For metal furniture: 

Accent on the positive. © Mar. 8, 1945; KK 
30914. 



Behind the man behind the gun. © Mar. 22, 
1945; KK 31168. 

Eisenberg (Sidney A.), d. b. a. Fluorescent fixture 
& supply CO., Cleveland. 5195 

Good sign to go buy. For fluorescent lighting 

fixtures. © Mar. 11, 1945; KK 31188. 

Electric boat co.. New York. 5196 
Strangle hold by the deep sea arm. For sub- 
marines, PTs and motors. © Nov, 15, 1944; KK 
31562. 

Electric household utilities corp. Hurley machine 
div., Chicago. 5197, 5198 

For ironing machine: 

If your husband did the ironing just once, he'd 
sign up for the Thor Gladiron tomorrow! © Apr. 
27, 1945; KK 31803. 

Thor Gladiron irons shirts so amazingly 
because the patented roller was built for sleeves-. 
© Feb. 24, 1945; KK 30765. 

Electro-technical products, inc., Nutley, N. J. 5199 
Electro-technical. For electrical insulation 
fabrics and papers. © Mar. 19, 1945; KK 31107. 

Englander co., Chicago. 5200 

Miracle of sleeping comfort. For mattresses. 
© Apr. 5, 1945; KK 33026. 

Ethyl Corp., New York. 5201-5203 

For gasoline: 

Softening up Japan. © Dec. 27, 1944; KK 
31590. 

Tanker after tanker. © Nov. 30, 1944; KK 
31588. 

What's your rank? © Dec. 24, 1944; KK 31589. 

Everitt hat co., Milwaukee. 5204-5206 

For ladies' hats: 

Needlepoint and spunwoven. © Mar. 10, 1945; 
KK 31186. 

Needlepoint is new! © Oct. 10, 1943; KK 
31332. 

Needlepoint is new ! For ladies' hats, handbags 
and scarves. © Nov. 10, 1943; KK 32164. 

Eversharp, inc., Chicago. 5207 

Eversharp always answers the $64 question. 

For fountain pen and pencil. © Mar. 16, 1945; KK 
30947. 

Exhibit supply co., Chicago. 5208, 5209 

For cards sold by means of vending machines: 

Kiss-o-meter. © Mar. 21, 1945; KK 31030. 

Merry go round of love. © Max. 12, 1945; 
KK 30733. 

Fairbanks, Morse & co., Chicago. 5210 

Fairbanks -Morse approved figure 6920F turbine 
fire pumps. For pumps. © July 17, 1944; KK 
31289. 

Fairmont railway motors, inc., Fairinont, Minn. 

5211-5218 

Ball bearing motor car engine, the Fairmont 

OD, series B, 5 to 8 h. p. Bulletin 497. For motor 

car engine for railroads. © Sept. 20, 1944; KK 31344. 



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Fairmont bolt breaker. For bolt breaker. © 
Mar. 5, 1945; KK 31384. 

Fairmont high speed spot board. Bulletin 511. 
For spot board for railroads. © Apr. 15, 1944; KK 
31336. 

Fairmont QBA series B, ball bearing motor car 
engine. Bulletin 500. For ball bearing motor car 
engines for railroads. © Sept. 20, 1945; KK 31339. 

Fairmont QBA series E, ball bearing motor car 
engine, 8 to 13 h. p. Bulletin 501. For ball bearing 
motor car engine for railroads. © Sept. 20, 1944; 
KK 31340. 

Fairmont RQ series C, roller bearing motor car 
engine, 8 to 13 h. p. Bulletin 499. For roller bearing 
motor car engines for railroads. © Sept. 20, 1944; 
KK 31338. 

Fairmont track motor cars and work equipment. 
Bulletin 526. For track motor cars. © Jan 20, 
1945; KK 31346. 

Fairmont W61 series A oil sprayer. Bulletin 
523. For oil sprayer. © Jan. 15, 1945; KK 31345. 

Feedrail corp., New York. 5219, 5220 

For electric feedrail: 

Electric feedrail, data bulletin no. 5, for 
flexible layouts. © Mar. 8, 1945; KK 31383. 

Flexible layouts with electric feedrail. © 
Jan. 31, 1945; KK 31316. 

Feldon (Richard A.) & Singer (Erik R.), d. b. a. 
Richard A. Feldon & co., New York. 5221, 5222 
For comic magazines: 

National comics group. Adventure. © July 
14, 1944; KK 31159. 

National comics group. Technique. © Sept. 
11, 1944; KK 31160. 

Feldon (Richard A.) & co. See Feldon (Richard 
A.) & Singer (Erik R.), d. b. a. Richard A. 
Feldon & co. 

Finch (Joseph S.) & co.. New York. 5223-5225 

For liquor: 

Choice of a lifetime. © Mar. 4, 1945; KK 
31083. 

Choice of a lifetime. © Mar. 16, 1945; KK 
31275. 

Choice of a lifetime. © Mar. 22, 1945; 
KK 31276. 

Firestone tire & rubber co., Akron, O. 5226 

Cleats for frozen fields. For airplane tires. 
© Nov. 15, 1943; KK 31387. 

First industrial corp. Micro switch div., Freeport, 
111. 5227, 5228 

For precision electric switches: 

Basic Micro switches split contact designs. 
Data sheet 32. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 30270. 

Temp-cop thermal device. Data sheet 33. 
© Dec. 18, 1944; KK 30264. 

Fluorescent fixture & supply co. See Elsenberg 
(Sidney A.), d. b. a. Fluorescent fixture & supply 

CO. 

Friedman (William), d. b. a. United print shop, 
New York. 5229, 5230 

For fur promotion folder:' 

Fur storage, 345. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 31214. 



Protect and preserve your precious furs, 
245. © Mar. 1, 1945;,KK 31213. 

Fritzsche bros,, inc., New York. 5231, 5232 

Fables and facts about foods and flavors. For 

food and beverage flavors. © Apr. 2. 1945: KK 

31374. 

Fd,bles and facts about foods and flavors. For 

food flavors. © Mar. 5, 1945; KK 30870. 

Gaines food co., inc., Sherburne, N. Y. 5233-5235 
For dog food: 

Big dogs, little dogs. © Feb. 24, 1945; KK 
31458. 

Picture of health! © Apr. 27, 1945; KK 31865. 

Wanted by your dog, the food that nourishes 
every inch of him. © Mar. 30, 1945; KK 31162. 

Gartner & Bender, inc., Chicago. 5236 

Greet your neighbor! For greeting cards. © 
Feb. 10, 1945; KK 30917. 



General chemical co., New York. 5237 

Basic chemicals for American industry. For 
chemicals. © Mar. 9, 1945; KK 30860. 

General electric co. See American locomotive co. 

General foods corp., New York, 5238-5240 

How grandma's recipe became a legend. For 

chili, sauce. © Mar. 30, 1945; KK 31270. 

What! You haven't tried a swans down mix-easy 

cake? For cake flour, © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 31295. 
You have to start with super tomatoes to end 

with Snider's catsup. For catsup. © May 4, 1945; 

KK 32046. 

General hydrotechnic co.. New York. 5241 

Here it is, Mr, Manufacturer. For sprinklers, 
© Apr. 7, 1945; KK 31619. 



General mills, inc., Minneapolis. 5242-5263 

For cereal: 

Have you heard? An oat cereal all ready to 
eat, © Feb. 18, 1945; KK 30821, 

Heard about it? An oat cereal ready to eat! 
© Apr. 8, 1945; KK 31661, 

It's at your grocer's - an oat cereal all ready 
to eat! © Mar. 18, 1945; KK 31657. 

Jeepers, what a tasty dish! © Feb. 18, 1945; 
KK 30822, 

Sit up, world and look! © Feb, 4, 1945; KK 
30819. 

Take your choice, they're both surprises! 
© Mar. 16 1945; KK 31656. 

That s my family bouncing out of bed for klx! 
© Mar. 4, 1945; KK 30826. 

This kind of breakfast's in the groove! © 
Apr. 15, 1945; KK 31662, 

Up? Definitely! Pleasure in eating break- 
fast can go up. © Mar. 25, 1945; KK 31659. 

Whoops ! Young speed demons burn up energy 
but fast! © Mar. 10, 1945; KK 31653. 
For flour: 

Cocoa divinity cake, © Feb. 10, 1945; KK 
30820, 

Fresh orange layer cake, © Feb. 20, 1945; 
KK 30824. 



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Marble layer cake. © Mar. 10, 1945; KK 
31654. 

Temptation spice cake. © Jan. 26, 1945; KK 
30818. 

Temptation spice cake. © Feb. 21, 1945; KK 
30825. 

For food products: 

Medicines made from wheat I © Feb. 19, 1945; 
KK 30823. 

Picture of a promising crop. © Mar. 19, 
1945; KK 31658. 

Please pass the monosodium glutamate! © 
Jan. 15, 1945; KK 30817. 

Soldier, meet a new employer. © Mar. 7, 
1945; KK 30827. 

To the man who wanted to marry Betty Crocker. 
© Apr. 4, 1945; KK 31660. 
For soup: 

New! At your grocer's, Betty Crocker 
quality, what a difference that makes! © Mar. 4, 
1945; KK 31652. 

New! At your grocer's. Betty Crocker quality, 
what a difference that makes! ® Mar. 11, 1945; 
KK 31655. 

Gerber products co., Fremont, Mich. 5264-5266 
For baby foods: 

Look every mother knows. © Mar. 29, 1945; 
KK 31842. 

Plenty of iron. © Apr. 25, 1945; KK 31843. 

Well-fed, I know all about that. © Apr. 20, 
1945; KK 31513. 

Glidden co., Cleveland. 5267-5269 

For wall paint: 

It's free! New handy book on farm painting. 
© Mar. 19, 1945; KK 30993. 

Paint dingy walls with spred colors. © Mar. 
10, 1945; KK 31195. 

Paint your walls in these spred colors. © Feb. 
19, 1945; KK 30992. 

Gorham co.. Providence. 5270-5274 

For sterling silver: 

Desire for sterling reported keen. © Sept. 
10, 1944; KK 30720. 

Fill out your sterling. © D^^c. 30, 1944; 
KK 30722. 

For our house, sterling. © Nov. 30, 1944; 
KK 30721. 

Great grandmother's daughter. Great grand- 
mother's sterling. © Oct. 29, 1944; KK 31326. 

One above all. © Feb. 23, 1945; KK 30723, 

Granat bros., San Francisco. 5275-5280 

For diamond rings: 

Alone and dreaming. © Apr, 22, 1945; KK 
31840. 

April, the diamond month. © Mar. 25, 1945 
KK 31146. 

April, the diamond month. © Apr. 1, 1945 
KK 31258. 

April, the diamond month. © Apr. 8, 1945 
KK 31434. 

Matchmates. © Apr. 15, 1945; KK 31677. 
Men's wedding rings. For wedding rii^s. © 
Mar. 11, 1945; KK 30839. 

Grapette co., Camden, Ark. 5281 

It's the little bottle In the big money! For soft 
drink. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 30886, 



Gray (Dorothy) ltd.. New York. 5282-5286 

For cosmetics: 

Bright star in the dim-out. © Mar. 18, 1945; 
KK 30965. 

I can't take my eyes off you, he said. © 
Apr. 1, 1945; KK 31309. 

It gives your lips the dreamiest soft look. 
© Mar. 1, 1945; KK 31021. 

It's the prettiest, springiest, yoimgest shade. 
© Mar. 23, 1945; KK 31310. 

You're so pretty in Dorothy Gray finisheen. 
© Apr. 8, 1945; KK 31308. 

Gray & co., Minneapolis. 5287 

Ol' Softie. For water softening equipment and 
supplies. © Mar. 7, 1945; KK 31791. 

Gruen watch co.. New York. 5288 

Absolutely, said the stylists. For watches. © 
Mar. 1, 1945; KK 30934. 

Guth (Edwin F.) co., St. Louis. 5289, 5290 

Guth germ-killing lights for personal protection, 

folder 800. For germicidal lamp fixtures. © Feb. 

23, 1945; KK 30883. 

Guth germ-killing lights for poultry, meats, 

dairy products. For fixtures for germicidal lamps. 

© Mar. 22, 1945; KK 31306, 

Hamilton watch co., Lancaster, Pa, 5291 

Hamilton ne^s letter. For news mats and watches, 
© Mar, 5, 1945; KK 31111, 

Hammond instrument co,, Chicago, £292 

Say Mary, you're good too. For electric organ. 
© Feb, 25, 1945; KK 30976, 

Hanley (James) co., Providence. 5293-5296 

For ale: 

Hanley's of New England. Girl fishing, © 
Apr. 1, 1945; KK 32397. 

Hanley's of New England, Perfect in every 
detail. Bottle and glass, © Apr. 1, 1945;KK 32395. 

Hanley's of New England, Perfect in every 
detail. Dog, © Apr, 1, 1945; KK 32396. 

More and more people say Hanley's. Prov- 
idence scene. © Apr, 4, 1945; KK 31287. 

Harder fixture Corp., Cobleskill, N. Y. 5297 

Harder home freezer. For home and farm 
freezers. © Apr. 9, 1945; KK 31641. 

Harper-Wyman co,, Chicago. 5298, 5299 

For burner system for gas stoves: 

What woman wills, will be. She wanted a 
closed car and got it. © May 3, 1945; KK 32160. 

What woman wills, will be. She wanted running 
water and got it. © Apr. 5, 1945; KK 32159. 

Heller-Deltah co., New York, 5300 

Irresistible and quite imderstandable fascination. 
For pearl reproductions. © Apr. 24, 1945; KK 
31729, 

Henry, Leonard & Thomas, inc., Ozone Park, N. Y. 

5301 
Some men select a pipe for style alone. For pipes. 
© Feb. 1, 1944; KK 31368. 

Hercules powder co., Wilmington, Del. 5302-5304 
Hercules pentalyn resins. For pentalyn resins. 
© Feb, 9, 1945; KK 30885. 



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Staybelite ester 10, its use in neoprene latex 
adhesives. For staybelite ester 10. © Feb. 5, 
1945; KK 30884. 

Stickiness that sticks. For chemicals. © Mar. 

22, 1945; KK 30915. 

Hilton-Hargett servital co., Cincinnati. 5305 

Jobber list. Vitalitoys. For miracle motion 
toys. © Apr. 2, 1945; KK 32044. 

Hirestra laboratories, inc.. New York. 5306-5313 
For hand lotion, cosmetic: 

Help nature bring back beauty to your hands. 
© Apr. 20, 1945; KK 31848. 

Help nature improve your hand skin. © 
Mar. 20, 1945; KK 31099. 

Help nature make your hand skin alluringly 
younger. © Mar. 4, 1945; KK 30909. 

It's here, the new, different way to help 
nature beautify your -hand skin. © Mar. 11, 1945; 
KK 30910. 

Put mother nature to work beautifying your 
hands. © Apr. 8, 1945; KK 31887. 

Try helping nature beautify your hands. © 
Mar. 21, 1945; KK 31100. 

Help nature endow you with more youthful skin 
beauty. For face cream, cosmetic. © May 1, 1945; 
KK 31871. 

Try nature's way to lovelier, younger hand skin. 
For hand cream, cosmetic. © Mar. 13, 1945; KK 
30911. 

Holmes (Archibald) & son, Philadelphia. 5314 

Save this idea for your dream home. For Wilton 
rugs. © Mar. 23, 1945; KK 31169. 

Holmes & Edwards div. International silver co. 
See International silver co. Holmes & Edwards 
div. 

House of vision, Chicago. 5315-5343 

For glasses: 

All things considered for perfect glasses. 
© Mar. 1, 1945; KK 31408. 

Are you dated by your glasses? © Apr. 26, 
1945; KK 32059. 

Are your lenses sighted right? © Mar. 19, 
1945; KK 31412. 

As potent as perfume, glasses to fit your 
mood. © May 7, 1945; KK 32062. 

Baffled by bifocals? © Jan 11, 1945; KK 
31394. 

Comfort counts in makli^ glasses compli- 
mentary. © Feb. 19, 1945; KK 31406. 

Do your lenses have a lemon peel finish? 
© Mar. 5, 1945; KK 31409. 

Even a major correction needn't look unsightly. 
© Feb. 26, 1945; KK 31407. 

Fade away or feature your glasses. © Apr. 19, 
1945; KK 32057. 

Glamour and glasses can share the same face. 
© Apr. 23, 1945; KK 32058. 

Glasses to fit your eyes, ears, nose. © Mar, 

23, 1945; KK 31413. 

Lashes versus lenses. © Mar. 12, 1945; 
KK 31410. 

Make your glasses part of your make-up. 
© May 3, 1945; KK 32061. 

New face with every pair of glasses. © Apr. 
16, 1945; KK 32056. 

New slant in glasses. © Apr. 30, 1945; KK 
32060. 



Perfect adjustment paid the customer, and 
us. © Apr. 9, 1945; KK 32055. 

Precision a big word, a big factor In glasses. 
© Jan. 29, 1945; KK 31398. 

Seeing is believing in your optician. © Jan. 
25, 1945; KK 31399. 

Take your doctor's word for It. © Feb. 5, 
1945; KK 31401. 

There's more to our business than making 
glasses. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 31400. 

Trifocals, a step beyond bifocals. © Jan. 
16, 1945; KK 31395. 

Trifocals next best to nature. © Jan. 18, 
1945; KK 31396. 

We make perfect glasses, notpretty speeches. 
© Mar. 15, 1945; KK 31411. 

You see the difference in technically perfect 
glasses. © Feb. 8, 1945; KK 31402. 

Your glasses a la carte. © Feb. 15, 1945; 
KK 31404. 

Your glasses appear a part of you. © Feb. 
22, 1945; KK 31405. 

Your glasses made especially for you. © 
Feb. 13, 1945; KK 31403. 

Your glasses put your eyes on the level. © 
Mar. 26, 1945; KK 31414. 

Your job may demand trifocals. © Jan. 22, 
1945; KK 31397. 

Hudnut (Richard), d. b. a. Richard Hudnut salon, 
New York. 5344 

Cinderellas go to town. For courses in beauty 

lessons. © Mar, 13, 1945; KK 30872. 

Hudnut (Richard) salon. See Hudnut (Richard), 
d. b. a. Richard Hudnut salon. 

Hurley machine div. Electric household utilities 
Corp. See Electric household utilities corp. 
Hurley machine div. 

Illinois state hatcheries. See Campbell (Horace 
L.), d. b. a. Illinois state hatcheries. 

InQ)erial paper & color corp., Glens Falls, N. Y. 

5345 
Want to modernize your home? For wallpaper. 
© Feb, 23, 1945; KK 31703. 

Indiana steel products co., Chicago. 5346 

Electric current from mechanical energy through 
permanent magnets. For permanent magnets. © 
Apr, 6, 1945; KK 31888. 

International cellucotton products co., Chicago. 

5347-5351 
For kleen6x tissues: 

Little Lulu. © Jan. 28, 1945; KK 30832. 
Little Lulu. © Feb. 2, 1945; KK 30847. 
Little Lulu. © Feb. 25, 1945; KK 30833. 
Little Lulu.- © Mar. 7, 1945; KK 30966. 
Little Lulu, © Mar. 25, 1945; KK 31023. 

International silver co., Meriden, Conn. 

5352, 5353 
For sterling silverware: 

Don't ever doubt me. © Mar. 16, 1945; KK 
31856. 

Ready to meet. © Feb. 9, 1945; KK 30975. 

International silver co. Holmes & Edwards div., 
Meriden, Conn. 5354-5364 

For sterling inlaid silverplate: 

All I said was, we were looking for a couple 

of people. © Mar. 19, 1945; KK 31173. 



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And If you are about to be married, keep 
these in mind tool © Apr, 6, 1945; KK 31423. 

Black line represents my silverware business 
before the war. © Apr. 14, 1945; KK 31763. 

I'm just waiting. © Feb. 28, 1945; KK 30764. 

I'm thinking of a clever idea. © Apr, 6, 1945; 
KK 31355. 

My grandmother's silverware. © Apr, 18, 
1945; KK 31764. 

My mind's on these. © Feb, 21, 1945; KK 
30763. 

Nothing but these for mel ® Apr. 4, 1945; 
KK 31422. 

Promise to my best table linen. © Mar. 20, 
1945; KK 31158. 

Thoughts of wedding bells, © Apr, 20, 1945; 
KK 31789. 

Today's home planners. © Mar, 5, 1945; 
KK 31091. 



Interwoven stocking co., New Brunswick, N. J. 



5365 



World famous. For men's socks, © Mar. 23, 
1945; KK 31846. 

Iron-a-label co. See Beard (Earl L.) jr., d. b. a. 
Iron-a-label co. 

Jaquet, inc.. New York. 5366 

Sunday best. For cosmetics. © Mar, 1, 1945; 
KK 31305. 



Johansen bros. shoe co., inc., St, Louis, 5367 

Johansen shoes. For ladies' shoes, © Apr. 1, 
1945; KK 31443, 

Johnson (Walter H,) candy co., Chicago, 5368-5370 
For candy bar: 

Don't lose your bearings, ma'am, ® Mar, 
19, 1945; KK 31184. 

Don't take a-fence, ma'am. © Mar, 26, 1945; 
KK 31282. 

Pull yourself together ma'am. © Mar. 5, 1945; 
KK 30728, 

Johnson & Johnson, New Bnmswick, N. J. 5371-5373 
And this might have been prevented. For dispos- 
able diapers, © Mar. 15, 1945; KK 31286, 

Franklin Martin, 1857-1935. For surgical 
tantalum. © Jan, 3, 1945; KK 30800, 

John M. T, Finney, 1863-1942. For sutures, 
© Mar, 1, 1945; KK 31285. 

Johnson gear & mfg. co., Berkeley, Calif. 5374 

Low cost water, 24 hours a day. For Johnson 
right angle drive, © Nov. 1, 1944; KK 31136. 

Jones & Laughlin steel Corp., Pittsburgh, 5375 

Mighty steel tide flows on the rails. For steel, 
© Mar, 22, 1945; KK 31028. 

Kahn (David) inc., North Bergen, N. J. 5376 

Wearever Zenith, telescope precision. For 
fountain pens and mechanical pencils. © Mar. 29, 
1945; KK 31369, 

Kellogg CO., Battle Creek, 5377 

Get set now for bigger Kellogg's all-bran sales. 
For cereal breakfast foods. © Nov. 10, 1943; KK 
31514, 



Kellogg sales co,. Battle Creek. 5378 

Kellogg's cereal profit calculator. For cereal 
breakfast foods. © Feb, 23, 1945; KK 30651. 

Keystone refractories co.. New York. 5379 

Karbo, silicon carbide plastic refractory. For 
refractory material. © Apr. 10, 1945; KK 31472. 

King leathers, inc., Indiana, Pa. 5380 

At last a big enough billfold. It's king size. 
For billfold, © Mar. 14, 1945; KK 30919. 

Kops bros,, inc.. New York. 5381-5385 

For foundation garments: 

As cooperative as a ventriloquist's dummy. 
© Mar. 28, 1945; KK 31224. 

As dependable as a fiance. © Mar. 19, 1945; 
KK 30862. 

As efficient as a perfect hostess. © Mar. 13, 
1945; KK 30727. 

As youthful as a first crush. © Apr. 3, 1945; 
KK 31223. 

Our family tree has many roots. © Mar. 7, 
1945; KK 31137, 

Korfund co,, inc., Long Island City, N. Y. 5386 

Korfund vibration control, elasto-rib. For 
vibration control apparatus. © Mar. 30, 1945; 
KK 31769. 

Kraft cheese CO., Chicago. 5387-5390 

For cheese: 

You can depend on Kraft quality. © Feb. 15, 
1945; KK 30888. 

You can depend on Kraft quality. © Mar. 11, 
1945; KK 31629. 

You can depend on Kraft quality. © Mar. 15, 
1945; KK 31630. 

"You can depend on Kraft quality. For cheese 
and macaroni. © Feb. 11, 1945; KK 30887, 

Kraupner & Kraupner, inc, Brooklyn, 5391 

Kay's medicated ointment. For ointments. © 
Apr. 17, 1945; KK 31470. 

Lambert bros. jewelers, inc.. New York. 5392-5396 

Are you ignoring this chance? For old gold. 
© Mar. 6, 1945; KK 31357. 

For jewelry: 

It's a Lambert diamond! © Mar. 7, 1945; 
KK 31831. 

So they were marrledl © Mar. 9, 1945; KK 
31832. 

For today's living, Lambert's sterling silver. 
For sterling hoUoware, © Feb. 15, 1945; KK 
31356, 

Super-automatic watches created by Mido. For 
men's watches. © Feb. 22, 1945; KK 31420. 

Lamson Corp., Syracuse. 5397 

Lamson conveyor. For dispatch tubes, © Mar. 
14, 1945; KK 31349. 

Landls (Lester Wilbur) Wichita. 5398 

Grip that arch. Fair. For shoes and arches, 
© Apr, 1, 1945; KK 31167. 

Lane co., Altavlsta, Va. 5399 

Shirley Temple confides In the girl graduates 
of '45. For cedar chests. © Mar. 15, 1945; KK 
31359. 



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Lawson corp., Syracuse. 5400 

317,996 pieces of mail handled in a single day 
in the office of dependency benefits. For vertical 
conveyors. © Apr. 2, 1945; KK 31521. 

Lebow bros., Baltimore. / 5401 

Preferred by men who appreciate individualised 
clothes. For mens suits. © Jan. 25, 1945; KK 
30935. 

Legion ice cream co., Chicago. 5402 

Legion ice cream league. For ice cream. © 
Apr. 14, 1945; KK 32123. 

Lehn & Fink products corp., Bloomfield, N. J. ^ -- 

5403-5413 
Counter attack on a big scale. For disinfectant, 
tooth powder and cream. © Jan. 4, 1945; KK 31352. 
For cosmetics: 

Is it etiquet to introduce him to the family on 
the first date? © May 1, 1945; KK 31819. 

Line of leaders. © Apr. 10, 1945; KK 31428. 
'Round the town it's Tussy. Backstage at the 
ballet. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 31022. 

'Roimd the town it's Tussy. Dancing at the 
St. Regis Roof. © Apr. 24, 1945; KK 31772. 

Round the town it's Tussy. Dining at Chicago's 
Pump Room. © Apr. 10 1945; KK 31771. 

'Round the town it s Tussy. Lunching at the 
Colony. © Mar. 30, 1945; KK 31271. 

Tussy, for that yoimg, young look! © Apr. 
30, 1945; KK 31853. 
For disinfectant: 

I used to call it the sink of iniquity. © Mar. 
20, 1945; KK 31318. 

Medical school tests prove. © Feb. 20, 
1945; KK 30838. 

Want to be woo-some? For tooth powder. © 
Mar. 9, 1945; KK 31317. 

Lentheric, inc.. New York. 5414-5422 

Creme bouquet Lentheric. For perfumed lotions. 
© Feb. 28, 1945; KK 30853. 
For cosmetics: 

For men of action. Tanbark Cologne. Men's 
after shave lotion. Requisites by Lentheric. © 
Mar. 15, 1945; KK 31115. 

Soft-focus cake make-up. Lentheric perfumes. 
© Apr. 15, 1945; KK 31675. 

Soft-focus face powder and lipstick. © Mar. 
15, 1945; KK 31116. 

Soft-focus night cream Lentheric perfumes. 
© Mar. 1, 1945; KK 30855. 
For perfume: 

Daytime fragrance. Bouquet Lentheric. ® 
Apr. 1, 1945: KK 31676. 

Lentheric perfumes. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 30854. 

Lentheric perfumes anticipation. © Feb. 26, 
1945; KK 30811. 

Shanghai Lentheric perfumes. © Feb. 22, 
1945; KK 30852. 



Lenzner (Sol) corp., Buffalo. 

Let's tear a herring. For fish. 
1945; KK 30716. 



5423 
Feb. 23, 

5424-5426 



Liebmann breweries, inc., Brooklyn. 
For alcoholic beverage: 

My beer is Rheingold - the dry beer I Says 
Dunninger. © Feb. 27, 1945; KK 30974. 



My beer is Rheingold - the dry beer ! Says 
Pat Boyd, Miss Rheingold, 1945. © Feb. 11, 
1945; KK 30972. 

My beer is Rheingold - the dry beer I Says 
Pat Boyd, Miss Rheingold, 1945. © Feb. 13, 1945; 
KK 30973. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co.. New York. 5427-5445 
For cigarettes: 

Champions both. © May 6, 1945; KK 32139. 

Chesterfield's right combination world's 
best tobaccos. © Apr. 12, 1945; KK 31564. 

Every successful formula. © Mar. 29, 1945; 
KK 31291. 

Good taste from every angle. © Mar. 20, 
1945; KK 31114. 

It's spring again. It's two again. © Apr. 5, 
1945; KK 31329. 

I've seen and I know. © Apr. 8, 1945; KK 
31330. 

Like payday at the mines. © Mar-. 11, 1945; 
KK 30908. 

New York's favorite. © Apr. 13, 1945; KK 
31565. 

Sound reasoning will tell you. © Mar. 15, 
1945; KK 31097. 

Timmy Sleuth. © Mar. 8, 1945; KK 30907. 

Tony Scramble. © May 10, 1945; KK 32140. 

Tony Slide. © May 29, 1945; KK 31290. 

Topdog Salter. © Apr. 26, 1945; KK 31825. 

Tops in the smoking pleasure league. © Apr. 
5, 1945; KK 31328. 

Tracy Smith. © Apr. 12, 1945; KK 31563, 

Truepal Sanders. © Mar. 22, 1945; KK 31098. 

Turkey Slater. © Mar. 15, 1945; KK 31096. 

Up in Central park. © May 11, 1945; KK 
32141. 

Skipper's choice. For Granger pipe tobacco. 
© Mar. 1, 1945; KK 30906. 

Lindberg engineerii^ co., Chicago. 5446, 5447 

For laboratory furnaces: 

Price bulletin LX-245. © Btor. 18, 1945; 
KK 31746. 

Price bulletin LX-245, © Mar. 18, 1945; 
KK 31813. 

Louisiana historical institute. See Orbison 

(Jerome Kirby), d. b. a. Louisiana historical 
institute. 



McGraw electric co. Bussmann mfg. co. div., St. 
Louis. 5448-5450 

Buss fustats, to 14 ampere. For fustats. © 
Mar. 30, 1945; KK 31198. 
For fuses: 

Buss fustats, 15 to 30 ampere. © Mar. 9, 
1945; KK 31175. 

Buss one-time fuses. © Mar. 9, 1945; KK 
31176. 

McGraw electric co. Toastmaster products div., 
Elgin, III. 5451, 5452 

For electric automatic toasters: 

No slacking, Bob. © Mar. 14, 1945; KK 
30861. 

Then fed them all and sent them to school. 
© Apr. 13, 1945; KK 32133. 



M 



Macmillan petroleum corp., Los Angeles. 



5453-5455 



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For motor oil: 

Have never seen an oil like it in my 21 years 
in this business. © Mar. 22, 1945; KK 31555. 

My motors show 80,000 miles without major 
repairs. © Mar. 22, 1945; KK 31557. 

Never seen an oil like it in my 21 years in 
this business. © Jan. 20, 1945; KK 31556. 

Majestic radio & television corp., Chicago. 

5456-5459 
For radios and radio equipment: 

Majestic radio news, no. 28. © Mar. 20, 
1945; KK 32048. 

Majestic radio news, no. 29. © Apr. 4, 1945 
KK 32047. 

Majestic radio news, no. 30. © Apr. 19, 1945 
KK 31605. 

Majestic radio news, no. 31. © May 8, 1945 
KK 32049. 

Meehanite metal Corp., New Rochelle, N. Y. 5460 
Case histories. For Meehanite metal. © Mar. 
3, 1945; KK 31110. 

Mem CO., New York. 5461-5466 

For toiletries: 

Founded on a tradition of eminence. © Feb. 
25, 1945; KK 31255. 

Gifts for gentlemen. © Dec. 8, 1944; KK 
31252. 

Great outdoors captured. © Feb. 27, 1945; 
KK 31256. 

Masculine grooming essentials. © Feb. 15, 
1945; KK 31254. 

Reflection of an artist's achievement. © Dec. 
25, 1944; KK 31253. 

Masculine grooming essentials. For perfumes 
and toiletries. © Mar. 5, 1945; KK 31792. 

Merit clothing co., inc., Mayfield, Ky. 5467-5470 
For men's clothing: 

Neck zone, exclusive feature of style-mart 
clothes. © Mar. 23, 1945; KK 31617. 

Neck zone, exclusive feature of^ style-mart 
clothes. © Apr. 27, 1945; KK 32162. 

Neck zone is responsible for the perfect fit. 
© May 1, 1945; KK 32050, 

Sturdy iron tone worsteds. © Feb. 23, 1945; 
KK 31616. 

Merriam (G. & C.) co., Springfield, Mass. 5471 

Circle and monogram. Mar., 1945. For diction- 
aries. © Mar. 12, 1945; KK 30874. 

Metallizing engineering co., inc., Long Island City, 
N. Y. 5472 

Metco fuse -bond. Bulletin 44- A. For metalliz- 
ing equipment. © Apr. 26, 1945; KK 32147. 

Micro switch div. First industrial corp. See First 
Industrial corp. Micro switch div. 

Minnesota mining t nafg. co., St. Paul. 5473, 5474 
For Scotch cellulose tape: 

Sure, I know I should use Scotch tape! © Apr. 
6, 1945; KK 31215. 

What d'ya mean, why don't I use Scotch tape! 
© Apr. 20, 1945; KK 31709. 



Mojud hosiery co., inc.. Long Island City, N. Y. 

5475-5477 



For ladies hosiery: 

Mojud, that's all you need know about stockings. 
© Jan. 7, 1945; KK 32124. 

Mojud, that's all you need know about stock- 
ings. © Feb. 16, 1945; KK 31775. 

Mojud, that's all you need know about stock- 
ings. © Feb. 28, 1944; KK 31327. 

National biscuit co.. New York. 5478-5482 

For breakfast foods: 

His nibs. © Mar. 4, 1945; KK 30967. 

His nibs, here's a long list. © Mar. 21, 
1945; KK 31273. 

His nibs, sleepwalker. © Mar. 28, 1945; 
KK 31274. 

His nibs, Wilmer, did you wear your rubbers 
home? © Mar. 14, 1945; KK 31272. 

Table manners. © Mar. 7, 1945; KK 30736.^ 

National cylinder gas co., Chicago. 5483-5486 

Balanced control, the two stage RegOlator. For 
regulator. © Mar. 30, 1945; KK 31699. 

HoUup'' sureweld CN. For electrode. © Mar. 
20, 1945; KK 31697. 

National stationary cutting machines price list. 
For cutting machines. © Apr. 9, 1945; KK 31700. 

Rego welding and cutting apparatus price list. 
For welding and cutting apparatus. © Mar. 23, 1945; 
KK 31698. 

National distillers products corp., New York. 

5487-5489 
For whisky: 

And still a smash hit. © Mar. 10, 1945; KK 
30920. 

Clearly milder, few whiskies have a name as 
famous as Mount Vernon. © Mar. 30, 1945; KK 
31474. 

Like the greatest show on earth. © Apr. 7, 
1945; KK 31475. 

National electric coil co,, Columbus, O, 5490 

Cat 152 Schmidt soldering torch. For soldering 
torches. © Feb. 15, 1945; KK 30851. 

National oil products co., Harrison, N. J. 

5491, 5492 

Protective cleansing for skilled hands. For skin 
cleanser. © Jan. 29, 1944; KK 31145. 

Story of true vitamin A in the chick NA- 132. For 
poultry feed. © Feb. 26, 1945; KK 31144. 

Neiman-Marcus co., Dallas. 5493-5503 

For dresses and hats: 

[Parade of fashionjMauriceRentner glamour- 
izes. © Apr. 22, 1945; KK 31744. 

[Parade of fashion] Nettie Rosenstein sends 
an April collection. © Apr. 10, 1945; KK 31742. 

[Parade of fashion] Night blooming prints. 
© Apr. 12, 1945; KK 31743. 

[Parade of fashion] Standing out in 1945 is 
the woman. © Mar. 28, 1945; KK 31323. 

[Parade of fashion] Standing out in summer 
scenes. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 31324. 

[Parade of fashion] Standing out on important 
occasions are smart, beautifully Groomed women. 
© Mar. 25, 1945; KK 31322. 

[Parade of fashion] Standing out, the midriff 
idea. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 31741. 

[Parade of fashion] Easter egg hunt. For 
dresses for 'teen-agers. © Mar. 19, 1945; KK 
31321. 



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[Parade of fashion] Nelman-Marcus and Moly- 
neux present. For coats, dresses, hats. © Apr. 

8, 1945; KK 31325. 

[Parade of fashion] Standing out amongveddings. 
For bridal gowns. © Mar. 18, 1945; KK 31320. 

[Parade of fashion] Standing out in any crowd. 
For suits and hats. © Mar. 11, 1945; KK 31424. 

New era shirt co., St. Louis. 5504, 5505 

For shirts: 

Man's best friend. Champion Boston bulldog. 
New Era shirts, your neck's best friend. © Sept. 
24, 1943; KK 30989. 

Man's best friend. Champion Irish setter. 
New Era shirts, your neck's best friend. © Sept. 

9, 1943; KK 30988. 

New York air brake co.. New York. 5506 

Filler -tip control, on machines that make 

machines. For hydraulic equipment. © Apr. 7, 
1945; KK 31889. 

Northern paper mills, Green Bay, Wis. 5507 

No wonder I'm gay. For Northern handy towels. 
© Mar. 30, 1945; KK 31857. 

Northwestern yeast co., Chicago. 5508, 5509 

Housewives I Bake with success insurance! 

For yeast. © Apr. 7, 1945; KK 31333. 

How to bake with success insurance. For maca 

yeast. © Mar. 3, 1945; KK 30944. 

Nox-rust Corp., Chicago. 5510 

Nox-rust use chart. For rust preventives. © 
Jan. 30, 1945; KK 31094. 

Nutrition research laboratories, Chicago. 5511 

Erton in arthritis. A decade of investigation. 
For medicinal compound. © Mar. 15, 1945; KK 
31018. 

Old Town ribbon & carbon co., inc., Brooklyn. 

5512, 5513 
For carbon paper, ribbons and duplicating supplies: 
Old Town counsellor, v. 1, no. 3. © Feb. 15, 
1945; KK 31837. 

Old Town counsellor, v. 1, no. 4, © Mar. 17, 
1945; KK 31838. 

Olson CO., inc.. New York. 5514, 5515 

For 3-in-l combination screens, weatherstrips 
and insulating windows: 

Before you buy screens. © Apr. 8, 1945; KK 
31680. 

Before you buy screens, think of next winter! 
© Apr. 15, 1945; KK 31790. 

One two three co., inc.. New York. 5516 

How to prepare 1-2-3 mixers, any flavor, into 
beverage drinks. For If mon extract. © Apr. 15, 
1945; KK 31693. 

Oneida, ltd., Oneida, N. Y. 5517, 5518 

For silverware: 

Back home for keeps. It's that moment you've 
dreamed of. © Jan. 26, 1945; KK 31604. 

Back home for keeps. You've been in a gray 
fog. © Apr. 12, 1944; KK 31591. 

Orbison (Jerome JClrby), d. b. a. Louisiana histori- 
cal Institute, Shreveport, La. 5519 
Fighting men of Louisiana. For book. © Oct. 

1, 1944; KK 31187. 



Osterbauer (Edwin J.) Rockford, 111. 5520 

Flnger-tlp control. For condiment servers. 
© Mar. 28, 1945; KK 31166. 

Overhead door corp., Hartford City, Ind. 5521, 5522 
For overhead doors: 

Door of the future.. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 31350. 

Meeting today's needs today. © Mar. 1, 1945; 
KK 31351. 

Pabst brewing CO., Milwaukee. 5523-5527 

Deslze with exslze, the natural enzyme. For 
enzyme. © Mar. 15, 1945; KK 31370. 
For beer: 

Everyone's heard about this lad. © Apr. 1, 
1945; KK 31371. 

He says it's his masterpiece. © Mar. 31, 
1945; KK 31516. 

If you can't always find Pabst, remember more 
Pabst Blue Ribbon has gone overseas than any 
other American beer. © Apr. 3, 1945; KK 31372. 

Paint a great picture all in lavender? © Apr. 

6, 1945; KK 31517. 

Pacific coast gas assn., San Francisco. 5528 

Did I say abracadabra? For gas range and other 
gas heating and cOokii^ equipment. © Feb. 10, 
1945; KK 31148. 

Parfalt, Inc., Chicago. 5529 

Starlet two-stage lipstick. For lipstick. © Apr. 
10, 1945; KK 31646. 

Parker pen co., JanesvlUe, Wis. 5530-5541 

For fountain pen: 

More Parker 5l's coming, but the demand runs 
higher^ © Feb. 28, 1945; KK 30902. 

Sooner than you think, a Parker 51 may be 
yours! © Mar. 28, 1945; KK 31633. 

Sure 1*11 wait, there's no other pen like Parker 
51. © Jan. 31, 1945; KK 30899. 
For foimtaln pen Ink: 

Alas, alack, my pen's a fright. © Dec. 15, 
1944; KK 30896. 

Amazing new Ink ends most pen troubles! 
© Mar. 2, 1945; KK 30903. 

Free, 2 new qulnk sales h$lps! © Mar. 1, 
1945; KK 31632. 

Ink profits balloon when qulnk's your Ink! 
© Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30900. 

My big brother makes a big hit with big >. ^ 
users! © Dec. 23, 1944; KK 30897. 

New type Ink protects pens, keeps them trouble- 
free! © Feb. 15, 1945; KK 30901. 

Qulnk makes Ink profits g-r-o-w! © Jan. 1, 
1945; KK 30898. 

Why more and more big Ink users call for 
Parker qulnk. © Feb. 24, 1945; KK 31631. 

Your letters brought me home safe! © Feb. 
25, 1945; KK 30889. 

Pennsylvania coal products co., Petrolla, Pa. 5542 
Penacollte. For resins and adheslves. © Mar. 

7, 1945; KK 31684. 

Pepsi-cola CO., Long Island City, N. Y. 5543, 5544 
For bottled beverage: 

Pepsi, the Pepsi-cola cop. © Apr. 15, 1945; 
KK 31524. 

Pepsi, the Pepsi-cola cop. Pepsi and the ski 
jeep. © Mar. 4, 1945; KK 30718. 



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Petri wine co., San Francisco. 5545 

2 ways to drive home a sales point! For alco- 
holic beverage. © Mar, 1, 1945; KK 31858. 

Pillsbury mills, inc., Minneapolis. 5546-5552 

For flour: 

And your spirits will be mountin' when we 
come. © Feb. 2, 1945; KK 31577. 

Fruit breads and guaranteed baking at its 
glorious best. © Mar. 17, 1945; KK 31582. 

It's American to share. © Mar. 14, 1945; 
KK 31581. 

Mrs. Bridge makes a grand slam. © Mar. 
21, 1945; KK 31584. 

Nowl get all this garden glory. © Feb. 25, 
1945; KK 31578. 

Pillsbury's 4 kernels turn detective! © Mar. 
2, 1945; KK 31579. 

Spicy, with Pillsbury's baked-in-goodness 
guaranteed. © Feb. 28, 1945; KK 31580. • 

Plnlowitz (Harry) & sons. New York. 5553 

Can this fur be matched? For fur pieces and 
bundles. © Feb. 5, 1945; KK 31151. 

Pittsburgh plate glass co., Pittsburgh. 5554 

Pittsburgh color dynamics wet paint. For paint. 
© Mar. 6, 1945; KK 31471. 

Pointer (Robert W.), d. b. a. Pointer-Willamette 
CO., Portland, Or. 5555 

Dual axle trailer suspension. For trailer bogies. 

© Feb. 21, 1945; KK 31138. 

Pointer-Willamette co. See Pointer (Robert W.), 
d. b. a. Polnter-Willimette co. 

Products dept. California fruit growers exchange. 
See Callfomlafrult growers exchange. Products 
dept. 

Pronto pups. Inc., Portland, Or. 5556 

Pronto Is here. For food products. © Nov. 30, 
1944; KK 30990. 

Publlcker commercial alcohol co., Philadelphia. 

5557-5561 
For antl-freeze for automobiles: 

Thermo royal antl-freeze. © Nov. 11, 1944; 
KK 30747. 

Thermo royal antl-freeze. © Nov. 13, 1944; 
KK 30994. 

Thermo royal antl-freeze. © Nov. 25, 1944; 
KK 31192. 

Thermo royal antl-freeze. © Dec. 16, 1944; 
KK 31678, 

Thermo royal antl-freeze. © Dec. 18, 1944; 
KK 31821. 

Pulhnan -Standard car mfg. co., Chicago. 5562 

It's modern, private, economical, the new bed- 
room. For railroad equipment. © Apr. 23, 1945; 
KK 31890. 

Ramsey accessories mfg. Corp., St. Louis. 

5563-5565 
For piston rings: 

Alternating pressure action. © Apr. 1, 1945; 
KK 31685: 

Flatness and parallelism. © Mar. 1, 1945; 
KK 30739. 

Full fledged oil ring. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 
30985. 



Randall (Earl A.) Kansas City, Mo. 5566 

Randall tip cleaners. For welding and cutting 
tip cleaners, © Feb. 28, 1945; KK 30767. 

Ray proof corp., New York. 5567 

X-ray protection. For X-ray protection materials 

& light proof equipment. © Dec. 29, 1943; KK 31199. 

Refined syrups & sugars, inc., Yonkers, N. Y. 

5568-5571 
For liquid sugar: 

New approach. © Mar. 7, 1945; KK 30745. 
Now sugar handling cut to 3 quick steps, © 
Apr. 7, 1945; KK 31523. 

This new kind of sugar. © Feb. 7, 1945; KK 
30836. 

Gherkin with a profit. For flo-sweet liquid 
sugar. © Apr. 2, 1945; KK 31183. 

Revlon products corp., New York. 5572-5578 

Face powder by Revlon. For face powder. © 
Nov. 1, 1943; KK 31331. 
For cosmetics: 

Another color first for Revlon, © Oct. 1, 
1944; KK 31609. 

Bright forecast and rosy future. © Aug. 15, 
1944; KK 30734. 

Light up your fingertips and lips with Revlon, 
© Sept. 1, 1944; KK 31608. 

Paint the town pink. © Aug. 1, 1944; KK 
31607. 

Real difference in chic is color by Revlon. 
© Feb. 28, 1945; KK 30933. 

Seen on the fingertips and lips of the nation's 
smartest women, © July 1, 1944; KK 31606. 

Rigid mfg. CO., Los Angeles. 5579-5585 

For giant slab: 

And genuine G4 giant slabs cover a multitude 
of mistakes! © Jan. 10, 1945; KK 31095. 

Approximately 70 percent of all heat and cold 
comes in from above. © Jan. 10, 1945; KK 31020. 

Genuine G4 giant slabs never sold alone! 
© Jan. 10, 1945; KK 31000, 

$ Millions $ are spent annually for damages 
due to water and wind. © Jan, 10, 1945; KK 30997, 

Rigid manufacturing company presents. © 
Jan, 10, 1945; KK 31019. 

What is genuine G4 giant slab? © Jan, 10, 
1945; KK 30998. 

You get all these benefits with genuine G4 
giant slab top protection. © Jan. 10, 1945; KK 30999. 

Rogers imports, inc.. New York. 5586 

Have a pouchful of fresh tobacco! For tobacco 
pouch. © Apr. 27, 1945; KK 31515. 

Rome cable corp., Rome, N. Y. 5587, 5588 

For wire cable: 

Romey says, this is the way we handle copper 
rods. © Feb, 19, 1944; KK 31786. 

Whew, is this hot? Says Romey. © Feb. 5, 
1944; KK 31785. 

Royal typewriter co., Inc., New York. 5589-5592 
For carbon paper and ribbons: 

But I don't, feel that. © Feb. 23, 1945; KK 
30971. 

No man can call me that. © lAar. 30, 1945; 
KK 31862, 

For typewriters: 

How do you girls. © Feb, 9, 1945; KK 30970, 

If I'm gonna have to wrestle. © Mar. 16, 
1945; KK 31861. 



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Ryan (Joseph F.) Elgin, III. 5593 

Elgin. For grapefruit, oranges, lemons. © 
Jan. 30, 1945; KK 30743. 

S. S. S. CO., Atlanta. 5594 

My best friends were amazed at my improved 
looks, new energy, pep! Forbottled medicine, tonic. 
© Apr. 5, 1945; KK 31874. 

Sage (Peggy) inc., Stamford, Conn. 5595, 5596 

For nail polish: 

Come out, come out, wherever you are! © 
Mar. 30, 1945; KK 31288. 

Shimmer-sheen by Peggy Sage. © Mar. 1, 
1945; KK 31017. 

Saks & CO., New York. 5597, 5598 

For cosmetic cream: 

Your coiffure has changed, is your skin un- 
changed? © Mar. 21, 1945; KK 31205. 

Your jewelry has changed, is your skin un- 
changed? O Mar. 30, 1945; KK 31143. 

Schering corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 5599-5604 

Fit at fifty. For oreton. © Jan. 2, 1945; KK 
30814. 

For priodax tablets: 

Exactness in gallbladder diagnosis. ©-Jan. 
22, 1945; KK 32134. 

Modern cholecystography with priodax tablets . 
© Apr. 9, 1945; KK 32136. 

Fulfillment of a protected pregnancy. For 
proluton, pranone. © Jan. 2, 1945; KK 30816. 

What type arthritis. For solganal-B oleosum. 
© Mar. 14, 1945; KK 32135. 

6 points of preference. For priodax. © Jan. 2, 
1945; KK 30815. 

Schmidt (C.) & sons, inc., Philadelphia. 5605-5609 
For beer: 

Beer refreshed the pyramid builders. © Mar. 
30, 1945; KK 31157. 

Beer was ancient Egypt's engagement ring. © 
Mar. 22, 1945; KK 31174. 

They called beer an ancient beverage. © 
Mar. 16, 1945; KK 31109. 

They had ceiling prices on a cup of beer in 
Babylon 4000 years ago. © Apr. 12, 1945; KK 
31373. 

Through golden tubes, © Apr. 6, 1945; KK 
31197. 

Schneierson (I.) & sons, inc.. New York. 5610 

Don't be slip-shod, be slip-sure. For ladies' 
and misses' slips, © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 30875. 

Scholl mfg, CO., inc, Chicago. 5611, 5612 

Ask for Dr. Scholl's when your feet hurt. For 
foot appliances and remedies. © Jan. 28, 1944; 
KK 31855. 

Review of the etiology of fungus infection and the 
part that sulfathiazole plays in combatting and 
helping prevent secondary infection of epidermophy- 
tosis. Sulfa solvex circular. For sulfa solvex 
foot powder. © Apr. 21, 1945; KK 31854. 

Sealed power corp., Muskegon, Mich. 5613 

Car is as old as its piston rings. For piston 
rings. © Apr. 25, 1945; KK 31878. 



Season skipper corp., Chicago. 5614-5616 

For ladles' coats: 

One-and-only Season skipper, two complete 
coats in one. © Feb, 28, 1945; KK 30740, 

One-and-only Season skipper, two complete 
coats in one. © Mar, 28, 1945; KK 31765. 

One-and-only Season skipper, two complete 
coats in one. © Apr. 27, 1945; KK 32053. 

Seidel (Ad.) & son, Chicago. 5617 

Private camp ceiling price list and order form. 
For food products. © Mar. 22, 1945; KK 31206. 

Selby shoe co., Portsmouth, O. 5618 

She's a school teacher. For shoes, © Aug. 29, 
1944; KK 31225. 

Seven-up co,, St. Louis. 5619-5629 

]f or soft drink: 

Fresh as the morning. © Feb. 22, 1945; 
KK 31634. 

Good disposition can be an aid to good health. 
© Jan. 26, 1945; KK 30890. 

Good disposition will help you win a better 
job. Feb, 4, 1945; KK 30893, 

Here's your fresh up. © Mar. 29, 1945; KK 
31649. 

, To ease a lonely hour. © Mar. 22, 1945; KK 
31636, 

When the laugh's on you, fresh up. © Mar, 
28, 1945; KK 31637. 

When the laugh's on you, fresh up. © Mar. 
31, 1945; KK 31638, 

When things go wrong, fresh up, keep smiling! 
© Feb. 28, 1945; KK 30894. 

When things go wrong, fresh up, keep smiling! 
© Mar. 1, 1945: KK 30895. 

When you ve lost something important, fresh 
up, keep smiling! © Jan. 28, 1945; KK 30891. 

When you've lost something important, fresh 
up, keep smiling! © Feb, 1, 1945; KK 30892, 

Shell oil CO., inc.. New York. 5630-5632 

For lubricants: 

Diary of a frontier wife, © Feb. 14, 1945; 
KK 31297, 

Every farmer has a boy. © Mar. 14, 1945; 
KK 31298. 

Soots to measure. © Jan. 17, 1945; KK 31296. 

Simon bros. co.. New York, 5633 

Tropical masterpieces. For handbags, © Mar. 
2, 1945; KK 30835. 

Singer mfg, co,, Elizabethport, N, J, 5634, 5635 
For Singer sewing machines: 

How a visiting dream queen helped me rate I 
© Mar, 2, 1945; KK 31244, 

So I waved my wand, and there stood a beautiful 
princess! © Mar. 15, 1945; KK 31245. 

Smith & Wesson, inc, Springfield, Mass. 5636, 5637 
Do you know your handgun history? For re- 
volvers, © Mar, 1, 1945; KK 31185. 

Do you know your handgun history? For Smith 
& Wesson revolvers. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 31712. 

Sound equipment corp. of California, Glendale, 
Calif. 5638, 5639 



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5674 



For kwikheat thermostatic soldering iron: 

Biggest soldering iron news in over 60 years. 

© Apr. 5, 1945; KK 32120. 

Here's hot news. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 31835, 

Spencer, inc., New Haven. 5640 

How a Spencer improves your posture and your 
health. For individually designed foundation gar- 
ments. © Dec. 10, 1944; KK 30715. 

Standard brands, inc.. New York. 5641, 5642 

For vegetable juices: 

Fresh vegetables the tasty V-8 way. © Jan. 
28, 1944; KK 31824. 

Serving of fresh vegetables in each glass of 
delicious v-8. © Jan. 18, 1944; KK 31823. 

Standard oil co., Chicago. 5643-5652 

For gasoline and motor oil: 

Announcing Standard oil's spring and early 
sununer advertising. © Mar. 30, 1945; KK 32155. 

The car can get temperamental, too, George, if 
you don't take it to the Standard oil man for a 10 
star tune-up! © Apr. 13, 1945; KK 31798. 

George, our Standard oil man says it's 
especially important to lubricate the chassis in the 
spring! © May 8, 1945; KK 32156. 

George, the car needs a tune -up, too! We must 
see our Standard oil man. © Apr. 6, 1945; KK 
31797. 

George, we must go 'round and have the 
Standard oil man look at the plugs in the car! © 
May 15, 1945; KK 32158. 

George, we must have the Standard oil man 
check the hose connections on the car! © May 11, 
1945; KK 32157. 

George, we must have the Standard oil man 
clean that dirty old air cleaner on the carl © Mar. 
8, 1945; KK 30878. 

I was wondering, mom, did you have the 
Standard oil man grease the car? © Mar. 14, 1945; 
KK 30879. 

If we don't want the car to go to pot, we must 
have the Standard oil man give it a 10 star tune-up! 
© Apr. 20, 1945; KK 31799. 

That reminds me, George, we simply must have 
the Standard oil man recharge our car battery! © 
Feb. 22, 1945; KK 30877. 

Standard oil co. of California, San Francisco. 

5653 
Motorists! Supplies directory. For auto supplies, 
© Feb. 21, 1945; KK 31651. 

Standard tar products co., Milwaukee. 5654 

Protect the hens that lay the golden profit. For 
mite killer and wood preservative. © Apr. 3, 1945; 
KK 31212. 

Stenor, inc., Stamford, Conn. 5655, 5656 

New improved vulmaster stenorizer. For 

vulcanizing machine. © Apr. 2, 1945; KK 31181. 
Stenor patches for top results. For rubber patches 

for tire repair. © Apr. 2, 1945; KK 31182. 

Stromberg-Carlson co.. New York. 5657 

One saw mountain snow turn to gold. © Mar. 
22, 1945; KK 31277. 



Studebaker corp.. South Bend, Ind. 5658-5661 

For airplane engines, military trucks and 
weasels: 

Safety first is the watchword. © Apr. 3, 1945; 
KK 31300. 

Studebaker trucks take to the air. © May 
10, 1945; KK 32163. 

Studebaker weasels help pace the drive to 
Tokyo. © Mar. 29, 1945; KK 31103. 

We've got to keep that truck nmnlng or we'll 
be out of luck this summer. © Apr. 16, 1945; KK 
31520. 

Superba cravats, Rochester, N. Y. 5662-5665 

For cravats: 

No more privacy than a goldfish, for your tie. 
© Mar. 17, 1945; KK 31119. 

No more privacy than a goldfish, for your tie. 
© Mar. 22, 1945; KK 31120. 
For neckties: 

Every necktie color has a meaning all its 
own! © Apr. 17, 1945; KK 31738. 

Every necktie color has a meaning all its 
own! © Apr. 19, 1945; KK 31737. 

Swift & CO., Chicago. 5666 

It's homogenized, it's always creamy! For 
peanut butter. © Jan. 17, 1945; KK 31627. 

Te^s pre -fabricated housing co., Dallas. 5667 

For sheltering civilian aircraft. For portable 
pre -fabricated airplane hangers. © Mar. 23, 1945; 
KK 31335. 

Ticonium, Albany. 5668 

Now here's a real dictator. For dental alloy. 
© Mar. 5, 1945; KK 30737. 

Timely clothes, inc., New York. 5669, 5670 

For men's clothing: 

Neat trick, but not as good as balanced 
tailoring. © Apr. 13, 1945; KK 31810. 

That reminds me, my next suit must have 
balanced tailoring. © Mar. 14, 1945; KK 31809. 

Timken roller bearing co.. Canton, O. 5671-5673 
For roller bearings: 

Fast route to market for flaxseed. © Apr. 
17, 1945; KK 31695. 

On ^e farm front too it's a war of mechani- 
zation. © Mar. 13, 1945; KK 31257. 

Our boys need your help. © Apr. 5, 1945; 
KK 31643. 

Toastmaster products div. McGraw electric co. 
See McGraw electric co. Toastmaster products 
div. 

Todd shipyards corp. Combustion equipment div., 
New York. 5674 

Mechanical pressure atomizing fuel oil burner, 

vee-cee type. For atomizing fuel oil burner. © 

Feb. 5, 1945; KK 30766. 



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Two timer, inc. , Chicago. 5675 

Two timer, the coat that leads a double life. 
For ladies' coats. © Mar. 29, 1945; KK 31260. 

United feature syndicate, inc., New Toric. 5676 

Li'l Abner, ain't marriage wondifull For wheat 
breakfast food. © Feb. 28, 1945; KK 31303. 

United print shop, gee Friedman (William), d. b. 
a. United print shop. 

United wallpaper. Inc. , Chicago. 5677 

Make a room gay. For dex borders. © Mar. 
28, 1945; KK 30946. 

Universal Geneva watch co., New York. 5678 

Universal geneve. For watches. © Mar. 1, 1945; 
KK 31283. 

Upjohn CO. , Kalamazoo, Mich. 5679 

You'd never guess he had a cancer five years ago. 
For pharmaceuticals. © Apr. 4, 1945; KK 31319. 

Vlckers, inc., Detroit. 5680 

Hydraulic suggestion sketches, 2. For hydraulic 
control equipment. © Apr. 2, 1945; KK 31261. 

Walker (Hiram) & sons. Inc., Peoria, 111. 5681 

86 years at fine whiskey- making makes this 
whiskey good. For whiskey. © Mar. 7, 1945; KK 
30806. 

Ward baking co., New York. 5682 

Flag of the United States of America. For bread. 
© Apr. 25, ,1945; KK 31727. 

Warner-Pa|terson co., Chicago. 5683 

Every okl car needs this service. For automobile 
accessory. © Mar. 30, 1945; KK 31696. 

Warshauer & Franck, Inc., Boston. 5684 

Getting around In style. For ladles dresses. © 
Sept. 30, 1943; KK 30995. 

Weco products co., Chicago. 5685, 5686 

For toothbrush: 

Bristled with exton. Glassed for protection. 
© Feb. 2, 1945; KK 31628. 

Greatest health safeguard In toothbrush histo- 
ry. © Feb. 23, 1945; KK 30904. 

Wembley, Inc., New Orleans. 5687-5690 

For neckties: 

Colors of America's great outdoors. Ever- 
glades green. © Apr, 20, 1945; KK 31728. 

Colors of America's great outdoors. Wembley 
nor-east, non-crush ties. © Mar. 30, 1945; KK 
31433. 

Murrytown ties styled by Wembley in American 
sporting prints. © Mar. 25, 1945; KK 31299. 

■Quality far beyond the price. © Feb. 26, 



pt. IV, n. s., v. 40 



1945; KK 30808. 

West Park Chevrolet, Inc., Cleveland. 5691 

For genuine Chevrolet parts call West Park 
Chevrolet. For automobile and truck parts and 
accessories. © Feb. 13, 1945; KK 30730. 

Westlnghouse electi^lc Corp., Bloomfleld, N. J. 

5692 
Neckties need better see- ability too. For lamps. 
© May 18, 1945; KK 32165. 

Weston electrical instrument Corp., Newark, N.J. 

5693, 5694 
For exposure meters: 

Weston dial, v. 6, no. 3. © Mar. 21, 1945; 
KK 30916. 

Weston dial, v. 6, no. 4. © Apr. 24, 1945; 
KK 31715. 

Wheeling corrugating co.. Wheeling, W. Va. 5695 
Coming your way, most any day. For extra heavy 
zinc coated roofing and zinc coated fence. © Mar. 
19, 1945; KK 31204. 

Whltlock supply co.. New York. 5696 

Keydet news. Bk. 2, v. 4. For locksmlthing 
supplies. © May 1, 1945; KK 31667. 

Whitman pub. co., Racine, Wis. 5697 

Hello, Mr. Smith I For Whitman books. ©Mar. 
1, 1945; KK 31561. 

Wlckwlre Spencer metallurgical Corp., New York. 

5698 
Die servicing engineering data. For molyb- 
denum wire and tungsten carbide dies. © Mar. 8, 
1945; KK 31315. 

Wlckwlre Spencer steel co.. New York. 5699 

One lump, please. For wire products. © Apr. 
5, 1945; KK 31259. 

Wllbur-Suchard chocolate co., inc., Lltitz, Pa. 

5700, 5701 
For chocolate: 

Changeless and unchanged. © Oct 15, 1945; 
KK 31242. 

It hasn't changed. © Dec. 27, 1943; KK 
31243. 

Wimbledon shirt co., Chicago. 5702 

In the windows of the finest stores In America. 
For shirts. © Dec. 6, 1944; KK 29981. 

Zenith radio corp., Chicago. 5703, 5704 

Apparel harmony, tool For hearing aid. © 

Apr. 7, 1945; KK 31334. 

Why your coming new Zenith will be the world's 

leading radio. For radio. © Mar. 12, 1945; KK 

30945. 



Number of entries of Commercial Prints Included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945 ' 



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Affiliated bakers co., New York. 5705 

Golden harvest fruit cake. For fruit cake. © 
Dec. 15, 1944; KK 31025. 

Agency paper co., New York. 5706-5708 

For writing paper and envelopes: , 

Drape by sky-rite. © Apr. 30, 1945; KK 
32076. 

Sky- rite light weight paper and envelopes. 
© Sept. 23, 1944; KK 30858. 

Sky- rite air mail paper and envelopes. For air 
mail paper and envelopes. © Mar. 15, 1945; KK 
30859. 

American food products corp. , Milwaukee. 5709 
Mother McKee's. For dehydrated diced and 
dehydrated mashed potatoes. © Nov. 25, 1944; 
KK 31090. 

American stores co., Philadelphia. 5710 

Vita link. For vitamin capsules. © Mar. 28, 
1945; KK 31708. 

Arbogast & Bastian, Inc., AUentown, Pa. 5711 

A & B bacon. For bacon. © Mar. 27, 1945; 
KK 31663. 

Ark bakers, Wichita. 5712 

Ark oven fresh. For bread. © Apr. 20, 1945; 
KK 31665. 

B-Young New York, Brooklyn. 5713-5715 

For educational rattle and block: 

On-a-roU educati(»ial blocks, series 1. © 
Mar. 15, 1945; KK 31455. 

On-a-roU educational blocks, series 2. © 
Mar. 15, 1945; KK 31456. 

On-a-roU educational blocks, series 3. © 
Mar. 15, 1945; KK 31457. 

Beard (Earl L.) jr., d. b. a. Iron-a-label co., 
Tulsa, Okl. 5716 

Iron-a-name cloth name tapes. For cloth labels 

that can be ironed on. © Feb. 27, 1945; KK 30714. 

Beauty guild, inc., Greensburg, Pa. 5717, 5718 

For cosmetics: 

Allure cold wave. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 31278. 

Very best cold wave permanent. © Feb. 23, 
1945; KK 31101. 

Bird & son, inc.. East Walpole, Mass. 5719, 5720 
For shoe box label: 

Custom art. © Feb. 28, 1945; KK 30761. 

Style and quality slippers. © Feb. 23, 1945; 
KK 30762. 

Borden co.. New York. 5721, 5722 

For cheese: 

Dutch maid Limburger cheese. © Feb. 15, 
1945; KK 31269. 

Victory brand Limburger cheese. © Feb. 
1, 1945; KK 31268. 

Boy-o-boy products co. See Moore (Lindley W.), 
d. b. a. Boy-o-bby products co. 



Brager (Edward) West Hollywood, Calif. 5723 

Plastik kit. Liquid cast. For liquid plastic in 
bottles. © Dec. 25, 1944; KK 31014. 

Brown & Haley, Tacoma. 5724 

Almond roca, America's finest confectlcm. 
For candy. © Nov. 23, 1923; KK 80937. 

Buhler mill & elevator co. , Buhler, Kan. 5725 

Save this tag. For flour. © Mar. 15, 1945; KK 
31375. 

Burry biscuit Corp., Elizabeth, N. J. 5726 

Year 'round fruit cake. For fruit cake. © 
Apr. 2, 1945; KK 31193. 

California prune and apricot growers assn., San 
Jose, Calif. 5727 

Santara. For prunes. © Dec. 29, 1944; KK 

30760. 

Camel dress mfg. co., inc.. New York. 5728 

Mid-size. For dresses. © Dec. 29, 1944; KK 
31380. 

Carpenter baking co., Milwaukee. 5729 

Carpenter's holsum bread. For bread. © Mar. 
15, 1945; KK 30991. 

Carpenter steel co., Reading, Pa. 5730-5738 

Carpenter case hardening thread gauge steel. 
For steel, wire, strips, bars, billets and shapes. 
© Apr. 25, 1945; KK 31829. 
For hi^ nickel alloy steel: 

Carpenter glass sealing 49 high nickel alloy. 
© Jan. 18, 1945; KK 30988. 

Carpenter low expansion 42 high nickel alloy. 
© Feb. 26, 1945; KK 30984. 

Carpenter low expansion 45 high nickel alloy. 
© Jan. 8, 1945; KK 80981. 

Carpenter low expansion 49 high nickel alloy. 
© Jan. 18, 1945; KK 30982. 
For matched tool steel: 

Carpenter air-tough matched tool steel no. 
883. © Dec. 12, 1944; KK 30977. 

Carpenter no. 484 air-hard matched tool steel. 
© Dec. 15, 1944; KK 30978. 

No. 610 air-wear Carpenter matched tool 
steel. © Dec. 16, 1944; KK 80979. 

Vega air-hardening tool-steel. For tool steel. 
© Dec. 30, 1944; KK 30980. 

Cinderella. See Riddick (John B.) jr., d. b. a. 
Cinderella. 

Conger (W. P.l, d. b. a. Direct sales U. S. A., 

States ville, N. C. 5739 

By- 0- moth. For liquid composition moth 

proof er spray. © Mar. 21, 1945; KK 30856. 

Conger (W. P.), d. b. a. Direct sales U. S. A. 
See also Direct sales U. S. A. 

Consolidated business system, inc. , New York. 

5740 
E-Z dial. For tax device. © Nov. 1, 1944; KK 
31548. 



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Container corp. of America, Chicago. 5741 

Equity union ice cream. For ice cream. © 
Apr. 9, 1945; KK 31852. 

Creston mfg. co., New YorJt. 5742, 5743 

0- mist- o,anti- mist. For an anti-mist compound 

& glass cleaner. © Apr. 27, 1945; KK ?1849. 

0-mist-o, wail and woodworlc cleaner. For 

a cleaning compound, liquid, for painted surfaces. 

© Apr. 27, 1945; KK 31850. 

Direct sales U. S. A., Statesville, N. C. 5744 

By-o-dirt. For liquid mixed paint cleaner. © 
Apr. 24, 1945; KK 31706. 

Direct sales U. S. A. See also Conger (W. P.), 
d. b. a. Direct sales U. S. A. 

Dixie white chemical co. , Newark, N. J. 5745 

Dixie white. For a bleach and disinfectant. © 
Apr. 18, 1945; KK 31705. 

Dr. Salsbury's laboratories, Charles City, la. 5746 
Dr. Salsbury's rat death. For rats and mice 
kiiller. © July 1, 1943; KK 31178. 

Dommersnes (Arnt Johannesen) Sacramento, Calif. 

5747 
California bait. For fish bait packed in olive 
oil, etc. © June 8, 1945; KK 32791. 

Eastern products co. , Washington. 5748 

EpcoEastern products CO. Forfire extinguishers, 
invalid walkers. © Apr. 3, 1945; KK 31378. 

Edgewood farms, inc., Ridgefield, N. J. 5749 

Regent. For lawn seeds. © Mar. 12, 1945; 
KK 31354. 

Ellena bros., Etiwanda, Calif. 5750-5754 

For wines: 

EUena's special cuvee Cucamonga muscatel. 
© Mar. 12, 1945; KK 31464. 

Pink chevron, sparkling wine, California 
champagne. © Mar. 12, 1945; KK 31462. 

Regina, California sparkling burgundy. © 
Mar. 12, 1945; KK 31463. 

Regina, Cucamonga port. © Mar. 12, 1945; 
KK 31461. 

Regina, sparkling wine, California champagne. 
© Mar. 12, 1945; KK 31465. 

Embalmers' supply co., Westport, Conn. 

5755-5759 
Celtrol anti-dehydrant. For anti-dehydrant for 
use in the embalming trade. © Dec. 12, 1944; KK 
31088. 

For arterial fluid for use in embalming trade: 
Circart. © Dec. 12, 1944; KK 31086. 
Circol. © Dec. 12, 1944; KK 31087. 
For fluid for use in the emblaming trade: 
Calsec. © Dec. 12, 1944; KK 31084. 
Cavrex. © Dec. 12, 1944; KK 31085. 

Farm crest bakeries, inc., Detroit. 5760 

Vanilla wafers. For vanilla wafers. © Jan. 2, 
1944; KK 30905. 

Fromm (Ellis), d. b. a. Fromm soap co., Lock 
Haven, Pa. 5761 

Cree-mee suds. Forshampoo. ©Mar. 19, 1945; 

KK 31093. 



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Fromm soap co. See Fromm (Ellis), d. b. a. 
Fromm soap co. 

General mills, inc., Minnapolis. 5762-5765 

For cereal: 

Kix label, series 33-A. © Feb. 9, 1945; KK 
30828. 

Kix label, series 33-B. © Feb. 9, 1945; KK 
30829. 

Kix label, series 33-C. © Feb. 9, 1945; KK 
30830. 

Kix label, series 33-D. © Feb. 9, 1945; 
KK 30831. 

Geneva forge, inc., Chicago. 5766 

French cook's Icnife. Flint hollow ground. For 
cutlery. © Dec. 27, 1944; KK 31466. 

Giusti baking co.. New Bedford, Mass. 5767 

Giusti's country home bread. For bread. © 
Dec. 20, 1944; KK 31177. 

Greenberger (George M.), d. b. a. Greenclaye 
products CO., Buffalo. 5768 

Greenclaye product. For novelty and nautical 

instruments. © Dec. 8, 1944; KK 31348. 

Greenclaye products co. See Greenberger (George 
M.), d. b. a. Greenclaye products co. 

Hovden food products corp., Monterey, Calif. 

5769-5771 
For canned sardines: 

Portola extrafancy boneless filets of sardines 
in olive oil. © Nov. 11, 1943; KK 31544. 

Portola sardines in olive oil. Steam grilled. 
© July 28, 1944; KK 31545. 

Portola skinless boneless sardines in olive 
oil. © Nov. 11, 1943; KK 31543. 

Ice cream novelties, inc.. New York. 5772 

Icy-frost twins. For frozen confections. © 
Apr. 23, 1945; KK 32131. 

Independent Milwaukee brewery, Milwaukee. 5773 
Braumeister pilsener. For bottled beer. © 
Dec. 15, 1944; KK 31164. 

Industrial films, Hollywood, Calif. 5774 

Svenson's seniority. For phonograph record. 
© Feb. 5, 1945; KK 30834. 

Inland rubber corp., Chicago. 5775, 5776 

Inland green top patching solvent, no. 350. For 

tube repair materials. © Mar. 22, 1945; KK 30938. 
Inland tire & tube talc, no. 600. For tire and 

tube repair materials. © Mar. 28, 1945; KK 31153. 

Interwoven stocking co.-. New Brunswick, N. J. 5777 
Destiny rides again. For men's socks. © 
Nov. 1, 1944; KK 31845. 

Jel sert co., Chicago. 5778 

Fla-vor-aid. For powdered flavoring preparation 
for food or drinks. © Feb. 9, 1945; KK 31469. 

Jolly chef, inc., Chicago. 5779-5782 

For pancake combination: 

Baconstack. © Mar. 12, 1945; KK 3i620. 

Hamstack. © Mar. 12, 1945; KK 31622. 

Little thin hot cakes. © Mar. 12, 1945; KK 
31621. 



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Pigstack. © Mar. 12, 1945; KK 31623. 

Kasser distillers products corp. , Philadelphia. 5783 
Cobbler. For golden corn whiskey. © Mar. 12, 
1945; KK 30810. 

Keller fishing & packing co., Seattle. 5784 

Crown brand. For canned salmon. © Jan. 15, 
1945; KK 31190. 

Keystone products co., Bradford, Pa. 5785 

Kleer. For liquid glass cleaner. © Feb. 16, 
1945; KK 31189. 

Kilinski (Alexander F.) Milwaukee. 5786 

Miniature flyers. For flying toys. © Mar. 29, 
1945; KK 31179. 

Kroger grocery & baking co., Cincinnati. 5787 

Kroger's fres-shore. For quick-frozen fish. 

© Mar. 10, 1945; KK 31788. 

* 

Lang (Gerhard) brewery, Buffalo. 5788 

Horse head. For malt beverages. © Apr. 4, 

1945; KK 31194. 

Lewis national corp., Boston. 5789-5791 

For blueings: 

Mastercraft blue, all-purpose. © Mar. 1, 
1945; KK 31389. 

Mastercraft blue, non-sour. © Mar. 1, 1945; 
KK 31388. 

Mastercraft blue, sour. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 
31390. 

Logansport distilling co., Philadelphia. 5792 

Pennbrook. For blended whiskey. © Dec. 29, 
1944; KK 30809. 

Lummis & co., Philadelphia. 5793 

Lummis krispy krunch. For candy. © Apr. 9, 
1945; KK 31468. 

Medley distilling co. , Owensboro, Ky. 5794 

Mellow bond. For whiskey. © Mar. 22, 1945; 
KK 31467. 

Mercury chemical co., inc., Detroit. 5795 

Rug kleen. For cleaning compound, powdered, 
for rugs. © Jan. 10, 1945; KK 31246. 

Meyer (Frank C.) co., inc., Brooklyn. 5796, 5797 
For shoe cartons: 

Buskens. © Oct. 1, 1944; KK 31141. 
Happy go lucky. © July 1, 1944; KK 31140. 

Minerals, inc., Denver. 5798, 5799 

Soilife. For soil conditioner. © Dec. 15, 1944; 

KK 31431. 

Stokade. For livestock conditioner. © Dec. 15, 

1944; KK 31432. 



5819 



5800 
For mirrors. © 



Mirror mfg. assn., Chicago. 

Mirrors, handle with care. 
Apr. 2, 1945; KK 31379. 

Mon-bolt mfg. co., Knoxville, Tenn. 5801 

Ced-o-bag. For treated cedar shavings or chips. 
© Mar. 16, 1945; KK 31147. 

Moore (Lindley W.), d. b. a. Boy-o-boy products 
CO., Portland, Or. 5802 

Before shaving lotion. For shaving lotion. © 

Feb. 28, 1945; KK 31247. 



Pan American airways, inc.. New York. 5803 

Latin America for trade and commerce via 
Pan American world airways. For trade information 
booklet. © Mar. 15, 1945; KK 31507. 

Penetone co., Tenafly, N. J. 5804 

Household Penetone. For liquid cleaner. © 
Mar. 26, 1945; KK 31165. 

Peterlin bros., Calumet, Mich. 5805 

Blue ribbon frozen foods. For frozen food 
products. © Dec. 11, 1944; KK 31679. 

Play- 'n- learn society of America, Columbus, O. 

5806, 5807 
For poster stamps: 

Play- 'n- learn, know Ohio, the new craze. © 
Feb. 28, 1945; KK 31149. 

Souvenir of Ohio, Play- 'n- learn, know Ohio. 
© Feb. 28, 1945; KK 31139. 

Pruden chemical co., Orlando, Fla. 5808 

Pruicide DDT. For a chemical compound. ® 
Apr. 26, 1945; KK 31722. 

Riddick (John B.) jr., d. b. a. Cinderella, Memphis, 
Tenn. 5809 

Cinderella hormone cream. For cosmetics 

© Apr. 9, 1945; KK 31376. 

Robbins & Naumberg, New York. 5810 

Foot fashions. For hosiery. © Mar. 20, 1945; 
KK 31381. 

Scholl mfg. CO., inc., Chicago. 5811 

Dr. SchoU's insert-o-flex shoes. For shoes. 
© Feb. 3, 1943; KK 32118. 

Science service, inc., Washington. 5812 

Science fundamentals. For experimental kit. 
© Dec. 1, 1944; KK 31429. 

Simon bros. co.. New York. 5813, 5814 

For playshoes: 

Gay shoellettes, the walk of the town. © 
Apr. 3, 1945; KK 31313. 

Raffia walkies, the walk of the town. © Apr. 
3, 1945; KK 31314. 

Speer (Stanley Creighton) Prospect, O. 5815 

Tri set. Three new fascinating card games, 
snafu, turno, patch. For card games. © Mar. 26, 
1945; KK 31150. 

Stafford (John R.) Belleville, 111. 5816 

Fox and geese. For game. © Mar. 19, 1945; 
KK 31312. 



Tobacco by-products & chemical corp.. Inc., 
Louisville. 5817 

Black leaf 155. Form 0586. For a prepared 

dry compound of nicotine. © Jan. 12, 1945; KK 

32078. 

Vienna model bakery, inc., Chicago. 5818 

Helen Gates square white bread slender slices. 
Forbread. © Apr. 9, 1945; KK 31506. 

Vital foods corp., Evanston, III. 5819 

Vital food-factors. For vitamins in powdered 
form. © Mar. 22, 1945; KK 31625. 



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5820 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 40 



VlTlny associated co., West Haven, Conn. 5820 

Black magic by Bolnbi. For perfume. © Feb. 
1, 1945; KK 30857. 

Waldorf paper products co., St. Paul. 5821-5825 
For butter carton: 

Butter, design K3. © Feb. 5, 1945; KK 
30803. 

Butter, design L3. © Feb. 5, 1945; KK 30802. 

Butter, design M3. © Feb. 5, 1945; KK 30805. 

Butter, design N3. © Feb. 5, 1945; KK 30804. 

Butter, design 03. © Feb. 5, 1945; KK 30801. 

Wallace & associates, Butler, Ky. 5826 

I do. For cream for application to the lids and 
lashes of the eye. © Mar. 25, 1945; KK 31664. 

Ward baking co.. New York. 5827, 5828 

Tip- top restaurant bread. For bread. © Mar. 
15, 1945; KK 31377. 



Ward's devil's food sandwich. For cake. © 
Dec. 28, 1944; KK 31430. 

White (Ed.) jr., St. Louis. 5829 

Little kickers infants tot-age shoes. For shoes. 
©Feb. 12, 1945; KK 31191. 

Wilbur- Suchard chocolate co., inc., Lititz, Pa. 

5830 
Suchard South Sea chocolate, ^or chocolate 
and candy. © Apr. 2, 1945; KK 31550. 

Will & Baumer candle co., inc., Syracuse. 5831 

Only Will L Baumer make vigil lights. For 
votive candles. © Feb. 21, 1945; KK 31866. 

Youvan novelties, Long Island City, L. I., N. Y. 

5832 
Kikmiez. For ornamental novelty figures. © 
Feb. 16, 1945; KK 31610. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945 



446 



130 



LABELS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE ACT OF JULY 31, 1939 

[5832 



Goldenwest citrus assn. 
For oranges: 

Captain. RR 138, June 6, 1945. 
Colonel. RR 139, June 6, 1945. 



1-4 



Corporal. RR 137, June 6, 1945. 
General. RR 140, June 6, 1945. 
© Goldenwest citrus assn., Tustin, Calif. 



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THE LIBEABY OF CONGEESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHOBITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGBESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 4 

WOBKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 
DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR 
TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND 
PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING PRINTS AND 
LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 

INCLUDING 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1945 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME '40 
No. 7 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is publish(;d in four parts,. Part 4, formerly issued quarterly, but* now 
issued monthly, is arranged as follows: 

I. Containing Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photographs of- other identifying reproductions, 
deposited according to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and 
Models or Designs for works of art). In this class a subalphabet of titles is used when the copyright pro- 
prietor and artist are the same, this identity being indicated by the use of an asterisk (*) after the name of 
the proprietor. A subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor and artists are different. 

II. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings or plastic works of 
a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 

pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles of commercial prints and labels. 
These will be found at the end of each issue. 

A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of proprietors. 
To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used in this part are as follows: "G," Class G, Works of art; "H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of 
art; "l," Class I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "]," Class J, Photo- 
graphs; and "K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, including prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise. "©" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by date of publication. 
'■© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right Office of the photograph or other identifying reproduction. 

The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. ' 

The Act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the complete calendar year, is $2.00, payable in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express order, or 
New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper : $3.00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2.00 

Part 2, Periodicals — - --- - 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions * 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustratiohs, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers ~ ■> — -50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 



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NOTICE 

The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisioTis of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles -deposited from January 1, 1936, to December 31, 1939, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1945. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifyii^ works of art may not be 
returned. No maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record should make formal request for the 
return of the articles, which must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be supplied 
on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



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CLASS G 

WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR WORKS OF ART 

Note. — An asterisk (*) after the proprietor's name indicates that the artist and copyright proprietor ara 
the same. 



Acson, Nicholas.* 5833, 5834 

Amalia. - Ellas. © May 28, 1945; G 45623, 
45624. 

Adams, George W. 5835 

ErDen, George David: ^ 

The battlefield of fallen timbers, August 20, 
1794. © 1 c. June 7, 1945; G 45379. 

Aehle, Charles S.* 5836 

His angels shall keep thee in all thy ways. © 
1 c. May 14, 1945; G 45266. 

Allan, Jan.* 5837-5845 

Cairn, 284. ~ Greyhound, 285. - German shepherd, 

286. © July 19, 1945; G 45684-45686. 
Samoyede puppy: 

Lying in half position, 293 M. - Sitting up, 

293 T. - Stretched out on one siae, 293 F. © July 

19, 1945; G 45688, 45690, 45691. 
Wire hair puppy: 

Down on all fours, 294 M. - Sitting, 291 T. - 

Stretched out full length, 294 F. © July 19, 1945; 

G 45687, 45689, 45692. 

Allen, Frederick D.* 5846 

Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. © 1 c. June 26, 
1945; G 45479. 

American art works, inc. 5847-5852 

Gougler, Marcelline. Plaque: 

Daffodil. - Lily. - Rose, - Tulip. © May 8, 
1945; G 45627-45630. 
Schuler, Hans: 

Sambo. - Topsy. © Apr. 22, 1945; G 45631, 
45632. 

Andrews, Mildred H.* 5853 

Pixie figure in sundry poses and dress. © 1 c. 
Apr. 17, 1945; G 45360. 

Art sake novelty co. 5854 

Spangenberg, Arno A.: 

Cabrini, Mother. © June 13, 1945; G 45448. 

Ballinger co. 5855-5858 

Banham, Jo'seph E.: 

Perspective elevation drawing of Chambers- 
burg hospital, Chambersburg, Penna., 4976. f' 1 c. 
June 19, 1945; G 45433. 

Perspective elevations of Clifton, N. J. plant 
of Du Mont laboratories, inc., 2209. © 1 c. May 
25, 1945; G 45328. 
Sutton, Daniel E.: 

Nurses home fox York hospital, York, Penna., 
49^5. - Wing audition to General hospital, York, 
Penna., 49/4. © 1 c. each June 12, 1945; G 45387, 
45388. 

Barnes, Harold George.* 5859 

Soupy. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1945; G 45326. 



Baughman, Wooaburn Forry.* 5860 

Peaceful quietness. © May 11, 1945; G 45278. 

Beach, Martha Carolina.* 5861,5862 

Marvel, 1, 2. © 1 c. each Oct. 17, 1944; G 
45465, 45466. 

Berg, Simon E. 5863 

Arkin, Saul M.: 

Nothing to fear, except fear itself. Beloved 
by all humanity. © 1 c. July 16, 1945; G 45633. 

Bernier, Richard.* 5864 

Drawing on cardboard representing landscape. 
© 1 c. Apr. 12, 1945; G 45286. 

Bertrand, Eleanor.* 5865 

Shiela. © 1 c. June 19, 1945; G 45430. 

B lakes lee, Arthur L.* 5866 

To the memory. © 1 c. June 1, 1945; G 45361. 

Boardman, Laurel. 5867-5874 

Denniston, Anna: 

Eenie. - Fe. - Fi. - Fo.- Fum. - Meanie. - 
Minie. - Mo. © 1 c. each May 11, 1945; G 45257- 
45264. 

Bouchard, Gerald.* 5875 

Herman, 1. © 1 c. May 12, 1945; G 45256. 

Breeze U. S. veterans assn. 5876 

Scelsi, Guido J.: 

Breeze U. S. vet. ass'n. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; 
G 45386. 

Brown, Violet Wood.* 5877 

Santa Claus. © June 18, 1945; G 45553. 

Carlock, Elaine.* 5878-5883 

Figurine, 1-6. © 1 c. each July "15, 1945; G 
45617-45622. 

Chestnut, Wilhelmine.* 5884 

The range boss. © 1 c. June 29, 1945; G 45615. 

Citron, Minna* 5885 5903 

Answer yes or no. - Barnyaro madonna. 
Buffeted, - Dancer - The dealer. - Expectations. 
Final adjustment. - The harpists. Lamb creep. 
The little monkeys. News analyst. Old Hee-Haw. 
On the hiring line. Self expression. - Siren's 
song. Staten Islana ferry. Summer reading, 
1 - Waiting cue. - The welder. © 1 c. each June 
13, 1945; G 45400 45418. 

Clark, Herma & Merrill, Marie G. 5904 

Matches, Lucretia: 

Rosalie, the prairie flower. © 1 c. June 14, 
1945; G 45427. 



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590^ 



Connelly, Leo C. 5905 

Bernardini, Michele: 

Bernadette, Saint. © July 16, 1945; G 45555. 

Connors, Helen Therese.* 5906-5908 

Baby eyes. - Cosmopolitan girl. - Gambled with 

dreams. © 1 c. each May 22, 1945; G 4534«-45351. 

Cook, Bertha Rohlin.* 5909, 5910 

Afghan hound, 2-1. © June 15, 1945; G 45505. 
Pug dog. © July 16, 1945; G 45803. 

Corbino, Jon.* 5911 

Circus airealists. © 1 c. May 27, 1945; G 
45346. 



Cordelia china co. 
Hazel, Edward S.: 

A lamb. © June 9, 1945; G 45616. 



5912 



Curry, John Steuart.* 5913-5916 

Coast of Maine singing. - Death of beauty. - Fall 
evening. - The return. © 1 c. each May 26, 1945; 
G 45332-45335. 

Curtis, Jean Carlin.* 5917 

It's a natural! It's 7 up! © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1945; 
G 45320. 

Davison, Louis C, jr.* 5918 

Along 'de Miss'sippi. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1945; G 
45252. 

De Coux, Janel.* 5919 

Kneeling madonna with two kneeling angels. © 
1 c. May 24, 1945; G 45319. 

Deerwester, J. A.* 5920-5923 

Corky. - Jinger. - Oscar. - Tombo. © 1 c. each 
May 11, 1945; G 45396-45399. 

De Hoffmann, Alexander C* 5924, 6925 

The adoration of the Magi. - Heralds of victory 
and peace. © Apr. 20, 1945; G 45444, 45445. 

Denslow, Serena Florence.* 5926, 5927 

Serena Cochin, 1,2. © Dec. 28, 1944; G 45679, 
45680. 

Disney, Walt, productions. 5928-5934 

Disney, \\alt. 

Aracuan bird, 25-260. - The cold blooded 
penguin, 25-25'<, 25-258. Flying donkey and 

Gauchito, 25-259. - Lucifer, 25-b8. - Panchito, 14- 
.118. © 1 c. each May 15, 1945; G 45298-45303. 

Model poses, Cleo, F-3, seq. lA, 19-229. © 
1 c. June 13, 1945; G 45395. 



Donner, Vyvyan.* 

Percy. © Jan. 3, 1945; G 45251. 



5935 



5936-5946 



Dubler, Herbert, inc. 
Josephu, Joseph: 

All, 57. - Angel head, 11. - Baba, 58. - Betty 
Bouquet, 60. - Billy Birthday, 59. - Francis, Saint, 
61. - The little bugler, 56". © June 25, 1945; G 
45544-45550. 

Bunny, 17, 18. - Wall brackets, 13, 14. © 
June 25, 1945; G 45766-45769. 

Ehrenhafl, Lilly Rona.* 5947 

Home again. © 1 c. June 15, 1945; G 45419. 



Pt. IV. n. a., v. 40 



Exclusive feature co., inc. 5948 

Medici, Pasquale: 

Roosevelt, Franklin D. © June 2, 1945; G 
45626. 

Fort novelty co. 5949 

Luchini; Remo: 

Laughing pig. © 1 c. May 26, 1945; G 45463. 

Freifeld, Benjamin B. 5950-5954 

Browne, George Elmer: 

Along the waterfront. © 1 c. June 2, 1945; 
G 45366. 

Farnoon, Walter: 

Winter, IC-2687. © 1 c. June 13, 1945; G 
45390. 

Grant, Gordon: 

Polpurrd io Cornwall. © 1 c. June 2, 1945; 
G 45367. 

Olinsky, Ivan G. : 

Morning. © 1 c. May 25, 1945; G 45330. 
Roth, Ernest David: 

New York old and new. © 1 c. May 25, 1945; 
G 45329. 

Gantner & Mattern co. 5955-5960 

Bothwell, Dorr: 

Bushman's holiday. - Mexican bouquet. - Pan- 
ama rose. © 1 c. each June 25, 1945; G 45482- 
45484. 

Mongolian pony skin. © 1 c. July 16, 1945; 
G 45636. 

Varda, Jean: 

Fiesta. © 1 c. June 25, 1945; G 45481. 

Sea going. © 1 c. July 16, 1945; G 45635. 

General arts. 5961 

Cannon, Glenn: 

Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. © 1 c. June 14, 
1945; G 45426. 

Goldstein, Melvin A.* 5962 

Toyland. © 1 c. June 13, 1945; G 45422. 

Gooaan, Till.* 5963, 5964 

Bronc rider. - Mountain canary. © 1 c. each 
May 14, 1945; G 45267, 45268. 

Gordon, Glenn Du Base.* 5965,5966 

Gable, Clark. - West, Mae. © 1 c, each June 
11, 1945; G 45420, 45421. 



Gorslrne, Doulgas W.* 

Gimbel, Bernard. © 
45312. 



5967 
1 c. May 23, 1945; G 



Gramer, Everett E«lwin.* 5968 

Double G. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1945; G 45364. 

Hambrock, Icte.* 5969 

Many prayers we have said, 1. © 1 c. May 28, 
1945; G 45348. 

Harrison, Martha Ruth.* 5970 

Little Becky. © 1 c. May 22, 1945; G 45309. 

Hildebrand, Gregory.* ^ 59/1 

Stylized weeping elephant. © July 16, 1945; G 
45654, 

Holmes, A. E.* 5972 

All nations welcome but Carrie. © May 4, 
1945; G 45377. 



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n n. 7, 194S . 

Huber, Rowena.* 

Relax! ® 1 c. May 17, 1945; G 45307. 



5973 



Hughes, Raymond Joseph.* 5974 

Lotsa fun cards. © May 26, 1945; G 45357. 

Hunt, Chester Joseph.* 5975 

Pyle, Ernie. © 1 c. June 28, 1945; G 45538. 

Huxley, Edwin.* 5976 

The key to a very great city, Chicago, Illinois, 
U. S. A. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1945, G 45382. 

Jacobson, Julius.* 5977 

Certificate or record of military or naval serv- 
ice. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1945; G 45872. 

Jacunski, Edward Walter.* 5978 

Plaster bust of West Point cadet. © May 20, 
1945; G 45389. 

Tambor, Louis.* 5979 

Evening song. © 1 c. May 16, 1945; G 45290. 

Jaspersen, George H.* 5980 

Veteran world war 2. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1945; 
G 45291. 

Jay, Griff.* ' 5981 

How come. © 1 c. June 9, 1945; G 453JB1. 

Kane, Margaret Brassier.* 5982, 5983 

Angel fish. - Symbols of changing man. © 1 c. 
each July 20, 1945; G 45682, 45683. 

King features syndicate, inc. 5984-5988 

Bundy, Gilbert: 

In the Pacific, set 1 , no. 2. - Plage, Commander 
Henry L., set 1, no. 1. - Purvis, Louis, set 1, no. 
3. - Reprieve from death, set 1, no. 4. A typhoon 
epic, set 1, no. 5. © Apr. 15,1945; G 45314-45318. 

Knight, Nellie Bridget.* 5989 

Our Lady of the Rosary of Fatimar © 1 c. June 
26, 1945; G 45480. 

Koch, Edwin Albert.* 5990 

Drawing of stock cruiser design. © 1 c. May 
14, 1945; G 45288.* 

Lacy, John Holt.* 5991 

Fanciful face. © 1 c. May 29, 1945; G 45362. 

Lamb, Herb, productions, inc. 5992, 5993 

Niei, Milton: 

Bricklayer. - Hod carrier. © 1 c. each Apr. 
13, 1945; G 45324, 45325. 

Leingang, George.* 5994, 5995 

Jet-a-letter. © 1 c. June 4, 1945; G 45375. 
Lovette sweetheart secrets. © 1 c. May 15,. 

1945; G 45331. 

Llewellyn, Matthew C* 5996 

G. I. Jap, G. I. Joe. © 1 c. May 17, 1945; G 
45304. 

Loechert, H. William.* * 5997 

Peace, victory in Europe. © .1 c. Mar. 23, 1945; 
G 45285. 

Loederer, Richard A.* 5998 

Turntoy. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1945; G 45443. 



^ 6035 

« 

Lqv, Lydia Hale.* 5999 

Royal poinciana tree. © 1 c. July 16, 1945; G 
45 i34. 

Ljach, Paul A.* 6000, 6001 

I'.ymbolical figures of a milk man. - Watch face. 
© : c. each June 4, 1945; G 45374, 45378. 

Marn, William Lee. 6002 

Foyd, Margery: 

A modern lady's handbag and 'it's contents. 
© 1 •. May 17, 1945; G 45337. 

Mary .livine Savior, sister. * 6003 

Orif:inal liturgical motifs. Decorative painted 
design; for walls of church, 2 views. © 1 c. Apr. 
12, 1945; G 45327. 

Vlason. Robert Clinton.* 6004 

Fanasies. © 1 c. June 13, 1945; G 45391. 

Mayer, Edward Rolland, sr. 6005-6010 

Sella rs, Helen Mayer: 

G. I. Joe, jr., 3 - 8. © 1 c. each Mar. 24, 
1945, G 45279-45284. 

Mills CO. 6011-6020 

Gollings, William E.: 

Close to home. - Facing the blizzard. - Headed 
for town. - The old stagecoach. - On the hilltop. - 
The phantom team. - Snow trails. - The spook. - 
Waiting. - The welcome package. © June 18, 1945; 
G 45467-45476. 

Murray, William & Cuneo, Teresa A. 6021, 6022 
Cuneo, Teresa A.: 

Our Lady of Laurdes. - Spain. © 1 c. each 
May 30, 1945; G 45355, 45356. 

Namiot, Charles.* , 6023, 6024 

Eisenhower, General Dwight D., presentation 

sword. © 1 c. May 15, "1945; G 45289. 

MacArthur Douglas, presentation sword. © 

1 c. Mar. 26, 1945; G 45255. 

Nash, Mary Arnold.* 6025, 6026 

Christ, the Light of the world. - Tucker, Rt. 
Rev. Henry St. George, presiding bishop of the P. 
E. church of the United States. © 1 c. each May 
11, 1945; G 45253, 45254. 

National tuberculosis assn. 6027 

Phipps, Park: 

Greetings, 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1945; G 
45393. 

Nodel, Sol.* 6028 

In the future. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1945; G 45363. 



O'Neill, Dennis John, jr. 
O'Neill, Dennis John: 

Octa. © 1 c. May 4, 1945; G 45394. 



6029 



Osborne co. 6030-6035 

De Maris, Walter: 

Industrial painting, 4891. © 1 c. June 5,1945; 
G 45372. * 
Erbit, Jules: 

Girl seated at dressing table holding bouquet 
of flowers, 4896. © 1 c. June 5, 1945; G 45368. 
Grant, Gordon: 

Aircraft carrier, 4893. © 1 c. June 5, 1945; 
G 45370. 



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6036 



Hintermeister, Henry: 

Fishing picture, 4894. © 1 c. Juhe 5, 1945- 
G 45369. 

Teller, Grif: 

Country snow scene, 4892. - Welcome heme 
painting, 4889. © 1 c. June 5, 1945; g' 45371, 45273. 

Patrick, Sam.* 6036 

Truman, Pres. Harry S. © 1 c. May 19, 1945; 
G 45308. V 

Pearson, Marguerite S.* 6037, 6038 

The sunlit alcove. - Young lady drawing. © 1 c. 
each June 26, 1945; G 45477, 45478. 

Pushman, Hovsep.* 6039 

Forgotten hope, 461. © 1 c. June 11, 1945; G 
45383. 

Realing, George A.* 6040 

And on earth, peace. © 1 c. May 23, 1945; G 
45313. 

Richards, Harry W. ' 6041 

Chamberlain, Muriel. 

Roosevelt, Franklin uelano, 1882-1945. © 
June 11, 1945; G 45385. 

Ripley, Aiden Lassell.* 6042-6044 

Ruffed grouse. - Two woodcock. - Woodcock. 
© 1 c. each May 4, 1945; G 45321-45323. 

Rittgers, Lafayette Laso.* 6045 

Hula girl. © June 15, 1945; G 45625. 

Robbins, Frederick Goodrich.* 6046 

Newfound, © June 14, 1945; G 45429. 

Rondot, Edward Eugene.* 6047 

Eddie Electron. © 1 c. June 18, 1945; G 45428. 



pt. IV. n. s.. V. 40 



Royal oak ceramics. 
Morgan, Arthur C; 

Pelican. © July 10, 1945; G 45613. 



6048 



Rubinstein, Joseph A.* 6049 

Hep permit. © 1 c. June 10, 1945; G 45384. 

Ruotolo, Onorio.* 6050, 6051 

Roosevelt, F. D., all races memorial. © 1 c. 

May 23, 1945; G 45311. 

Roosevelt, F. L., 1882-1945. © 1 c. May 14, 

1945; G 45287. 

Saffora, Ruth Perkins.* 6052-6060 

Banquet hall, Mt. Vernon. - Bedchamber, - Roy- 
all house. - Family dining room,Mt. Vernon. - Hall, 
Lee mansion, Marblehead. - Kitchen, Kenmore. - 
Library, Mt. Vernon. - The pantry, Mt. Vernon. - 
Washington's bedroom, Mt. Vernon. - West parlor, 
Mt. Vernon. " © 1 c. each June 19, 1945; G 45434- 
45442. 

Sanden, Arthur GustSiv.* 6061 

Roosevelt, Franklin D. © Apr. 30, 1945; G 
45451. 

Sartorius, Lynwood P.* • 6(X62 

Dinky's ainer. Cast of characters. © 1 c. June 
19, 1945; G 45432. 



Smoot, Louise.* 6063-6065 

Pansy. - Rose. - Violet. © 1 c. each June 15, 
1945; G 45423-45425. 

Soares, Joaquim Pita. 6066 

Paulekos, Vito A,: 

American marine. © Mar. 11, 1944; G 45612. 

Sorensen, Niels M.* 6067 

The first house built on Manhattan Island. © 
July 18, 1945; G 45818. 

Southwest national bank. 6068 

Russell, Charles M. : 

Indian buffalo hunt. © 1 c. May 18, 1945; 
G 45306. 

Spooner, Harry Polydore.* 6069 

Phoenix, Arizona. © 1 c. June 19, 1945; G 
45431. 



Tukel, Joseph George.* 

Sherlock Holmes. © 
45305. 



6070 
1 c. May 16, 1945; G 



Tulk, Alfrea James.* 6071-6078 

Be still. Fear not. Behold your God, 315, - Heal 
me, O Lord and I shall be healed. Save me and I 
shall be saved. For Thou art my praise, 298. - Lo, 
I am with you alway, even unto the end of the 
world, 289. © 1 c. each May 25, 1945; G 45343- 
45345. 

Follow me. Peace be still. Be not afraid, 290. - 
Jophiel, archangel of truth, 304. - Lo, I am with 
you alway, 330. - The transfiguration. Annunciation. 
Nativity, 297. - Watch thou in all things, 293. © 
1 c. each Apr. 14, 1945; G 45338-45342. 

Vandewalle, Lawrence A. 6079 

DeMan, John F.: 

The mysteries of the rosary. © 1 c. July 
20, 1945; G 45681. 

VanWolf, Henry.* 6080-6088 

American antelope. - Deer. - Deer with fawn. - 
Elk. - English setter. - Modern horse head. - 
Moose. - Mountain goat and kfb. - Puma. © 1 c. 
each May 14, 1945; G 45269-45277. 

Vermont marble co. 6089 
Richardson, Earl C. 

Stewart-Swift memorial, D3-191. © May 31, i 

1945; G 45376. ^ 

Viking toy co. 6090 

Jensen, Helga M., pseud, of Hing F. Chu & Helga 
M. Chu: 

Zoo. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1945; G 45365. 

Waano-Gano, Joe.* 6091 

Little Elk, Cheyenne. © 1 c. June 8, 1945; G 
45380. 

Ward, Montgomery, & co. , inc. 6092 

Hallsthammar, Carl: 

Guernsey cow. © Mar. 2, 1945; G 45678. 

Warner bros. cartoons, inc. 6093 

Jones, Charles M.: 

Eager Beaver. © 1 c. May 28, 1945; G 45347. 



m 



136 



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no. 7, 1945 


6100 


Winslow, Sylvia V. & Winslow, Alvan K. 6094-6098 


Mar. 17, 1945; G 45293-45296. 


Winslow, Sylvia: 

Autumn in the valley. © 1 c. May 12, 1945; 
G 45292. 


Wittman, Alex,* 6099 
The golden piano. © Jan. 1, 1945; G 45265. 


Cover or insert for booklet for Kern County 
chamber of commerce. - The flowers of California. 
- Reflections. ~ Song of the river. © 1 c. each 


Zicke, Anthony.* 6100 
The tinker. © 1 c. July 13, 1945; G 45614. 



Number of entries ol Works of Arts included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945- 



996 



672894 O - 45 - 2 



137 



CLASSES H-K 

REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 

OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



American airlines, inc. 6101 

Fashions inflight. © Apr. 14, 1945; K 58363. 

American *ank' note co. 6102-6104 

Combination special V-86467, laydown from V- 

84302, Barber asphalt corporation. © June 27, 

1945; K 58699. 

V- 86207 J special. Industrial trust company. © 

May 21, 1945; K 58293. 

86328. © May 1, 1945; K 58483. 

American cancer society, Inc. 6105-6114 

A cancer danger signal, progressive change in 
the color or size of a wart. - Delay may be Invol- 
untary suicide. - Don't doubt, find out. - Don't gam- 
ble! Any sore that does not heal. It may mean 
cancer. - Just Indigestion oris it cancer? - Perhaps 
cancer, probably not. - Persistent hoarseness 
could be cancer. = Sure! Cancer is curable. - Why 
take a chance? It may be cancer. -You'll live longer 
If you obey this signal. © Feb. 4, 1945; K 58222- 
58231. 

American central mfg. corp. 6115-6121 

According to plan. © 1 c. July 10, 1945; J 38126. 
A-huntlng we will go. - Every customer a sales- 
man. - Give 'em Ideas! - Happy ending. - Informa- 
tion, please. - Simple as A B C. © 1 c. each June 
28, 1945; J 38073, 38075, 38079-38082. 

American mutual liability Insurance co. 6122-6126 

And here are the really dangerous animals. © 
May 10, 1945; K 58500. 

It's time these booby traps were labeled. © 
Apr. 19, 1945; K 58499. 

Mr. Friendly and the bugbear at plant no. 3. © 
Apr. 7, 1945; K 58502. 

Mr. Friendly took my wrinkles off. © June 7, 
1945; K 58501. 

Next time the headlines scream. © June 14, 
1945; K 58503. 



Ames, Charles Edgar. 

Prlce-dividend-yleld graph. 
I 36110. 



© May 9, 



6127 
1945; 



6128-6130 

by Anthony Thleme. © 



Ashley, David, Inc. 

In the Bkhamas, 34 
June 27, 1945; H 2938. 

Madonna and Child, the Santiago Madonna, 1009; 
by Bartolome Esteban Murlllo. - Madonna and 
Child- with St, Francis and St. Jerome, lOlO; by 
Francla [pseud, of Francesco dl Marco dl Glacomo 
Ralbollnl] © June 12, 1945; H 2920, 2921. 

Atlas educational film co, 6131-6134 

Machine shop work. Basic machines. The drill 

press, © June 1, 1945; J 38129. 

Machine shop work. Operations on the turret 

lathe. Bar work. Magnesium: 

Necking and threading by use of attachment 

and by die head, 3. - Setting up bar mechanism and 

roller turner, 1. - Setting up multiple roller turner 

and turning a taper, 2, © June 1, 1945; J 38130- 

a8132. 



Attardo, Angelo Thomas. 6135 

Bogey's Bogana. © 1 c. June 15, 1945; J 37989. 

Audubon graphic society. 6136, 6137 

Margulies, Joseph: 

Back in port. - Gloucester reflections. © 
Mar. 15, 1944; K 58269, 58270, 

Ballew, W. V. Smoke, & associates. 6138, 6139 

Smoke rings. - Smoky Joe. © Apr. 1, 1945; 
K 581*99, 58200. 

Bankers trust co. 6140 

Fully taxable U. S, treasury obligations, gross 
yields and prices. © May 2, 1945; I 36091. 

Basevi, N. G. 6141-6182 

[Children] 13-24. © Jan. 2, 1945; K 58332- 
58343. 

[Flowers] 1-12. © Jan, 2, 1945; K 58320-58331. 

[Good Shepherd] 1073. - [Guardian angel] 1074, 
1077. - [Jesus Child with children] 1078. - [Jesus 
with children] 1075. - [Madonna and Child with 
angels] 1076. © June 1. 1944; K 58301-58306. 

[Infants] 25-36. © Jan. 2, 1945; K 58308-58319. 

Bastlan-Blesslng co. 6183 

Annual sales of liquefied petroleum gaseS. © 
Mar. 23, 1945; I 36109. 

Bernhardt, Marlon L. 6184 

Imposter. © 1 c. July 13, 1945; J 38128. 

Best & CO., Inc. 6185 

On to final victory. © May 20, 1945; K 58180. 

Bethlehem steel co. 6186-6190 

Before you light your torch, notify the fire ae- 
partment. © Feb. 19, 1945; K 58189. 

He Isn't holding back, are you? Buy war bonds. 
© May 14, 1945; K 58188. 

The more we produce the sooner can the heavy 
score against the Jap barbarians be settled and our 
tortured fighting men avenged. Think It over, the 
next time you feel like taking a day off. Stay on the 
job. © Feb. 26, 1945; K 58192. 

Sparks, unprotected stowage, fire. © Feb. 26, 
1945; K 58190. 

Wrong! Right! Keep oily waste covered to pre- 
vent fire. © Apr. 30, 1945; K 58191. 



Blackington, Dora Hayward, 

Mt. Monadnock from Keene, 
1945; K 58696, 



N. H. © 



6191 
July 7, 



Blank & StoUer, 6192, 6193 

Portrait of Thomas I. Parkinson, president of 
Equitable life assurance society, 393 7th ave.. New 
York, N. Y.: 

Seated at desk. - Head and shoulders. © 1 c. 
May 15, 1945; J 37983, 37984. 



138 



CLASSES H-K 



n o. 7. 1945 



6276 



Boatenreiter, Charles Baker. 6194 

Domestic dish drainer. © Jan. 1, 1945; J 37988. 

Bohannon, Alonzo. 6195, 6196 

Automatic waffle iron. - Fountain paint brush. 
© 1 c. each May 8, 1945; I 36104736105. 

Borin art products co. 6197-62C2 

Apple blossoms and pinks. Delphiniums and 
peonies. - Dogwood. - Larkspur and roses. - Poppies. 
© Feb. 4, 1944; K 58345-58350. 

Bowman, Joe Clower. 6203 

General details of prefabricated buildings using 

pre-built wall panels. © 1 c. May 8, 1945; I 36106. 

Bray studios, inc. 6204, 6205 

Aircraft work. Wood fabrication. Wing assembly: 
The bow tip, 6. - The Inboara panel, 5. © 
Apr. 1, 1945; J 38069, 38070. 

Brown, Joe H. 6206 

Power take-off. © 1 c. May 10, 1945; I 3611'(. 

Brown & Bigelow. 6207-6258 

Belfry of Ghent, Belgium, 35161. - The blue 
window at Chartres, France, 3517^,. - Buenos Aires, 
35165. - Cairo, Street of the Wazir Gate, 35168. - 
Chateau Frontenac, 35169. - A Chinese riverside 
town, 35167. - Florence, Ponte Vecchio, 35170. - 
The great white palace at Udaipur, India, 35163. - 
Lincoln memorial, United States, 35162. - London, 
St. Paul's Cathedral, 35164. - Narofiord, Norway, 
35171. - Zurich, Switzerland, 35166. © Apr. 30, 
1945; K 58202-58213. 

Black Bart, road agent, L 35281. - Death Valley 
Scotty, L 35282. - Jed Smith's last stand, L 35285. - 
Jesse James eludes a posse, L 35289. - Night guard, 
L 35287. - Pawnee Bill, L 35283. - Riproaring 
Dodge City, L 35291. - Sitting Bull's warriors, L 
35288. - Texas rangers, L 35284. - The Donner 
expedition, L 35290. - The surrender of Billy the 
Kid, L 35286. - Wuatt Earp, Deputy U. S. Marshal, 
L 35292. © Apr. 30, 1945; K 58374-58385. 

The doctor said I needed glasses. - Here's a hot 
dish. - I'm out for a good time and-a-half. - Is my 
face red. - My diver's license. - No, I didn't call 
the plumber. - Notes to you. - Now, this is just 
between you and me. - Some chicken. - Thumb fun, 
eh, kid. - Where 'd all those drips come from. - Who 
said beautiful but numb. © June 18, 1945; K 58459, 
58461-58468, 58470-58472. 

The fall roundup. © Mar. 19, 1945; K 58460. 

Holiday travelers. © June 18, 1945; K 58469. 

The Mountain Boys: 

Ah jest heerd the gov'mint is puttin' ceilin's 
onto used cars, this'n sure could use one, L 35245. 

- Ah'm worried cuz yore paw ain't moved fer the 
last couple o' days, go wave this pin-up gal in front 
o' him, L 35244. - Gran'maw's been hidin' her 
store-teeth in the rain barrel ever since Oncle 
Rafe swiped 'em to make thet skunk trap, L 35243, - 
Maw con't bend over fer anything since she got thet 
new-fangled mail-order corset, L 35ii46. - Maw 
warshed the danged window yesterday, then she 
fergits to tell Paw an' he leans out to spit, L 35241. 

- Maw's spraying' the bean plants, she mixed ar- 
senic of lead in with- Paw's chawin' tobaccy, L 
35248. - Mebbe it's fer feedin' somethin' bigger'n 
hawgs, L 35247. - Oh, 'scuse us, Mrs. Hawkins, 
yore ole man jest sed you wus doin' some washin', 
L 35242. - Paw's all set fer winter, let's put, in the 
moth balls, L 35251. - Reckon Cousin Watt's the 



workin'est feller In the county, had the seven year 
eetch an' scratched it out in six, L 35252. - We 
gotta git thet skunk smell off 'n Oncle Hunk, this is 
the fourth time the dawgs has led us here today, 
L 35250. - You gotta be no lesser'n a fourth cousin 
or Gran'pappy don't let you in the new one, L 
35249. © Apr. 30, 1945; K 58371-58373, 58386- 
58394. 

O'er the land of the free. © June 18, 1945; K 
58473. 

You're telling me. © Mar. 1, 1945; K 58351. 

Buff, Marguerite A. 6259 

Behavior-graph. © Feb. 28, 1945; K 58437. 

Bulletin co. 6260-6264 

All present and accounted for at theCirminello's. 
© June 12, 1945; K 58458. 

It's highchalr time for the quadruplets. ® July 
2, 1945; K 58705. 

It's teething time at the Cirminello home. © 
May 28, 1945; K 58353. 

Mitey quads join the mighty 7th. © May 21, 1945; 
K 58179. . 

Progress report on tbe Cirminello quadruplets. 
© May 16, 1945; K 58181. 

BuUis, Zaidee C. 6265 

Tommy Tucker, squirrel, in his plaid chair 

holding bottle of Pepsi-cola. © 1 c. June 19, 1945; 
J 38010. 

Campbell, R. E., James, K. H. & Greenlee, L. E. 

6266 
Sorting wheel for coat hangers. © 1 c. May 
10, 1945; I 36113. 

Caron, Leonard F. 6267 

It's Tough Stuff. © Mar. 1, 1945; K 58359. 

Carver, A. j. 6268 

Carrier's traveling museum. © Mar. 20, 1945; 
K 58232. 

Catalda fine arts, inc. 6269, 6270 

Botke, Jessie Arms. Cockatoos: 

Leadbeater, 814. - Molucca, 815. © May 15, ' 
1945; h'2923, 2924. 

Cesal, Joseph. 6271 

My neighbors' sons. © May 1, 1944; K 58368. 

Christian fellowship center. 6272 

A soldier's dream. © May 3, 1945; K 58456. 

Cimini, Pasquale L. 6273 

Proposed Buffalo's new subway loop, Cimini 
& Hanavan amended plan. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1945; 
I 36093. 

Clark, Henry F. 6274 

Grumman F7F-2 tigercat tears up Tokyo. © 
June 29, 1945; K 58693. 

Cleofe, Lawrence. 6275 

Victory chair with the spring. © 1 c. June 7, 
1945; J 37974. 

Coca-cola co. 6276 

Meet the people today. © May 9, 1945; J 38102. 



139 



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GZIL 



Colef, S. 6277-6288 

[Floral] R 181-13— R 181-18. - [Landscape] R 
60-1— R 60-6. © May 1, 1945; H 2926-2937. 

College of medical evangelists. • 6289' 

Hormonal influence on female sex organs. © 
Mar. 21, 1945; I 36102. 

Colman, Malvina G.* 6290 

The C»lman key to the world and its peoples. 
© Aug. 1, 1944; K 58479. 

Colourpicture publishers, inc. 6291-6308 

Do you need a light-house-keeper, GL-16. - 
Happy daze, GL-7. - Hello, do you like my lines, 
GL-10, - Here I am, GL-3. - Hot, isn't it,GL-18. - 
I can't help letting out a thigh, GL~12. - Knotty but 
nice,GL-9. - Lonesome, GL-4. - Nature's wonder- 
ful, GL 1. - Personality plus, GL-11. - Plenty on 
the ball, GL-15. - Something nice to keep under 
your hat, GL-5. - Sorry I had to leave my beau be- 
hind, GL-8. - Thinking of you, GL-6. - Waiting for 
my male, GL-17. - What's on your mind, GL'2. - 
Why hug the shore when I'm around, GL-13. - Wow, 
this place is full of beach-combers. Tm gonna be 
a wreck, GL-14. © June 1, 1945; K 58438-58455. 

Curtis studios. 6309-6312 

Cantwell, Archbishop, poses A-D. © 1 c. each 
May 21, 1945; J 38091-38094. 



Daggett & Ramsdell. 
Mountain heather. 



6313 
© 1 c. May 5, 1945; I 36094. 



Dailey, William E. 

Jeepo toy. © 1 c. May 10, 1945; I 36116. 



6314 



Dean products co. 

Quick-snap thread shear. 
J 37985. 



6315 
© 1 c. June 9, 1945; 

6316-6320 



DeFrenes & co. 

Automotive ^eries. Bus operation. 

The operator and his job, 1. - The operator 
and his passengers, 2. - The operator ana safety, 
3. - School bus operation. Bus care and mainte- 
nance, 4, pt. 1. - School bus operation. Passengers, 
driving hazards, safety, 5; pt. '2. © June 1, 1945; 
J 38018-38022. 

Deschler, M. B. 6321, 6322 

Aluminum telescope windows installed in single, 
double, or triple windows, Y-99. - Self-contained 
aluminum cabin window unit, horizontal slide, Y-97. 
© 1 c. each May 9, 1945; I 36107, 36108. 



Dixon, Wilton. 

Dixon's elliptical extensions. 
I 36383. 

Dodd, John David, & associates. 

Lincoln-Roosevelt broadside. 
K 58344. 



6323 
© Mar. i, 1945; 

6324 
© May 25, 1945; 



Drown, Ruth B. 6325 

Drown radio therapy. © June 1, 1945; K 58405. 

Eagle model aircraft co. 6326-6330 

Dreamer. © May 1, 1945; I 36095. 

Ercoupe. - General's skyfarer. - Lambert ition 
ocoupe. - Piper cub coupe. © Feb. 15, 1945; 
I 36096-36099. 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 40 



Eckstein, Jane Stevens. 

Ecky. © May 10, 1945; K 58107. 



6331 



Edwards, William Archibald. 6332 

Construction., Plotting, with compass and rule, 
points a curve, the curve to be used with compass 
and rule, first, to divide the circumference of a 
circle or any part of it, or anv angle in any manner 
in which a straight line may be divided; second, to 
lay off on a straight line segments proportionate to 
the arcs of a circle or to angles. © 1 c. May 10, 
1945; I 36115. 

Encyclopaedia britannica films, inc. 6333 

The weather. © 1 c, June 28, 1945; J 38071. 

Enix, Ralph. 6334 

Rhythm at the races. © 1 c. June 13, 1945; J 
37987. 

Falkenberg, Charles W. 6335 

Cruise control computer. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; 
I 36128. 

Fowler, Alfred. 6336 

The blue horse; by Pop Chalee. © Apr. 2, 1945; 
H 2925. 

Frankel, Allan J. 6337 

The Liberty bell will tell it well. © Apr. 23, 
1945; K 58422, 

General cable corp. 6338-6340 

At every step, it's just got to be right, 7, © 

June 28, 1945; K 58515. 

Raw materials, they've just got to be right, 5. © 

May 15, 1945; K 58172. 

Reel shoring. It's just got to be right, 6. © 

June 4, 1945; K 58364, 

General foods corp. 6341 

Calumet-Swans Down assigned product cam- 
paign, spring, 1945. © 1 c. Apr, 16, 1945; J 37813. 

General motors corp. Fisher body div. 6342, 6343 
The job is only half done. © May 14, 1945; K 

58247. 

On target, © June 25, 1945; K 58697. 

Gentile, Edward. 6344 

A mother's love. © May 4, 1945; K 58187. 



Geyer, Howard Marion. 6345 

Perspective line sketch tablet. © Mar. 22, 
1945; I 36092. 

Goldring, Samuel S. 6346 6348 

Cannibal: Stop around anytime, I'd gladly have 

you for lunch. ^© Sept. 15, 1943; K 58215. 

I'm going to see this gal darn town if it cost 

me a quarter, © Oct. 10, 1943; K 58214. 

The more I see of some people the better I like 

my dog. © Mar. 5, 1940; K 58425. 



Griffin, Charles William. 

Dollar $aved. © June 7, 1945; K 58404. 



6349 



Grigassy, Julius 6350 

[The countenance of Jesus when He spoke His 
seven words on the cross on the Mount of Calvary] 
© July 2-, 1945; K 58691. 



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no. 7. 1945 



Gross, Edward, co., inc. 6351-6354 

Annunciation, C-10. - Madonna of the Garden, 
C-9. - Our Lady of Divine Grace, C-7. - Saint Joseph 
and Child, C-8. © June 19, 1945; K 58396-58399. 

Hackney, Winston Myron. 6355 

A transparent plastic chair with colored plastic 
rods in slots in the middle of the back, the slots 
being sealed by spiral threads at each end, 69. © 
1 c. May V, 1945; I 36101. 

Harper, General B. 6356 

That I may rest in peace. © June 20, 1945; K 
58692. 

Hearst consolidated publications, inc. 6357-6383 

An American tragedy. © June 30, 1945; K 58504. 

Banzai. © June 5, 1945; K 58286 

Distant echoes. © June 20, 1945; K 58407. 

Don't let him fool you. © May 26, 1945; K 58178. 

Don't look now. © June 13, 1945; K 58360. 

'E day. © June 19, 1945; K 58402. 

Ebbing. © June 2, 1945; K 58249. 

Every man to his taste. © May 28, 1945; K 
58182. 

Following the leader. © May 25, 1945; K 58177. 

Going to bat for 'eta. © June 27, 1945; K 58498. 

He ain't kidding, brother. © May 24, 1945; K 
58174. 

His youngest. © May 29, 1945; K 58185.' 

Louder and funnier. © June 23, 1945; K 58436. 

The only permanent basis. © June 29, 1945; K 
58505. 

Our boy's home. © June 18, 1945; K 58401. 

Overcrowded. © June 7, 1945; K 58285. 

A pain in the neck. © June 1, 1945, K 58201. 

Pleasant dreams. © June 22, 1945; K 58435. 

Putting teeth in it. © May 31, 1945; K 58198. 

Pygmalion. © June 26, 1945; K 58474. 

So he can't change his spots, huh. © June 15, 
1945, K 58365. 

This is news! © June 4, 1945; K 58248. 

The uninvited. © June 14, 1945; K 58361. 

We point with prioe. © June 16, 1945; K 58366. 

The wild man of Borneo. © June 12, 1945; K 
58354. 

You can say that again. © June 21, 1945; K 58406, 

You're holding up the war. © June 28, 1945; K 
58497, . 

Hermitage art co. , inc. 6384 

Thanksgiving, no. 1206. © July 12, 1945; K 
58701. 

Hermon, Lowell Vance. 6385 

Low cost metal window. © 1 c. May 10, 1945; 
1 36114. 

Hessler studio. 6386-6390 

Roosevelt, Eleanor, 16239-8. - Truman, Marga- 
ret, 20871-10. - Truman,Mrs. Harry S., 1,2, 20871- 
1, 20871-13. - Truman, Mrs. Harry S. and Tru- 
man, Margaret, 20871-5. ©.1 c. each May 2, 1945; 
J 38004-38008. 

Hooper, Merlin Sutherland. 6391 

Tropical storm clouds. © 1 c. June 6, 1945; J 
37973. 

Hoover co. 6392-6394 

It's your baby - Now is the time. - Tailor- maoe 
training. © 1 c. each June 28, 1945; J 38072, 38076, 
38078. 



6444 



Hotel Lexington. 6395 

Brings back memories of old Hawaii. © June 
10, 1945; K 58400, 

Hudson, J. L., co. 6396 

Your salesbook. © 1 c. July 10, 1945; J 38123. 

Industrial equities, inc. 6397 6405 

Don't be discouraged if your first suggestions 
aren't all hits. Try again, H-42. - Don't fence me 
in. You don't have to. confine your ideas to your 
own department, G-31 Here's a tough one to 

crack. How can we simplify our production methods, 
G 41. - How can we eliminate accidents? Cash in 
on your ideas, G 45. Ideas are essential to our 
progress. Cash awards will be paid for ideas we can 
use, H-2. - Men with ideas built our business. 
Men with ideas will come up from the ranks to 
take their places. H-10. - There's another new 
plant, wonder if they could be a post war customer, 
H-33. - Today's ideas will be tomorrow's standards, 
G-34. - Your idea may be tops with us, send it in 
now, H-20. © May 28, 1945; K 58487-58495. 

Jackson, Vera Ruth. 6406 

Easter bonnet. © 1 c. June 9, 1945; J 37986. 

Kawneer co. 6407, 6408 

Kawneer rolled store front construction, KF- 
4101. - The standard division. Rolled store front 
construction, ZF-410L © Sept. 27, 1944; 136088, 
36089. 

Kellogg CO. 6409, 6410 

And to think I hailed July 4th. © June 26, 1945; 

K 58698. 

Barefoot boy with cheek of tan. © May 26, 1945; 

K 58307. 

Kemper, Thomas co. » 6411 

Evening. © Jan, 1, 1945; K 58369. 

King features syndicate, inc. 6412-6421 

Little Evy, 1, 3 11. © May 7, 9 12, 14-18, 
1945; K 58111-58120. 

Kolak, Stefan. 6422 

Eagle, © Oct. 31, 1941; K 58395. 

Kuprion, John F. 6423 6425 

Edgewood King, boy stallion. - Edgewood Queen, 
3 gaited walk trot mare. Lady Le Grand, 3 gaited 
walk trot mare. © 1 c. June 15, 1945; J 38001- 
38003. 

Landon, Alice E. 6426 

Ben Adhem, smooth-coated St. Bernard dog. © 
1 c. July 1, 1945; J 38095. 

Lewis, Carl, 6427-6429 

Alexandria, Va , Masonic memorial temple, 

view 1. - Mount Vernon estate, views 2, 3. © May 
31, 1945; J 38083-38085. 

Little, Noah Herbert. 6430 

Service record. © Mar. 28, 1945; K 58434. 

Little, Virginia Cleaves. 6431 6444 

The gate to Rockport, Mass. - Sportsmen of the 
sea at anchor in Rockport Harbor, Mass, - Surf 
near the Devil's Den between Pigeon Cove and 
Rockport, Mass. - Young and old take to the \yater 
at Rockport, Mass. © Apr. 16, 1945; K 58235, 
58240, 58244, 58246. 



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6445 



pt. IV, n. s.. V. 40 



Rockport, Mass: 

The ai'tists' motif no. 1. - Five fishermen at 
motif no. 1. Front Beach and Observatory Point. 
- Gill netters at motif no. 1. - Old Garden Beach. - 
Sandy Bay yacht races from the Headlands. The 
seething ocean at Flat Point. The shore path at 
Pigeon Cove= - Surf near the Old Steep Bank Landing, 
Land's End. - The Yacht club and harbor from 
Atlantic avenue. © Apr. 16, 1945; K 58233, 58234, 
58236-58239, 58241-58243, 58245. * 

Loucks & Norling studios. 6445 

Engineering electronics. The diode, principles 
and applications, 2. © Mar. 1, 1945; J 37943. 

Low, Gisela. . 6446-6449 

Circumstances cards, - £vent cards. Fortune 
cards. - Lot cards. © 1 c, each May 26, 1945; J 
37948-37951. 

McCall Corp. 6450 

Business, and the duration. ® May 1, 1945; K 
58496. 



McClasky, Jay A. 6451-6455 

Courageous Flash- - Flying Victory. King of 
the Plains. - Magnesium, action. - Magnesium, 
head. © 1 c. each June 4, 1945; J 37958-37962 

McDougall, Randolph G. 6456 

Roosevelt (Pres. ) © May 1, 1945; J 37940. 



McLaughlin, Herbert. 

Pals. © May 24, 1945; J 37947. 



6457 



McPherson, Anna Talbott. 6458-6461 

Christ knocking at the door, 6. © Feb. 10, 
1942; K 58475. 

God's love to the nations, series 2, no. 2, © 
Apr. 20, 1945, K 58476. 

In Nazareth's carpenter shop, 8. © May 5, 1944; 
K 58478. 

Of such is the Kingdom, 9. © Jan. 12, 1945; 
K 58477. 

Main, John B., jr. 6462 

Hydraulically operated mowing machine attach 
ment for tractors. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1945; I 36090. 

Mann, Marion G. 6463 

Auto ventilator system. © 1 c. May 11, 1945; 
I 36129. 

Manufacturing chemists' assn. of the United States. 

6464 
Manufacturing chemists' association. © June 
12, 1945; K 58420. 

May, Gerald Jaffa. 6465 

Welcome home. © June 18, 1945; K 58426. 

Mead Johnson & co. 6466 

Such is the kingdom of heaven. © May 30, 
1945; K 58403. 

Moore ; C. Lenwood. 6467 

Pyle mausoleum. © 1 c. May 6, 1945; I 36100. 

Morton, Al. . 6468, 6469 

Extra! Good news..- V-E day in Salt Lake City, 
© June 15, 1945; J 38016, 38017. 



Murphy, Thos. D. Co. 6470 

Welcome Home. © June 4, 1945; K 58424. 

National Bronx bank of New York. 6471 

A rousing Bronx cheer. © Apr. 22, 1945; K 
58432. 

National dairy council. 6472 

A great team. © May 25, 1943; K 58173. 

National printing c'o. , inc. 6473 6477 

Cheeri-notes; 1-.5. © June 11, 1945; K 58686- 
58690. 

Nemeth, Ted, studios. 6478, 6479 

Aircraft work. Aircraft maintenance. Repair- 
ing aircraft tires. © May 1, 1945; J 37942. 

Nursing. Teaching crutch walking. © May 1, 
1945; J 37963. 

Nethe, I. J., & co. 6480-6488 

[Children, Indians and pirate] - [Lambs, kittens 
and chicksj - [Pied Piper] - [Red Riding Hood] - 
[Snow White and dwarfs] [Three bears] [Three 
bunnies] - [Three little pigs] - [Two fluffy kittens] 
© Mar. 22, 1945; K 58276 58283, 58370. 

Norcross. 6489-6523 

Ain't I a little stinker to remind you of your 
birthday., 10HB44. Another birthday? So what! 
Ole rockin' chair, 15HB17. Because it is your 
birthday, my special wish for you, whatever makes 
the year ahead, 15(jB48. - Say that again! Yeah! 
I'll say it again, 15HB63. ©May 18, 1945; K 58137, 
58141,58143,58171. 

Angel-ettes, © Mar, 16, 1945; K 58153. 

Bringing you best wishes for Christmas. - 
Christmas greetings to my husband, wishing it 
with vigor. 15N943. - Comin' in with a pack of good 
wishes for Christmas, 15N376. - I couldn't muff 
it, merry Christmas, 10N388. Just waitin' and 
anticipatin', I'd park on the mantel, 25N362. - 
Merry Christmas' And I'm not just sayin' it, 
25N363. - Merry Christmas, happy New year. - 
A merry Christmas sweetheart, do I love you? 
35N.738. - Oh boy, are they warm! Same old pair, 
but good as new, 10N389. To you who are so 
dear to me, because you're very dear, 50N746. - 
Well, hope your Christmas is swell! 1'0N382. 
With every good wish for Christmas and the New 
year. © Mar. 3, 1945; K 58144-58146, 58154, 
58155. 58157 58159, 58164, 58168 58170. 

Goodbye and good luck, sending a million good 
wishes, 15TR945. - Just for you a birthday wish, 
10GB8. May golden joys fill every hour of this 
glad day of days, ii5AN737. - No shortage of wishes 
for your birthday-, I got all the makin's, 10HB14. 

- Signature note. - There's going to be a shower, 
please come whether the weather is sunny, 5NV351. 

- With our love daughter on your birthday with a 
double share of love, 15FB147. - You're going to 
hear from me soon I'll sharpen my wits, 10FR360. 
© May 11, 1945; K 58139, 58148, 58151, 58156, 
58161, 58163, 58166, 58167. 

A happy birthday daughter dear and ahead of 
you, a happy year, 25FB77. © Apr. 27, 1945; 
K 58150. 

Hooray' The old appendix is out' Appendix out? 
Well don't you fret! 15CN404. © Apr. 23, 1945; 
K 58142. 



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6606 



I woke up too late for your birthday, your birth- 
day caught me napping, 10SB53. - Sa-a ay! Ain't 
this the day, 10HB40. - To my darling wife a birth 
day wish, all my love and best wishes, 15FB758. 
© May 4, 1945; K 58138, 58140, 58162. 

It's Christmas, merry Christmas. - To the 
dearest wife in the world, merry Christmas, 
i5N968. © Mar. 23, 1945; K 58152, 58165. 

Old-fashioned birthday greetings, gone is the 
day of the hoop skirt, 10GB6. - On your wedding 
anniversary, it's the folks we love we think about, 
15AN209. © Apr. 20, 1945; K 58147, 58149. 

Signature note. © Apr. 13, 1945; K 58160. 



O'Brien, Frank M., jr. 6524-6528 

Big game agility. - Big game thrill. - Blue 
lightning. - Pelican's free lunch. - Piscatorial 
comet. © 1 c. each June 7, 1945; J 37977-37981. 



Order of St. Benedict, inc. 6529-6539 

Alleluia, LP 136. - Begone Satan, LP 127. - 
Christ, our Pasch, LP 135. - Fill the hearts of Thy 
faithful, LP 137. - He hath destroyed death, LP 
133. - In Him was life, LP 134. - The Lord is my 
refuge, LP 130. <■ The Lord is my salvation, LP 
131.,- This first of His signs, LP 129. - To Thee, 
O Lord, LP 132. - Watch and pray, LP 128. © June 
18, 1945; K 58408-58418. 

Osborne co. 6540-6547 

Baby in fruit basket, P 2108. - Boy and girl 
feeding duck, P 2107. - Girl looking at love birds, 
P 2111. - Little girl ironing, P 2106. - Little girl 
with goat, P 2104. - Machias River lumbering 
scene, P 2103. - Rosenstiel, Jon. Boy at prayer, 
P 2112. © 1 c. each June 5, 1945; J 37964-37970. 

[Combination design of thermometer, graduations, 
and points of compass] © May 31, 1945; K 58367. 

Otstot, Ray. 6548 

Possible pay zones in the Ordobician and Rea- 
gan sandstone formations, indicating probable up- 
ward movement of oil and dis\ribution thru faults 
and crevasses in earth's crust. © May 7, 1945; 
136111. 

Pantle, C. D. 6549-6554 

Jesus goes visiting, •!. - When Jesus was a boy, 

6. © June 8, 1945; K 58509, 58514. 

Playtime and rest time, 3. - Seeing and hearing, 

2. - The new home, 5 - When the raindrops come, 

4. © June 8, 1945; K 58510 58513. 

Payne, John L. 6555, 6556 

To those who wear these pins, our thanks, b. - 
To wearers of this pin, our thanks, a. © May 8, 
1945; K 58355, 58356. 

Pecha, O. P., jr. ' 6557-6562 

Blue bonnet time - Golden sunbeam. - Poplar 
lane. Shady nook. - Twilight valley. - Winter idyll. 
© Apr. 2, 1945; K 58216-58221. 



Pike, Milton J. 6563, 6564 

Exclusive Truman photo. © June 22, 1945; K 

58419. 

Truman, President Harry S. © 1 c. June 18, 

1945; J 38009. 



Providence lithograph co. 6565-6569 

Because he was sorry. - God's beautiful world. 

- Helping a friend. Something nice. - Wondering 

about rain and sun. ©June 25, 1945, K 58427-58431. 

Pullman co. ' 6570-6572 

The best cared for wounded in the world. © 

Apr. 26, 1945; K 58506. 

But you've got to get here tomorrow! © Mar. 

29, 1945; K 58176. 

Well, they can't say they didn't know! © Mar. 

1, 1945; K 58175. 

Quaker state lithographing co., inc. 6573-6584 

Beagle. ■ Boston bull. - English bull. - English 

setter. - GReat Dane. - Pointer. - Police dog. - 

Scottie. © Dec. 15, 1944; K 58258-58265. 

Bluebird, 9. - Magnolias, 401. - Sea swallows, 

8. © Jan. 1, 1945; K 58266-58268. 

Snowy egret, 70. © July 1, 1944; K 58271. 

R. C. M. productions, inc. 6585-6600 

Precision wood machining-. Fundamentals of 
patternmaking. Making a: 

Core box for a flanged pipe elbow, 10. ■ Core 
box for a tail print, 4A. - Core box for a vertical 
core, 9. - Match board pattern, 8. - One piece 
flat pattern, 1. - Pattern with a tail print, 4. © 
May 15, 1945; J 37931-37933, 37937-37939. 

Precision wood machining. Operations on the band 
saw. 

Sawing a reverse curve and a bevel reverse 
curve, 2. - Sawing with jig and changing band, 1. 
© May 15, 1945; J 37926, 37930. 

Precision wood machining. Operations on the 
sander. Sanding flat and irregular surfaces, 1. 
© May 15, 1945; J 37928. 

Precision wood machining. Operations on the 
spindle shaper. 

Cutting grooves with circular saw blades, 
3. - Rabbeting and shaping an edge on straight stock, 

1. ' Shaping after template and shaping curved edges, 

2. © May 15, 1945; J 37925, 37927, 37934. 
Precision wood machining. Operations on the 

variety saw: 

Beveling, mitering, rabbeting and dadoing, 
2. - Cutting cove molding and corebox, 4. - Cutting 
• tenons and segments, 3. - Ripping and cross- 
cutting, 1. © May 15, 1945; J 37924, 37929, 37935, 
37936. 

Raybourn, Jewel William. 6601,6602 

Smoother paddle strop, incased handle. © 1 c. 

June 5, 1945; I 36319. 

Smoother safety razor blade sharpener. © 1 c. 

Apr. 3, 1945; I 36320. 

Recordit co. 6603 

Direct hit. © Oct. 30, 1944; K 58183. 

Reinhardt, Robert Malvern. 6604 

Standard breecjs of dairy goats. © Dec. 15, 
1944; K 58421. 

Religious news service. 6605 

Heroic chaplains who gave their lives for love 
of God, 1. © June 1, 1945;J 38090. 

Riblet, Mary E, 6606 

Map of Hamlin Lake, Mason County, Michigan. 
© May 19, 1945; K 58184. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Ringling bros. & Barnum & Bailey combined shows, 
inc. 6607, 6608 

Ringling bros. and Barnum & Bailey. The 

greatest show on earth. © May 17, 1945; K 58291. 
Ringling bros. and Barnum & Bailey. The 

greatest show on earth. © June 6, 1945; K 58292. 

Robbins, Frederick Goodrich. 6609 

When Mr, Lincoln smiled. © Jan. 29, 1945; K 
58363, 

Rowe, Mack D. 6610 

Glory to God in the highest and on earth peace, 
good will toward men. © May 12, 1945; J 37953. 

Rust craft publishers, inc. 6611-6649 

A bouquet for you, mom, at Easter, 10EF184. - 

An Easter greeting across the miles to you, lOEWll. 

- For you, sister, 10EF195. - Happy Easter, baby 
dear, 10EW13. - Hope you'll soon be out again, 
10EW17. - On your Easter birthday, 10EW16. © 
July 5, 1945; K 58706, 58724-58727, 58 730. 

Bringing Easter greetings, 10E433. - Happy 
Easter, 15E477. - Happy Easter, from someone 
who cares, 25E532, - To mother and dad at Easter, 
15EF230. © July 5, 1945; K 58729, 58733, 58736, 
58741. 

Easter greetings, 15E494, - Easter gi*eetings 
from me to you, 10E440. - Easter greetings to my 
wife, 15EF233. - Easter greetings to someone dear, 
10E452. - An Easter message to a friend of mine, 
15E479. - For baby's first Easter, 10EW14, 10EW15. 

- From both of us to mother, an Easter greeting, 
15EF226. - Happy Easter again, 10E454, - Happy 
Easter baby, 10EW26. - Happy Easter, dear aunt, 
15EF257. - Happy Easter, dear daughter, 15EF240. 

- Happy Easter to a very dear mother, 10EF181. - 
Here we come round at Easter time, 10EW18.— 
I'm lucky to have a friend like you, 10E443. - 
Remembering you at Easter time, 10E442. - To 
mother at Easter, 25EF281. - To you, sweetheart, 
at Easter, 25ES116. © July 5, 1945; K 58708-58716, 
58728, 58731, 58732, 58734, 58735, 58747-58740. 

Happy Easter to you. © July 5, 1945; K 58707. 

A little birdie told me, 10BG1256. - A welcome 
to the sweet. little baby, 10AC4462. - When you're 
away, 15AF7031. © Apr. 20, 1945; K 58104-58106. 

Persian fantasy, 15EF241. - Petunias, 15ES102, 
15EF232. - Poem in color, 15EF250. - Scarlett 
O'Hara, 15EF225. ^ Springtime, 15EF251. - Sym- 
phony in blue and gold, 15E478. © July 5, 1945; 
K 58717-58723. 

St. Louis zoological board of control. 6650, 6651 
St. Louis zoo: 

Chimpanzee cowboy. - Elephant training. © 
June 14, 1945; K 58694, 58695. 

Saracini, Joseph Aloysius. 6652 

Meditative prayer. © 1 c. May 30, 1945; J 
37941. 

Schink, Robert K. 6653 

Panzer dusters. © June 16, 1945; K 58352. 

Seip, Herbert F. 6654-6664 

Left hand drives twin tire hammer end down 
against head near rim edge, 42. - Left hand twin 
tire hammer no. 1 strikes right handed twin hammer 
no. 2 as 2 is moved around rim, 44. - Move twin 
tire hammers around rim. Strike tire head to move 
tire loose by either hand, 40. - Reversing twin tire- 
hammer heads by changing hammers from one hj^nd to 
the other, 41. - Reversing twin tire hammer 2 to 



pt. IV, n. s., v. 40 



strike hammer 1 held by left hand, 45. - Right and 
left handed twin tire hammers both heads the same, 
38. - Right hand drives twin tire hammer end 
down between head and rim edge to loosen tire, 43. 
- Twin tire hammers to be held by left hand and 
right hand or swung, 39. © 1 c. each July 16, 1945; 
J 38138-38145. 

Rear view of tire hammers designed by H. F, 
Seip, showing handles in holes in rear side of 
hammer tire tools. Hammer no. 2 for truck tire 
ser. work. Hammer no. 3 for 1000 lb. and 3000 lb. 
tire changing, 23. - Tire hammer head no. 1 with 
handle and rounded end at bottom. This end to be 
from 1/4 inch up to 2 1/2 inches in thickness, 
either flat, rounded or semi-rounded to protect 
heavy tire heads up to 2 ton tires, 24. - Tire ham- 
mers weigh each per lbs. printed near each ham- 
mer head or bottom end, displayed in a photo print 
showing the designs and angles of each hammer 
head, with holes in sides and bottom ends, narrow 
or wide, flat or rounded, 22. © 1 c. July 2, 1945; 
J 38087=38089. 

Shannon, Matthew Michael. 6665 

United States maritime service. © Sept. 10, 
1944; K 58482. 

Sheldon, Henry Hargrave. 666^, 6667 

All aboard. © 1 c. July 16, 1945; J 38137. 
Down comfort. © 1 c. June 6, 1945; J 37976. .. 

Shoumatoff, Elizabeth. 6668 

Roosevelt, Franklin D. © June 14, 1945; K 
58507. 

Simon, Isadore. 6669 

Eyes are cast upon a brand that proved best. 
© 1 c. May 12, 1945; J 37982. 

Simpson, R. C, & Gilbert associates, inc. 6670 
To you who wear this emblem of honor. © June 
12, 1945; K 58357. 



Slater, Edwin L. 

U. S. traveler. *© May 5, 1945; K 58358. 



6671 



Smith, Hal, associates, inc. 6672-6674 

Employee rating, HS-8. - Recommendation for 
employee change, HS-5. - Summary sheet, HS-7. 
© Decs 17, 1944; K 58194-58196. 

Sperry gyroscope co., inc. 6675-6677 

The veteran returns to work, 1-3. © 1 c. each 
May 17, 1945; J 37944-37946. 

Staley, C. C. 6678 

Fishing pliers. © 1 c. May 10, 1945; I 36118. 

Stark bros. & Beyer, inc. 6679 

The Red cross rose certificate of appreciation. 
© June 18, 1945; K 58508. 

Stein, Fred. 6680 

'Mann, Thomas. © 1 c. June 20, 1945; J 38015. 

Sussman, Louis Irwin. 6681 

Scripts and scraps. © 1 c. June 7, 1945; J 37975. 

Swan, Balhil. ' 6682-6690 

New G. I. home service, plans A, F-I, K, R, S. - 
New G. I. home service. Moi\tview homes, plan U. 
© May 2, 1945; I 36119-36127. 



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6747 



Swift & CO. 6691, 6692 

Buy it here! - Here's how. © 1 c. each June 28, 
1945; J 38074, 38077. 

Teich, Curt, & co., inc. 6693-6703 

0-7491, D-7492. © Dec. 12, 1944; K 58134, 
58135. 

Greetings from Ball state teachers' college, 
Muncie, Indiana, 4B H328. © Nov. 26, 1944; K 
58133. 

Greetings from Cape Girardeau, Missouri, 
4B320-N. - North Carolina state toast card, 4B- 
H1495. © June 15, 1945; K 58484, 58486. 

Greetings from Chico, Calif., 3B-H1699. © Oct. 
30, 1944; K 58131. 

Greetings from Cordele, Ga., 4B143-N. ©Nov. 
29. 1944, K 58129. 

Greetings from Hannibal, Missouri, 4B119-N. 
© Oct. 20, 1944; K 58130. 

Greetings from Jefferson City, Missouri, 4B310- 
N. © June 18, 1945; K 58485. 

Greetings from Saint Simons Island, Georgia, 
4B-H520. © Dec. 4, 1944; K 58128. 

Greetings from Tulsa, Oklahoma, the oil capital 
of the worla, 4B-H243. © Oct. 17, 1944; K 58132. 

Thieme, Anthony. 6704 

Hauling nets. © June 18, 1945; K 58433. 

Thompson, .-Arthur E. 6705 

Retail sales chart of Oregon and Washington. 
© Apr. 26, 1945; I 36103. 

Trappe, Carl R. & Stone, Robert Dunlop. 6706 

Realm of the golden dragon. © June 1, 1945; 
K 58272. 

Treacy, Pierre Rouget. 6707 

Mr. Slicker Shurtz. © Sept. 2, 1941; K 58481. 

Tribe, Howard Earl. 6/08, 6709 

Tree of the wind. © Aug. 1, 1944; J 37914. 
Who said food. © Dec. 15, 1944; 4 37915. 

Turner, John H. 6710 

Gold ore from the Rocky Mountains. © May 1, 
1945; K 58700. 

United States brewers foundation, inc. 6711 

Western barbecue. © Feb. 12, 1945; K 58186. 

Universal pictures co.; inc. 6712 

Truman, President and Mead, Thomas. © 1 c. 
June 2, 1945; J 37 952. 

Vacha, Lottie E. 6713 

Mickey and Laddie, son of Lassie. © June 16, 
1945; J 379.1. 

Vogler, Nina J. 6714 

F. D. R. Going home. © Apr. 23, 1945; J 37972. 

Waldron-Desmond insurance agency. 6715 

The Waldron-Desmond insurance agency letter- 
head showing knight on horseback. © Feb. 18, 1945; 
K 58457. 

Walker, Gene K. 6716-6721 

Automotive operation and maintenance. Pre- 
ventive maintenance: 

The battery, ignition and electrical system, 
2. - Engine tests and tune up, 5. © May 23, 1945; 
J 37993, 37994. 



Automotive operation and maintenance. Pre- 
ventive maintenance. The cooling system and fuel 
system, 4. © Apr. 14, 1945; J 37992. 

Automotive operation and maintenance. Pre- 
ventive maintenance. The engine assembly, 3. © 
May 19, 1945, J 37990. 

Shipbuilding skills. Pipeflttlng, 8, 9: 

Installing valves in engine room systems, 
parts 1, 2. © Nov. 5, 1944; J 37991, 37995. 

Warren, Robert Luther. 6722-6725 

On the border. © June 1, 1945; J 37956. 
Pecos: 

Auto bridge. - High bridge. - High bridge, 

new & old. © May 15, 1945; J 37954, 37955, 37957. 

Waterman, R. C. 6726-6728 

Protect your home. - Security of the home. - 

Your major objective. © Apr. 2, 1945; K 58702- 
58704. 

White, Wally. 6729 

Cry baby. © 1 c. June 30, 1945; J 38086. 

Whittaker, William D. 6730 

Angle scope, © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1945; I 36112. 

Willard pictures. 6731-6735 

Nursing: 

Hydrotherapy. - Therapeutic uses of heat and 
cold, part 1. Administering hot applications. © 
May 25, 1945; J 37996, 38000. 

Nursing: 

Radiotherapy. High dosage treatment. 
Therapeutic uses of heat and cold, part 2. Admin- 
istering cold a'pplicatlons. © May 28, 1945; J 37997, 
37998. 

Nursing. The vital signs and their interrelation. 
© May 4, 1945; J 37999. 

Willems, Henry J. 6736 

Santa Claus postage stamp. © Mar. 28, 1945; 
K 58193. 

Winden, P. J. 6737 

Lock without key. © 1 c. May 11, 1945; I 
36130. 

Winters, Battle P. 6738 

The fourth inaugural address by Franklin 

Delano Roosevelt, January 20, 1945, the first 

fourth term president of the United States of 
America. © Apr. 20, 1945; K 58197. 

Wolfe, John J. 6739 

Honor roll dedicated to American valor. © 
June 1, 1945; K 58480. 

Wright aeronautical corp. 6740-6747 

Awash in the Atlantic, the first submarine cap- 
tured by plane wallows below a Hudson. August, 

1941. ~ A few against many, dauntlesses from far- 
off carriers race to the Battle of Midway. June, 

1942. - From out of the South Pacific, helldivers 
make the initial raid on Guam. July, 1944. - High 
over Regensburg, flying fortresses drone to Africa 
on the first AAF shuttle raid. August, 1943. - Long 
a Pacific mystery, the secret naval base at Truk 
Is hit by avengers. February, 1944. - On Independ- 
ence day, havocs scud across the Channel on the 
first American raid over Europe. July, 1942. - Out 
of the night, superfortresses come from Chinese 
bases for their first Japanese raid. June, 1944. - 
Sweeping low over rice paddies, Mitchells from a 
navy carrier raid Tokioforthe first time. April, 
1942. © Apr. 26, 1945; K 58250-58257. 



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Young women's Christian assn. National board. 



6748 



Going our way? © Apr. 5, 1945; K 58423. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Reproductions of works of art (including 27 one-copy entries) ,.______.„_____ — ___.= 134 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (including 297 one- 
copy entries) ~.--~--~-^--..-~ ~ — __...._.._ 512 

Photographs (including 202 one-copy entries) - = - — — --_-__.=. — 504 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 222 contributions to periodicals and other 

one-copy entries) — ._.._.__=.__ = __ — „.______ — _ — = __„___ — _ .__ 1,711 

Total „_- = -=- = -.-== = ~-= = -= 2,861 





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PRINTS AND DRAWINGS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[6748 



Hurley, Edward Timothy. 1-3 


© Edward Timothy Hurley, Cincinnati. 


The canal near Mohawk. R 138634, May 5, 




1945. 


Taylor instrument cos. 4-7 


Cincinnati, from the Kentucky side. R 138636, 


Tycos recording thermometer. Charts nos. 157, 


May 5, 1945. 


1006Y, 1705, 4102. © Taylor instrument cos., 


The Lincoln Statue. R 138635, May 5, 1945. 


Rochester, N. Y. R 139101-139104, May 14, 1945. 



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Abbott laboratories, North Chicago, III. 6749 

Invasion costs plenty! For pharmaceutical prod- 
uct. © May 14, 1945; KK 32755. 

Adel precision products Corp., Burbank, Calif. 

6750-6767 
Adel color slide viewer. For color slide viewer. 
© May 30, 1945; KK 32787. 

Aael means dependability. For kitchen utensils, 
cameras, sheet metal fasteners, viewers, hydraulic 
valves. © May 16, 1945; KK 32243. 

Adel precision products corp. For hydraulic 
aircraft equipment & metal fasteners. © May 28, 
1945; KK 32786. 

Adel serves American airlines. For hydraulic 
valves, line supports, anti-icing systems and other 
hydraulic equipment. © Apr. 15, 1945; KK 32240. 

'*Adel serves Pan American World airways. For 
hydraulic valves, line supports and anti-icing 
apparatus. © June 15, 1945; KK 33172. 

Adel tube clamps are best. For tube clamps. 
© May 9, 1945; KK 32241. 

Csn he clamp down? For conduit supporting 
clips. © June 20, 1945; KK 33171. 
For hydraulic control systems: 

Prompt engineering service on modification 
problems. © Mar. 10, 1945; KK 32566. 

Rescue boats prove dependability of Adel. 
ISOdraulic remote controls. © Apr. 15, 1945; KK 
32568. 

For hydraulic valves : 

The hard way means dependability. © Mar. 
1, 1945; KK 32238. 

Hydraulic bulletin, design simplicity scores 
again. © Mar. 5, 1945; KK 32565. 
For sheet metal fasteners: 

Call out stalock. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 32567. 
? F. O. B., fastened on better. © May 15, 
1945; KK 32239. 

Stalock. © May 22, 1945; KK 32570. 
Stalock bulletin. More genuine stalock fast- 
eners now available to Industry. © May 12, 1945; 
KK 32242. 

Gear up with Adel. For self-contained hydraulic 
actuator units. © May 1, 1945; KK 32569. 

Precise throttle control from remote stations. 
For hydraulic remote control systems and apparatus. 
© June 5, 1945; KK 32788. 

Precision hydraulic equipment. For hydraulic 
apparatus and systems including valves and pumps. 
© June 16, 1945; KK 32972. 

Adler sons shoe Corp., New York. 6768 

Adler makes you taller. Now you can be taller 
than she is. For men's shoes. © May 3, 1945; KK 
32852. 

Advermat publications, Brooklyn. 6769 

Want-ad review. For newspaper and magazine 
publication. © May 22, 1945; KK 32590. 

Aovertisers' service division, inc., New York. 

6770 
All American, all time sport champions. For 
bread and cake. © June 22, 1945; KK 32894. 



Agency paper co.. New York. 6771, 6772 

Air mail lightweight stationery. Bird's nest. 

For sky-rite air mail stationery. © May 15, 1945; 

KK 33327. 

Profit lightning strikes again. For take-off 

carbon paper. © June 15, 1945; KK 33326. 

Aircraft- marine products, inc., Harrisburg, Pa. 

6773, 6774 

The AMP electrical repair kit. For electrical 
wiring devices. © Jan. 23, 1945; KK 32563. 

AMP U-grip, insulation support, hand tools 
[and] press dies. Inst, sheet no. 106 A. For hand 
tools and press dies for electrical wiring devices. 
© June 11, 1945; KK 32754. 

Aluminum cooking utensil co.. New Kensington, 
Pa. 6775-6780 

And a joy forever. For pressure cooker. © 
June 10, 1945; KK 33149. 
For aluminum utensils: 

Dad says my halo's becoming. © May 31, 
1945; KK 33148. 

Have you heard about the coffee pots that 
went to college? © May 11, 1945; KK 32236. 

He asked mother for a dowry. © June 27, 
1945; KK 33174. 

I'm shameless, the way I hold my men. © 
July b, 1945; KK 33253. 

It's kitchen magic! For aluminum pressure 
cookef. © Apr. 20, 1945; KK 32083. 

American central mfg. corp., Connersvllle, Ind. 

6781 
American kitchens first in television. For all 
metal kitchen units. © May 21, 1945; KK 32767. 

American engineering CO., Philadelphia. 6782-6788 

AE task force of capstans and gypsies. For 
capstans and gypsies. © Mar. 15, 1945; KK 31944. 

Burns all kinds of solid fuel. For AE perfect 
spread stoker and Taylor stokers. © Mar. 25, 
1945; KK 31945. 

For lo-hed electric hoist: 

Lo-hed 1/4 ton electric hoist lifts more 
pounds per day! © Apr. 15, 1945; KK 31946. 

There's a lo-hed electric hoist for every lift 
and haul. © June 15, 1945; KK 33200. 

How to give sheet metal a facial. For Hele-Shaw 
fluid power pump. © May 25, 1945; KK 32775. 

More steam at lower cost. For AE perfect 
spread & Taylor Stokers. © Apr. 25, 1945; KK 
32597. 

This car puller equals this for spotting cars! 
For AE lo-hed hoists & lo-hed car pullers. © 
May 15, 1945; KK 32598. 

American gas assn., New York. 6789, 6790 

What's new in the house that gas runs. For gas 

kitchen. © May 1, 1945; KK 32796. 

Your bee, our baby. For gas ranges. © Mar. 

20, 1945; KK 31965. 

American locomotive co. & General electric co., 
Schenectady, N. Y. 6791-6794 



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For transportation equipment: 

Now it's target, Tokyo, 113-136. © June 16, 
1945; KK 33048. 

No. 201 plays stand-in, 113-135. © May 5, 
1945; KK 32589. 

Reunion at Texarkana, 113-131. © Apr. 21, 
1945; KK 32052. 

A tug for Desirade, 113-139. © June 2, 1945; 
KK 32887. 

American molasses co., New York. 6795 

Make your precious sugar go further with grand- 
ma's old fashioned molasses. For molasses. © 
May 22, 1945; KK 32825. 

American photocopy equipment co., Chicago. 6796 
The new 42 inch continuous photocopy machine - 
APECO CP-421. For photocopy machine and parts. 
© July 13, 1945; KK 33379. 

American silk mills, inc.. New York. 6797 

Printed peek-a boo! Another exciting fabric by 
American. For rayon fabric. © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 
32883. 

Anheuser-Busch, inc., St. Louis. 6798 6802 

For beer: 

A bell that rings for liberty, every morning. 
Crowd and alarm clock. © Apr. 7, 1945; KK 33261. 

They listen, to help win the war. Ration 
board. © Apr. 27, 1945; KK 33262. 

Uncle Sam's best friends are his mothers. 
Housewife. © May 12, 1945; KK 33263. 

Wearily we roll along, but we'll keep on roll 
ing. People getting on bus.^ © June 7, 1945; KK 
33265. 

Your dealer has it, a big supply of patience. 
Grocer counting ration points. © May 26, 1945; 
KK 33264. 

Animal trap co. of America, Lititz, Pa. 6803 

Give me a stop loss every time. Fori animal 
steel trap. © May 2, 1945; KK 33196. 

Armour & co., Chicago. 6804-6809 

For meat: 

How to make two new dinners. © Apr. 25, 
1945; KK 31923. 

How to turn a salad into a meal. © Mar. 30, 
1945; KK 31922. 
f:.- In our town, treet is the meat for a family 

' gathering! © Apr. 22, 1945; KK 31924. 

Some like it hot. © May 20, 1945; KK 32399. 
Ten minute dinner tricks. © Mar. 28, 1945; 
KK 31925. 

Treet is the meat. © May 15, 1945; KK 32398. 

Atkins, G. C, Dallas. 8810 

National supreme seal popcorn. For popcorn. 
© May 20, 1945; KK 32919. 

Austenal laboratories, inc., Chicago. 6811-6815 
For vitalon resin: 

Vitalon denture resin. Look in the patient's 
mouth. © May 28, 1945; KK 32535. 

Vitalon denture resin. Now you can give your 
patients restorations. © May 28, 1945; KK 32532. 

Vitalon denture resin. Vitalon acrylic resin 
is color fast, © May 28, 1945; KK 32533. 

Vitalon denture rosin. Vitalon, here's an 
acrylic resin. © May 28, 1945; KK 32534. 

In your practice, a royal flush. For non-precious 
dental alloy and artificial teeth. © May 17, 1945; 
KK 32195.. 



Aviation corp., Detroit. 6816-6822 

Avco automatic door operators. For automatic 
door operator. © Feb. 6, 1945; KK 32577. 

Boy, am I busy. For heaters. © Jan. 28, 1945; 
KK 31961. 

I shouldn't let you look yet. For kitchen range. 
© Mar. 18, 1945; KK 32848. 

Let electronics open and close your garage doors! 
For door operators. © Apr. 25, 1945; KK 33100. 

Meet your own private doorman. For automatic 
door operators. © Feb. 25, 1945; KK 31963. 

Third degree, with you in mind. For aircraft 
engines. © Feb. 20, 1945; KK 31962. 

Wow ! For Spencer heater. © Feb. 6, 1945; KK 
32731. 



Basic foods sales corp., New York. 6823 

The frost-o-^fast quiz. For cake icing. © May 
25. 1945: KK 32893. 



Bell aircraft Corp., Buffalo. 6824 

A modern industrial miracle. For aircraft. © 
June 3, 1945; KK 32841. 

Bellin's wonderstoen co., New York. 6825, 6826 
For depilatory: 

Get a wonderstoen, and shed your winter coat! 
© Apr. 20, 1945; KK 32121. 

Hair on lip? © Feb. 25, 1945; KK 32032. 

Belmont radio corp., Chicago. 6827 

Keep your eyes on Belmont television. For 
radios and television receiving sets. © May 3, 
1945; KK 32479. 

Bendix aviation corp., Detroit, Teterboro, N. J. 

6828-6833 
Bendix electronic research makes possible an 
entirely new -world of entertainment. For radar 
and radio equ^jment, © Apr. 20, 1945; KK 31905. 
For aircraft instruments: 

Air position indicator places planes on target 
and directs them safely home. © May 18, 1945; 
KK 32454, 

Installation instructions. Oxygen flow indi- 
cator. © May 23, 1945; KK 32491. 

Installation instructions. Rate of climb indi- 
cator. © May 23, 1945; KK 32488. 

Operation instructions. Demagnetizer for 
magnetic drag tachometer indicator. © May 23, 
1945; KK 32489. 

Operation instructions. Sextant bubble cham- 
ber filling apparatus. © May 23, 1945; KK 32490. 

Bendix aviation corp. Pacific div.. North Hollywood, 
Calif. 6834, 6835 

Now, more than ever, headquarters for hydraulic 

and radio developments. For radio and hydraulic 

equipment. © Feb. 5, 1944; KK 32785. 

3000 PSI hydraulic equipment. For various 

elements of hydraulic apparatus. © Mar. 15, 

1945; KK 32273. 

Bernardin bottle cap co., inc., Evansville, Ind. 

6836 
Bing-test Bernardin Mason jar lids and bands. 
For jar lids and bands. © June 5, 1945; KK 33013. 

Best & CO., inc., New York. 6837 6939 

B. V. D. does a young man's sport shirt. Peter 



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Pan cotton, perfect for a girl's playsuit. For men's 
shirt and girls' playsuit, © May 18, 1945; KK 
32306, 

Bates cotton makes such a lovely frock. Young 
cosmopolitans go for our plaid cooler. For girl's 
dress and jr. miss dress. © June 8, 1945; KK 
32708. 

Beach winner with new wrap-around skirt. For 
misses beach suit. © June 10, 1945; KK 32814. 

Becoming playsuit in dazzling white. For misses' 
playsuit. © May 3, 1945; KK 31914. 

Best's famous shirtmakers worn and loved by 
thousands of women. For misses dresses. © June 
8, 1945; KK 32710, 

Big bows, such a pretty accent for the little felt 
hat you'll wear all summer. For misses' hats. ® 
June 21, 1945; KK 32939. 

Black and white summer drama. For misses' 
dress and gown. © June 22, 1945; KK 32943. 

Black town dress for young cosmopolitans. For 
jr. miss dress. © June 28, 1945, KK 33165. 

Button-up suit classic in good gray flannel. For 
misses suit. © May 25, 1945; KK 32393. 

Clean-cut white, summer favorite for active 
sports. For misses swim suit, beach coat and 
playsuit. © June 1, 1945; KK 32529. 

Cool and crease -resistant. Mistysheerby Ever- 
fast. For misses' dress. © June 6, 1945; KK 32705. 

Cool gray-striped seersucker for a summer two 
piecer. For misses dress. © May 22, 1945; KK 
32386, 

Cool sheer black for summer in town. For 
misses' dresses. © June 17, 1945; KK 32933. 

Cool two-piecer for young cosmopolitans. For 
jr. miss dress. © June 27, 1945; KK 33161. 

Cotton blossoms for summer evenings. For 
misses' gowns. © May 16, 1945; KK 32299. 

Cottons are cool. Gleaming accents on smart 
new hats. New, pretty, practical white plastic. 
For little girls' dresses, misses' hats and hand- 
bags. © May 3, 1945; KK 31913. 

Cottons for sun or city, wonderful for week-end 
commuting. For misses' dresses. © June 27, 
1945; KK 33160. 

Crisp and beautifully colored Mexican cotton. 
For misses dress. © May 25, 1945; KK 32392, 

Dark for town. New and cool, these dark sheer 
rayons perfect for midsummer in town, smart far 
into fall. For misses dresses. © July 1, 1945; 
KK 33250. 

Dash-about coat for young cosmopolitans. Hug- 
ables. For junior miss coat, dolls. © Apr, 6, 
1945; KK 32002, 

Dress and jacket, the perfect summer costume. 
For misses sunback dress and jacket. © May 31, 
1945; KK 32527, 

Dress up for summer dates in pastel chambray. 
For misses' dresses. © June 7, 1945; KK 32706. 

Easy going casuals by Menlhan. For misses' 
shoes. © May 4, 1945; KK 31917. 

Easy going casuals by Menihan. Bright plaid 
cotton for our Mother Hubbard coat. For misses' 
shoes, misses' beachcoat. © May 17, 1945; KK 
32300. 

Encore. Our suit in Forstmann wool doeskin. 
For misses' suit. © June 27, 1945; KK 33163. 

Eyelet cottons, flower colors and town black. 
For miss dress. © May 1, 1945; KK 32295. 

Feather flowers. For misses' hats. © June 6, 
1945; KK 32703. 

For boys, all wool bathing trunks. Cotton robes 
for after-bath playtimes, at home and by the sea. 



For girls robes and boys swimming trunks. © 
May 31, 1945; KK 32526. 

For healthful feet and long wear Bestflex, a 
Bpst exclusive. Young cosmopolitans welcome 
summer in cool casuals. For children's shoes and 
jr. miss dresses. © June 15, 1945; KK 32823. 

For junior mothers-to-be pretty pinafore dresses. 
Best's swim suit winners because they're crisp 
cottons. For jr. miss maternity dresses and misses 
swim suits. © June 7, 1945; KK 32707. 

For summer young cosmopolitans like button- 
front dresses, so cool and easy to wear. For jr. 
miss dresses. © May 25, 1945; KK 32394. 

For young cosmopolitans, crown soap 'n' water 
pique print. For junior miss dress. © May 4, 
1945; KK 31919. 

For young cosmopolitans, gay cottons take the 
limelight whereever young cosmopolitans gather. 
For jr. miss dresses. © June 1, 1945; KK 32530. 

For young cosmopolitans, pique print. For jr. 
miss dress. © May 22, 1945; KK 32385. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. A 
blanket, lightweight, soft and warm. For baby 
blanket. © May 15, 1945; KK 32296. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. Baby is 
dressed in fine white lawn. For baby dress. © 
June 19, 1945; KK 32934. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. Hand 
smocking on fine white lawn. For little girls' 
dresses. © June 5, 1945; KK 32700. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. No more 
dresses for him, just something functional, easy 
to get into and suited to his way of getting around. 
For little boys creeper. © May 22, 1945; KK 32387. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. Our 
exclusive cotton print makes a dainty sun dress 
for little girls. For little girl's pinafore. © Julv 
12, 1945; KK 33357. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar, S'tting 
up now and seeing the world in a charming .stel 
frock. For little baby's dress. © May 1, 1945; 
KK 31912. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. Stripes 
for color, and the sturdiest of cotton twills. A 
suspendender sunsuit, its matching jacket. For 
little boys sunsuit and jacket. © Apr, 24, 1945; 
KK 31751, 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. The 
carriage is dressed for summer, in dotted Swiss, 
ruffled and lace trimmed. For carriage cover set. 
© June 26, 1945; KK 33158. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. The 
soft cotton is by Everfast. For little boy's suits. 
© May 29, 1945; KK 32523. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. This 
little classic suit. For little boy's suit. © June 
12, 1945; KK 32815. 

Frost flowers etched on matelasse organdy. 
For misses' dress. © May 4, 1945; KK 31916. 

Frosty rayon sheer in black-etched pastels. 
Bright stripes for our bare -back playsuit. For 
misses dress and playsuit. © May 24, 1945; KK 
32390. 

Frosty white for a cool lightfooted summer. 
For misses' shoes. © June 6, 1945; KK 32704. 

Gay dresses in coolrayonfor a young cosmopol- 
itan's busy summer. New and exclusive sleeper 
the ni tye. For jr. miss dresses and misses' 
sleeper. © June 8, 1945; KK 32712. 

Get out in the sun in our playsuit hits. Pretty 
dresses are in demand when girls must be well 
dressed and cool. For girls' dresses, misses' 
dresses. © June 22, 1945; KK 32942. 



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A girls' frock of everfast mistysheer. Summer 
news, elastic woven gay baby panties. For girl's 
dress, misses panties. © May 18, 1945; KK 32321. 
Honeybeige with frost stripes for our housecoat 
hit. For misses' housecoat. © June 20, 1945; KK 
3293V. 

Just the thing for vacation sailing blues. A dress, 
a play outfit make perfect weekend partners for 
young cosmopolitans. For junior miss dress & 
playsuit. Sailing bl. clothes. © June 22, 1945; KK 
32941. 

The Liliputian bazaar chooses cool fabrics. For 
little girls' dresses. © May 31, 1945; KK 32525. 

The Liliputian bazaar says sturdy playclothes. 
For little boys' and girls' playclothes. © June 8, 
1945; KK 32<11. 

Little girls' frocks have such a aistinctive air. 
For girls' dresses. © May 2't, 1945; KK 32522. 

Matelasse organdy, so pretty in cool water-colors. 
For misses' aress. © June 20, 1945; KK 32936. 

New pajamas in Everfast's Oxford cloth. For 
misses pajamas. © May 31, 1945; KK 32524. 

New topper in Best's exclusive Lewispun tweed. 
For misses' coat. © June 13, 1945; KK 32817. 

New wonder rayon mistysheer by Everfast. For 
misses' dresses, blouse and girl's dress. © June 
13, 1945; KK 32818. 

Now, our famous shirtmaker in spun silk. For 
misses' dress. © May 17, 1945; KK 32303. 

Pastel sheer etched with hearts ana flowers. 
New ana pretty big felts. For jr. miss dress and 
misses hats. © June 28, 1945; KK 33164. 

Pastel wool flannel for our toss-on jacket. For 
misses' jacket. © May 1(, 1945; KK 32301. 

Pastels over black. New prettiness for a city- 
summer dress. Vhite jacket and plaid skirt make 
a smart costume. For misses' dress, jacket and 
skirt. © May 3, 1945; KK 31915. 

Plunge bow blouse in Everfast mistysheer. For 
misses' blouse. © May 16, 1945; KK 32297. 

The practical raincoat is cotton gabardine. For 
girls' coat. © May 4, 1945; KK 31918, 

Pretty for mothers-to-be, summer print. Young 
cosmopolitans say, we want cottons. For maternity 
dress, junior miss dresses. © May 4, 1945, KK 
31920. 

Princess suit for young swimmers. For girl's 
swim suit. © July 10, 1945; KK 33354. 

Printed and two-piece, pretty swim suit. For 
misses swim suit. © July 3, 1945; KK 33251. 

Radiance rose. Best's exclusive print in crown 
soap 'n' water waffle pique. Shoulder flange accent 
on our wool doeskin hit. For misses' robe, aress, 
bathing suit, sun-dress, little girls' dress. © Apr. 
29, 1945; KK 31911. 

Rainbow stripes in sunmere by Everfast. For 
striped dresses. © July 11, 1945; KK 33356. 

Rayon jersey is lovely for girls ana the teens. 
Palm Beach suit for boys' summer wear. For girls' 
dresses ana boys' suit. © June 1, 1945; KK 32531. 
Ready for sun and showers tie belt raincoat. 
For misses' raincoat- © June 14, 1945; KK 32822. 
Ruffles and pinafores for little girls who woula 
be cool and lovely as well. Blouse 'n skirt lor 
young cosmopolitans. For little girls' pinafores 
and junior miss blouse and skirt. © June 22, 1945; 
KK 32931. 

Seashore fashions. For misses bathing suits. 
© May 20, 1945; KK 32384. 

She swims and plays, and basks in the sun. She 
is smart and happy in Best's sturdy clothes for 



play. For girls' swim suits and playsuits. © June 
24, 1945; KK 33157. 

Shepherd checks in cool sudsable cotton. For 
maternity dresses. © June 14, 1945; KK 32820. 

Shortie robe doubles for home or beach wear. 
For misses' robes. © June 5, 1945; KK 32701. 

Slim princess dress for young cosmopolitans. 
For junior miss dress. © Apr. 29, 1945; KK 31910. 

So nice for summer play. Here, in red wool 
gabardine, our good shirtmaker. For little girls' 
and boys' beachwear, misses' dress. © May 6, 
1945; KK 32462. 

Storkline, the convenient folding carriage. For 
baby carriage. © June 21, 1945; KK 32938. 

Striped lounger in cool, easy to- launder seer- 
sucker. For misses' robe. © May 16, 1945; KK 
32298. 

Summer charm in airy eyelet batiste. A com- 
fortable folding carriage by Thayer. For misses 
dress and baby carriage. © May 23, 1945; KK 
32388. 

Summer cottons in clean-cut stripes. For 
misses' aresses. © June 21, 1945; KK 32940. 

Summer is the time for play, and these play- 
clothes, both smart and sturdy, are just about all 
a girl can ask. For girls' shorts^ slacks, shirts 
and playsuits, © June 10, 1945; KK 32951. 

Summer shirtmaker, our famous classic in 
white. For misses' aress. © June 13, 1945; KK 
32819. 

Summer-time cottons to wear and launder often. 
For misses dresses. © May 24, 1945; KK 32391. 

Sunshine fashion in eyelet-frosted chambray. 
For misses' playsuit. © June 6, 1945; KK 32702. 

Superb all-round coat in rare cashmere. For 
misses' coat. © June 19, 1945; KK 32935. 

The teen age swimmer wears rayon sharkskin. 
For girls bathing suit. © June 1, 1945; KK 32528. 

Their loveliest aresses come from the Liliputian 
bazaar. For little girls dresses. © May 18, 1945; 
KK 32383. 

They are just the type of aaorable little frocks 
you expect to fina at the Liliputian bazaar. For 
little girls' dresses. © June 14. 1945; KK 32821. 

Tommiecoat is a cool summer-time sleeper. 
For misses'nightshirt. © May 23, 1945; KK 32389. 

Toss on jacket for day or evening wear. For 
misses jacket. © June 14, 1945; KK 32824. 

Tuckea hit dress now in lifesaver dots. Little 
things for sun and play. For misses dresses and 
little sun suits and play clothes. © June 27, 1945; 
KK 33162. 

Versatile topper in gray wool tweea This gay 
cotton plaid is a Dan River fabric, washable, 
wearable ana so very pretty. For misses' short 
coat and girls' aresses. © May 18, 1945; KK 
32304. 

Welcome summer cottons, young, refreshing 
washables for a keep cool summer, in town or 
country. For misses' dresses. © June 3, 1945; 
KK 32699 

When it rains they need raincoats. Young cos- 
mopolitans at graduation time wear frosty-white 
dresses that go places all summer long. For 
little girls' raincoats and junior miss aresses. 
© May 18, 1945; KK 32305. 

Wonderful for hot aays in town, polka dot cotton. 
Bow bonnets in crisp belting. Little girls too, like 
a blouse and skirt. For little girls' blouse and 
skirts, misses' hats and misses' dress. © May 
17, 1945; KK 32302. 



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Wonderful for hot summer days, tucked dress hit. 
For misses' dress. © June 12, 1945; KK 32816. 

Wool tweed suit in a perfect weight for summer. 
For misses' suit. © June 26, 1945; KK 33159. 

You'll like Best's exciting new beach winners. 
For misses' bathing suits. © June 17, 1945; KK 
32932. 

Young cosmopolitans need a town suit-dress. 
For jr. miss dress. © June 8, 1945; KK 32709, 

Young swim suits to wear all summer long. For 
misses swim suits. © July 10, 1945; KK 33355. 

Better-bilt door co,, inc, Egg Harbor City, N, J, 

6940 

The better-bilt door, residential, industrial, 

commercial. For doors. © June 1, 1945; KK 33042. 

Bigelow-Liptak Corp., Detroit. 6941 

Bigelow-Liptak A observation door. Bulletin 

30. For furnace observation doors. © June 19, 
1945; KK 33198. 

Black drill co., Cleveland. 6942 

The special properties of hardsteel - extreme 
resistance to wear and heat. For drills, reamers, 
tool bits, etc. © May 25, 1945; KK 32990. 

Blatz brewing co., Milwaukee. 6943-6946 

For beer: 

He's almost out! © Apr. 20, 1945; KK 32560. 

He's cornered! © Apr. 20, 1945; KK 32558. 

He's on the run, © Apr. 20, 1945; KK 32559. 

Springtime, and all time, for good taste. © 
Apr. 25, 1945; KK 32561. 

Blickman, S., inc., Weehawken, N. J. 6947, 6948 
For coffee urns; 

How to make good coffee. © May 2, 1945; KK 
32501. 

Instructions for removing and replacing urn 
liners in coffee urns. © May 16, 1945, KK 32378 

Blue bell, inc.. New York. 6949 6959 

For overalls and other work clothes: 

For your post-war Blue bells, how about 
buttons? © May 24, 1945; KK 32540. 

For your post-war Bluebells, hoW about care? 
© May 31, 1945; KK 33267. 

For your post-war Blue bells, how about 
comfort? © May 3, 1945; KK 32537. 

For your post-war Blue bells, how about fit? 
© Apr. 26, 1945; KK 32536. 

For your post-war Blue bells, how about 
pockets? © May 17, 1945; KK 32539. 

For your post-war Blue bells, how about 
wear? © May 10, 1945; KK 32538. 

For overalls and other work clothing: 

For your post-war Blue bells, how about in- 
spection? © June 7, 1945; KK 33268. 

For your post war Blue bells, how about 
labeling. © June 14, 1945; KK 33269. 

For your post-war Blue bells, how about pro 
duction? © June 28, 1945; KK 33271. 

For your post war Blue bells, what garments? 
© June 21, 1945; KK 33270. 

Why is qualitag like a bird dog? © July 5, 
1945; KK 33272. 

Bonestell, H. S., ir,,d. b. a. Sharon converting co., 
San Francisco. 6960 

Sharon quality tablets, air mail. For writing 

tablet. © June 6, 1945; KK 33242. 



Booker, Willie, New Orleans. 6961 

Booker's bronical cough syrup. For cough 
syrup. © May 29, 1945; KK 32723, 

Borden co.. New York. 6962-6976 

Concerning starvation. For milk. ® Feb. 26, 
1945; KK 32208. 
For cheeses: 

But, Elmer, you can't do that, © May 5, 
1945; KK 33214. 

How many of these cheese wonders. © May 
11, 1945; KK 32211. 

Well, of all the meatless wonders. © Feb. 
16, 1945; KK 33211. 
For dairy products: 

And this is Elmer. © Aug. 20, 1944; KK 
33217. 

Beulah just glows from the extra benefits 
she gets from homo-dee milk. © May 13, 1945; 
KK 33221. 

Elmer doesn't need a partner. © Mar. 18, 
1945; KK 33220. 

I know it's rich and creamy. © May 28, 
1944; KK 33216. 

I've already made a deal with the folks. © 
Oct. 15, 1944; KK 33219. 

Just how fickle are women? © June 13, 1945; 
KK 33222. 

Now, all together, children. © Sept. 24, 
1944; KK 33218. 
For malted milk: 

Fastest selling item. © Oct. 30, 1944; KK 
32207. 

I didn't bring you to the party to be dead on 
your feet. © Apr. 30, 1945; KK 33215. 

It pays to know about styles. © Fpb. 28, 1945; 
KK 32209. 

O O-O, what you just said! For homogenized 
milk. © Apr. 16, 1945; KK 32210. 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N, J. 6977-7001 

Botany brand fabrics. For fabrics. © June 5, 
1945; KK 32747. 

Botany brand fabrics. For woolen and worsted 
piece goods. © June 19, 1945; KK 33201. 
For clothing: 

Botany woolens, it's not me he loves so, it's 
my Botany coat. © Mar. 15, 1945; KK 32872. 

Don't forget to put the Botany label in her 
dress. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 32741. jM 

For fabrics, clothing, yarns and cosmetics: ^g 

Behind the Botany label. © Apr. 10, 1945; 
KK 32744. 

Behind the Botany label. © Apr. 24, 1945; 
KK 32743 

Botany. © Feb. 20, 1945; KK 32740. 

Botany, as sound as Gilbi-altar. © May 22, 
1945; KK 32746. 

Botany, proudest fabric name in fashion! 
© Apr. 27, 1945; KK 32745. 

Botany, the brand name that will top postwar 
promotions. © Apr. 23, 1945; KK 32873. 

Botany, wonder word in woolens. © Mar. 10, 
1945; KK 33169. 

Look for Botany's battery of full color pages 
in March Harper's bazaar. © F^b. 27, 1945; KK 
32742. 

For knitting yarns: 

Botany model of the month, no. 4. © May 
1, 1941; KK 32407. 

Botany model of the month, no. 5. © June 2, 
1941; KK 32408. 



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Botany model of the month, no. 6, ® July 1, 
1941; KK 32409. 

Botany model of the month, no. 7. © Aug. 1, 
1941; KK 32410. 

Botany model of the month, no. 8. © Sept. 2, 
1941; KK 32411. 

Botany model of the month, no. 9. © Oct. 1, 
1941; KK 32412. 

Botany model of the month, no. 10. © Nov. 1, 
1941; KK 32413. 

Botany model of the month, no. 11. © Dec. 1, 
1941; KK 32331. 

Botany model of the month, no. 12, For knit- 
ting yarns. © Jan. 2, 1942; KK 32332. 

The Botany model of the month club, v. 4, no. 

7. © Aug. 1, 1944; KK 32333. 
For neckties: 

Botany wrinkle-proof ties, Father's day is 
June 17th. © June 6, 1945; KK 32874. 

Botany wrinkle-proof ties in planned patterns 
to go with his suits. © June 8, 1945; KK 32876. 

Botany wrinkle-proof ties, sand hues. Father's 
day, June 17. © June 8, 1945; KK 32875. 

Brautigan, Dave, Indiana, Pa. 7002 

Under-nail tips. For under nail polish. ©June 

8, 1945; KK 33288. 

Bridgeport brass co., Bridgeport, Conn. 7003 

Seeds of an American industry. For copper base 
alloys. © Apr. 29, 1945; KK 32497. 

Briggs mfg. co., Detroit. 7004 

Slick bathroom! Let's snitch a few ideas! For 
plumbingware. © May 19, 1945; KK 32269. 

Brogan, Calvin George, Baltimore. 7005 

Where to get free over 100 articles of value. 

For booklet of information. © Apr. 13, 1945; KK 
31512. 

Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul. 7006 

Mr. & Mrs. For leather goods, such as note 
books, address books, pocket letter files. © Max. 
27, 1945; KK 32576. 

Browning, King & co.. New York. 7007, 7008 

Everything he's wearing. For men's wear. © 

Mar. 23, 1945; KK 30996. 

Warm weather wear for town and country. For 

men's apparel. © May 25, 1945; KK 32442. 

Bulova watch co., New York. 7009, 7010 

Masterpieces of fine watchmaking. For wrist 

watches. © May 15, 1945; KK 32276. 

Masterpieces of fine watchmaking. Keep this in 

mind. For four watches. © June 8, 1945; KK 

32859. 



Bussman mfg. co., div. of McGraw electric co. 
See McGraw electric co. Bussman mfg. co. div. 

California fruit growers exchange, Los Angeles. 

7011 7013 
For lemons: 

What to do for colds, LA-3531. © Dec. 1, 
1943; KK 31996. 

When you feel a cold coming on, LA-3532. 
© Dec. 8, 1943; KK 31997. 

When you take cold, LA-3533. © Dec. 22, 
1943: KK 31998. 



California research corp., San Francisco. 

7014, 7015 

Get your auto tax stamp for *45. For motor oils. 
© May 9, 1945; KK 32851, 

The superfortress flies first on Chevron avia- 
tion gasoline. R-216. For aviation gasoline. © 
Apr. 19, 1945; KK 32495. 

California-spray chemical Corp., Richmond. 7016 
Ortho garden spray guide mid- continent & 
eastern edition. For garden sprays. © May 1, 
1945; KK 32117. 

Cambridge rubber co., Cambridge, Mass. 7017 

Wear without weight. For composition soles. 
© June 15, 1945; KK 33054. 

Campbell, Horace L., d. b. a. Illinois state hatch- 
eries, Springfield, 111. 7018 
The dope sheet. For chicks, hatching eggs, 

hatching equipment. © June 9, 1945; KK 32694. 

Casey, Charles J., inc.. Mason City, la. 7019 

More kick in the spring, bigger ears in the fall. 
For hybrid corn. © Apr. 10, 1945; KK 31393. 

Cash, A. W., CO., Decatur, 111. 7020, 7021 

Cash standard type 4190 automatic back pres- 
sure control valve. For valves for refrigeration 
use. © May 10, 1945; KK 32138. 

Cash standard type 6525 relief valve. For re- 
lief valve. © June 1, 1945; KK 32595. 

Cssh, J. & J., inc.. South Norwalk, Conn. 7022 

Avoid loss with Cash's loom woven names. For 
woven labels. © June 4, 1945; KK 32778. 

Casite corp., Hastings, Mich. 7023, 7024 

Full strength horsepower for your car. For 

automotive motor tune-up liquid. © May 16, 1945; 

KK 32307. 

Gives horsepower more zip. For sludge solvent 

for internal combustion ei^ines. © June 6, 1945; 

KK 32654. 

Celanese corp. of America, New York. 7025-7027 
For Celanese textiles, plastics, chemicals: 

Celanese' fabric premieres, summer, 1945. 
© June 27, 1945; KK 33190. 

The first families of chemistry live here. © 
June 3, 1945; KK 32812. 

How light can we make it, at no sacrifice of 
strength? © May 6, 1945; KK 32334. 

Central hardware co., St. Louis. 7028, 7029 

Bumped into a lot of doors. For household 

articles of type sold in hardware stores. © July 6, 

1945j KK 33287. 

It s always tinker time at Centra hardware. 

For tools and general hardware items. © July 13, 

1945; KK 33527. 

Chafer, John W., Perrine, Fla, 7030 

Chafer's fancy select Haden mangoes. For 
fruit. © Mar. 9, 1945; KK 31029. 



Champion products co.. New York. 7031 

Novelty brooch card. For brooches. © Feb. 
27, 1945; KK 31986. 



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Chicago coal merchants assn., Chicago. 7032-7036 
For coal: 

Check your family furnace now for extra winter' 
warmth and comfort. © July 6, 1945; KK 33334. 

Clean your furnace now, get more heat from 
your coal. © July 10, 1945; KK 33337. 

Let us solve your heating problem now. © 
July 6, 1945; KK 33335. 

Save coal by insulating your roof or attic 
floor. © July 2, 1945; KK 33333. 

Stretch your winter heat supply. Patch heating 
mains now. © July 10, 1945; KK 33336. 

Clairol, inc., Stamford, Conn. 7037, 7038 

For shampoo tint: 

Preguntas y respuestas acerca del Clairol 
instantaneo. © May 15, 1945; KK 32229. 

When it comes to hair color. © June 1, 1945; 
KK 32885. 

Clorox chemical co., Oakland, Calif. 7039-7056 

For household bleach and disinfectant: 

Clorox is my standby for sanitary house 
cleaning! © May 25, 1945; KK 32677. 

Honestly, I don't see how you keep your dish- 
cloth so clean-looking. © June 10, 1945; KK 33348. 

How do you keepyour towels so snowy-white? 
© J/;ay 4, 1945; KK 326/4. 

I must make these linens last longer! © Apr. 
27, 1945; KK 32041. 

I see you're a Clorox fan, too! © Apr. 22, 
1945; KK 32040. 

I see you're using Clorox to make your drain- 
board sanitary! © Apr. 27, 1945; KK 32042. ' 

I've never seen such a snowy-white w^sh. © 
June 17, 1945; KK 33349. 

Linens are sure scarce. I sumply must make 
these last longer. © June 24, 1945; KK 33351. 

Mother, may I help you clean the house? ® 
May 25, 1945; KK 32678. 

My, how white your linens are! © Apr. 6, 
1945; KK 32038. 

My linens seem to last and last since I've 
been using Clorox. © June 29, 1945; KK 33353. 

New dress for baby! © Apr. 20, 1945; KK 
32039. 

Scientific tests reveal the truth about clean- 
looking drainboards ! © May 27, 1945; KK 32679. 

Treasured linens. © June 3, 1945; KK 33144. 

Using Clorox? I just knew you were a 
thorough housekeeper! © May 11, 1945; KK 32675. 

UsingClorox? I just knew you we re a thorough 
housekeeper! © June 27, 1945; KK 333^2. 

Using Clorox in cleansing your refrigerator? 
Good idea. © June 22, 1945; KK 33350. 

Where did you get these lovely new linens? 
© May 18, 1945; KK 32676. 

Club aluminum products co,, Chicago. . 7057 

Thermo-seal glass cookware. For flame-proof 
glass cookware. © Apr. 6, 1945; KK 32574. 

Coca cola co,, Wilmington, Del. 7058-7096 

For soft drink: 

Acompafienos. Have a coke. Join us. Puerto 
Rico no. 2. © Feb. 21, 1945; KK 32213. 

Alles van die beste. Have a coke. All the 
best. South Africa no. 5. © Mar. 7, 1945; KK 33019. 
,Buy war bonds to have and to hold. Sprite 
ana rolled war bond. © May 1, 1945; KK 32043. 

Buy war bonds to have and to hold. Sprite 
and rolled war bond. © May 16, 1945; KK 32758. 

Coca-cola gets them out of their cars. Man 
?.t parts display. © Mar. 30, 1945; KK 32203. 



Customers go where there are products they 
know. Hands pouring bottle of Coca-cote into glass. 
© May 5, 1945; KK 33258. 

Da's na fijn, zunne! Have a Coca- cola., Say, 
that's great. Brussels. © June 13, 1945; KK 
33032. 

Da's na fijn, zunne! Have a coke. Say, that's 
great. Brussels. © May 3, 1945; KK 32458. 

Desfrute a pausa que refresca. Girl holding 
golf club. © Apr. 15, 1945; KK 32204. 

Desfrute a pausa que refresca. Girl with 
skis. © June 15, 1945; KK 33024. 

Disfrute de la pausa que refresca. Girl hold- 
ing golf club. © Apr. 25, 1945; KK 32205. 

Disfrute de la pausa que refresca. Girl with 
skis. © June 25, 1945; KK 33025. 

Everybody wins. Have a coke. Bridge trophy. 
© Apr. 4, 1945; KK 33257. 

Greetings, brother. Have a coke. Crossing 
the equator. © Feb. 7, 1945; KK 32212. 

How about a breather? Have a Coca- cola. 
Men's card party. © Apr. 25, 1945; KK 32215. «■ 

How about a breather? Have a Coca-cola. ^||v 
There's one deal in the game. Men's card party. '*• 
© Apr. 25, 1945; KK 32216. 

It's a big event. Have a Coca-cola. Baby's 
first step. © Feb. 14, 1945; KK 33018. 

It's a picnic. Have a coke. Picnic, chipmunk. 
© June 18, 1945; KK 33259. 

Join me at lunch. Have a coke. Economy 
lunch. © May 2, 1945; KK 32217. 

Join me at lunch. Have a coke. Economy 
lunch. © May 2, 1945; KK 32457. 

Just like old times. Have a Coca- cola. Re- 
turned soldier at fountain. © Apr. 5, 1945; KK 
31948. 

Lasting, profitable business. Bartender 
serving bottle of Coca-cola. © Apr. 5, 1945; KK 
32757. 

The latchstring's out. Have a coke. Sunday 
nite supper. © June 6, 1945; KK 33022, 

Let's stop for a coke and get some gas. 
Couple in car. Diamond sign. © Apr. 30, 1945; 
KK 32456. 

Look pleasant, please. Have a Coca-cola. 
Canada no. 5. © June 25, 1945; KK 33260. 

La moda Americana. Have a coke. The 
American way. Italy no. 2. © Apr. 18, 1945; KK 
31950. 

La moda Americana, Have a coke. The 
American way. Italy no. 2. © Apr. 18, 1945; KK 
32214. 

Musica maestro. Have a coke. Make with the 
music. Cuba no. 3. The cue to making friends in 
Cuba. © Apr. 4, 1945; KK 31947. 

No place like home. Have a coke. Piano 
party. © Apr. 25, 1945; KK 32206. 

On the way, refresh yourself. Have a Coca- 
cola. Service station. © Apr. 11, 1945; KK 31949. 

Peanuts 'n popcorn 'n have a coke. Circus. 
© May 23, 1945; KK 32759. 

Peanuts 'n popcorn 'n have a coke. Fun under 
the big top. Circus. © May 23, 1945; KK 32760. 

Une perm' a Paris, have a Coca- cola. Paris 
leave. Paris. © May 31, 1945; KK 33021. 

Take it easy. Have a Coca-cola. Grocery 
store. © Mar. 28, 1945; KK 32455. 

Time out to relax. Have a Coca-cola. Porch 
furniture. © May 29, 1945; KK 32761. 

Time out to relax. Have a Coca- cola. Porch 
furniture. © May 30, 1945; KK 33020. 

Tocame suavecito. Have a Coca-cola. Make 
it mellow. Down beyond the Rio Grande. © May 9, 
1945; KK 32460. 



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Tocame suavecito. Have a Coca-cola. Make 
it mellow. Mexico no. 4. © May 9, 1945; KK 32459. 

Why grow thirsty. Girl in garden. © June 1, 
1945; KK 32748 

Cole of California, inc., Los Angeles. 7097-7101 
For swim suits: 

Natletex magic, LA 5. © May 1, 1945; KK 
32504. 

No swimming after July 4th, LA-17. © June 
6, 1945; KK 33155. 

Warning to copyists, La 15. © Apr. 4, 1945; 
KK 32237 

Warning to copyists, LA-15-A. © Apr. 25, 
1945; KK 32464. 

What is a whistle worth to you, LA-16. © 
Apr. 24; 1945; KK 32868. 

Collins radio co., Cedar Rapids, Mich. 7102 

Collins 32RA transmitter. For radio transmitter. 
© Mar. 26, 1945; KK 33154. 

Columbia pictures Corp., New York. 7103, 7104 

*For stills, poster, window cards, lobby display 
cards, slides and mats: 

Blonde from Brooklyn. © May 9, 1945; KK 
33012. 

Rustlers of the badlands. © May 9, 1945; KK 
33011. 

Comet metal products co., inc., L. L, N. Y. 7105 
Here it is For scale models of planes, ships 
and tanks. © June 26, 1945; KK 33316. 

Connell, Daniel A , d. b. a. Daniel A. Connell co., 
Chicago. 7106 

The peak of perfection. There ain't goin' to be 

any leavin's. For cheese. © Apr. 12, 1945; KK 

32172 

Connell, Daniel A., co. See Connell, Daniel A., 
d b. a. Daniel A. Connell, co. 

Cooley, Fred Co., jr., New York. 7107 

Friendship, the new headscarf. For head scarf. 
© May 25, 1945; KK 32443. 

Cooperative church supply co., Minneapolis. 7108 
Candle-light memorial roll. For candle-light 
memorial roll. © Apr. 4, 1945; KK 32585. 

Corn products refining co.. New York. 7109, 7110 
When you think of Old King Cole. For sugar. 

© Apr. 20, 1945; KK 32051. 

When you think of Ponce de Leon. For food 

energy sugar. © June 8, 1945; KK 32783. 

Corn products sales co., New York. 7111-7119 

A chicken picnic basket. For salad oil. © May 

18, 1945; KK 32485. 
For dessert- 
Come on over. For dessert. © Apr. 28, 1945; 

KK 32173 

Make it into a lemon pie and divide it between 

you. © June 23, 1945; KK 32984. 

She's got him hooked. © May 26, 1945; KK 

32586. 

For syrup: 

Don't start canning until you get this new 

free book! © May 25, 1945; KK 32486. 

Don't start canning until you get this new free 

book! © May 30, 1945; KK 32587. 



Jewels in jars. © June 25, 1945; KK 33050. 

Happy ironings to you. For starch. © June 25, 
1945; KK 33049. 

Ladies love me! For laundry starch. © Apr. 
20, 1945; KK 32008. 

Corning glass works, Corning, N. Y. 7120 

Something for the brides. For household glass- 
ware. © May 13, 1945; KK 32418. 

Corre carriers, Chicago. 7121 

Hearing aid carriers by Corre. For hearing 
aid carriers. © May 26, 1945; KK 32502. 

Cory glass coffee brewer co., Chicago. 7122, 7123 
Make better coffee this easy way. For coffee 

brewer. © Mar. 24, 1945; KK 31990. 

Tall, dark and delicious. For glass coffee 

brewers. © Apr. 20, 1945; KK 32421. 

Coty, inc., New York. 7124-7126 

For perfume; 

L'aimant the magnet. © June 29, 1945; KK 
33238. 

Paris, the double note fragrance. © July 1, 
1945; KK 33291. 

When you're in love wear Muguet des bois. 
© Apr. 27, 1945; KK 31958. 

Cressler, Edward Payson, Newton, Kan. 7127 

Dr. Cressler's rinsedent. For dentifrice. © 
May 25, 1945; KK 32629. 

Cudahy packing co., Chicago. 7128, 7129 

For cleanser; 

Goes a long way. Key no. 126. © May 20, 
1945; KK 32004. 

We saw it pr- ed. © June 29, 1945; KK 33189. 

Daggett & RamsJall, New York. 7130-7142 

Bell ringers. For cleansing cream, cold cream. 
© May 12, 1945; KK 32795. 
For cologne: 

Mountain heather. © May 11, 1945; KK 32794. 
Mountain heather. There is a song of fra- 
grance. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 32845. 
For cosmetics: 

Comet sales! During the past 3 years. © 
Jan. 11, 1944; KK 32087. 

Mountain heather. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 32572. 
Steal the show. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 32571. ' 
The you, you want remembered! © Feb. 1, 
1944; KK 32088. 
For face powder: 

Mountain heather. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 32732. 
Mountain heather. In high far places there 
are flowers. © Apr. 17, 1945; KK 32846. 
For hand cream: 

A bigger size, huge half-pound jar. © Jan. 5, 
1944; KK 32086. 

3 big reasons why it's important to push the 
new big size. © Tan. 4, 1944; KK 32085. 

Sale! Huge 1/2 pound jars. For cold cream, 
cleansing cream. © Mar. 8, 1945; KK 32793. 

Set your summerstage. For cosmetic, deodorant 
cream. © May 1, 1945; KK 32573. 

Dapra*o statuary co., Chicago. 7143 

1200° fahrenheit. For stained glass windows. 
© June 4, 1945; KK 32'^::o. 

Davison chemical Corp., Baltimore. 7144-7151 

For chemicals: 

Eager, with a great future. © Feb. 1, 1945; 
KK 32091. 



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Food for the tree of life, © Mar. 1, 1945; 
KK 32092. 

An idea that grew to world influence. © Jan. 
1, 1945; KK 32089. 

Increasing good-will, global scale. © May 1, 
1945; KK 32095. 

The inside story of good delivery. © Mar. 1> 
1945; KK 32093. 

Some people are weatherwise. © Apr. 1, 
1945; KK 32094. 

Water and moisture damage. ® Feb. 1, 1945; 
KK 32090. 

Will your packaging be as modern as your pro- 
duct! For Davison proteli-sorb silica gel. © May 
21, 1945; KK 32313. 

Day-brite lighting, inc., St. Louis. 7152 

Day brite advance data sheet, no. 533. For 

fixtures for fluorescent lamps. © June 27, 1945; 
KK 33156. 

Decca records, inc., New York. 7153 

Uncle Sam's voice is changing. For records. © 
May 20, 1945, KK 34205. 

Defoe shipbuilding co., Bay City^ Mich. 7154 

Bird's eye view. For prefabricated homes. © 
June 9, 1945; KK 32612. 

DeLabco, San Francisco. 7155 

DeLabco motor energizer. For motor energizer. 
©Feb. 20, 1945; KK 31836. 

De Sanno, A. P., & son, inc., Phoenixvillej Pa. 7156 
This is the wheel for -me! For grinding wheel. 
© 1/ia.T. 30, 1945; KK 32187. 

De Vita, Frank Leonard, Livingston, N. J. 7157 

Perfume caddie. Florawic. For perfume con- 
tainer. © Apr» 5, 1945; KK 31453. 

Dianafix co., Paterson, N. J. 7158 

Baranee. For slippers. © May 20, 1945; KK 
32374. 

Dick, A. B., CO., Chicago. 7159-7179 

For stencil duplicators and supplies: 

Tne ABC of contract termination. © May 1, 
1945; KK 32493. 

Clear, black- on white copies, as many as you 
need, as fust as you want them. © May 25, 1945; 
KK 33374. 

Clear, clean, easy to read black-on-white. 
© Apr. 25, 1945; KK 32600. 

The fast easy way to get copies. © Mar. 15, 
1945; KK 32858. 

First copy or last copy. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 
31978. 

Formula for success. © Apr. 15, 1945; KK 
33051. 

Friend of the first wave. © Mar. 1, 1945;. 
KK 31975. 

How to use the new lightweight wartime papers. 
© May 1, 1945; KK 32198. 

How to use the new lightweight wartime papers. 

© May 1, 1945; KK 33330.' 

It's the mimeograph photochemical printer. 
© Mar. 15, 1945; KK 32637. 

No duplicating job too little or too big. © 
Mar. 25; 1945; KK 31976. 

No school duplicating job too little. © Apr. 
10, 1945; KK 32V84. 



Producing vendor's shipping documents. © 
Apr. b, 1945; KK 32197. 

Results you're proud of. © Apr. 25, 1945; 
KK 3197 9, 

A share -the -mail plan for your boys and 
girls in service. © Apr. 28, 1945; KK 32376. 

The simple, nontechnical method of producing 
venaor's shipping documents. © May 1, 1945; KK 
32888. 

A simple paper work system. © June 1, 1945; 
KK 32920. 

Swan song. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 31977, 

This is it. © June 1, 1945, KK 33152. 

Up from the sea. © May 1, 1945; KK 32681. 

Vendor's shipping documents, © May 4, 
1945; KK 32199, 

Dishart, Harry S., Brooklyn, 7180 

The masterpiece of all baby gifts. For plaster 
shoe with picture and diary shoe cap attached there- 
on. © May 21, 1945; KK 32231. 

Diversity Corp., Chicago. 7181 

A new development in cleaning chemistry. 'For 
cleaner. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 31558. 

Doho chemical Corp., New York. 7182 

Otosmosan, a new sulfathiazole- carbamide 
preparation for chronic suppurating ears. Ear 
chart. For medicinal product. © June 5, 1945; KK 
32902. 

Douglas, W. L., shoe co., Brockton, Mass. 7183 
One good stamp deserves another I For shoes, 
© May 31, 1-945; KK 32736. 

Drackett co., Cincinnati. - 7184-7189 

For liquid to clean window panes: 

Becoming a pop keeps a man on the hop. © 
May 11, 1945; KK 32404. 

Springtime bloom, minus gloom! © Apr. 20, 
1945; KK 32351. 

That's sabotage. © Apr, 25, 1945; KK 32403. 
For powder to clean all household pipes and 
drains; 

Hey, no! Use Dranol © Feb. 23, 1945, KK 
32350. 

Oh, no mother. © Jan. 10, 1945; KK 30968. 

Whoa, there! © May 25, 1945; KK 331027. 

Drott, Edward A., Milwaukee. 7190 
Drott hi-way service for 1945. For road build- 
ing and snow removal equipment. © Mar. 1, 1945; 
KK 31869. 

Duff, P., & sons, inc., Pittsburgh. 7191 

Duff's gingerbread mix food page service. For 
gingerbread mix, © May 10, 1945; KK 32175, 

DuMont, Allen B., laboratories, inc., Passaic, N. 
J. 7192-7206 

For DuMont cyclograprti: 

Naturally, Russell, Burdsall, & Ward were 
among the first to use the DuMont cyclograph. © 
June 1, 1945; KK 32973. 

100 per cent quality control with the DuMont 
cyclograph. © June 1, 1945; KK 32974. 
For electronic equipment and television: 

DuMont for the tools of television. © June 1, 
1945; KK 32987, 

DuMont - for your postwar television debut. © 
Apr. 1, 1945; KK 31670. 



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DuMont television. Leader in tomorrow's 
world university. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 31668. 

Is your hat in the television ring? © Apr. 1, 
1945; KK 31669. 

Kate Smith says: You'll see ana love America 
more with DuMont television. And advertisers echo. 
© June 1, 1945; KK 32985. 

Kate Smith says: You'Usee and love America 
more with DuMont television. And your customers 
will echo. © June 1, 1945; KK 32986. 

Kate Smith says: You'll see and love America 
more with DuMont television. You'll agree with her. 
© June 1, 1945; KK 32988. 

The quiz kids say: DuMont television is 
cosmic legerdemain. © May 1, 1945; KK 32183. 

The quiz kids say: DuMont television is 
cosmic legerdemain. © May 1, 1945; KK 32185. 

The quiz kids say: DuMont television is 
terrestrial prestidigitation. © May 1, 1945; KK 
32184. 

The quiz kids say. Television offers perfect 
sales propinquity. © May 19, 1945; KK 32186. 

Spadework for television. © Apr. 1, 1945; 
KK 31671. 

Process control with the DuMont cyclograi*i. 
For cyclograph. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 31804. 

Du Pont de Nemours, £. I. , & co. ,inc., Wilmington, 
Del. 7207 

Du Pont announces color conditioning for in- 
dustry. For paints. © Feb. 15, 1945; KK 31586. 

Durham mfg. corp., Muncie, Ind. 7208-7214 

For metal card tables and furniture: 

As modern as tomorrow. © May 24, 1945; 
KK 32506. 

Coming your way. © July 12,1945; KK 33331. 

Experience preferred. © May 10, 1945; KK 
32505. 

For bombers now, for bridge tables later. 
© June 28, 1945; KK 33234. 

Our plans dovetail with hers. © June 14, 1945; 
KK 32890. 

For metal furniture: 

How's about my new bridge table? © Apr. 
26, 1945; KK 32037. 

When she's a homemaker again. © Apr. 12, 
1945; KK 32036. 

Duro test corp.. North Bergen, N. J. 7215 

Lamp of the week contest, March 19th to Sept. 
29th. For incandescent lamps. © June 12, 1945; 
KK 33014. 



E-Z products, 
products. 



See Steckler, Nat P., d. b. a. E-Z 



Eaton paper corp., Pittsfield, Mass. 7216 

There are fashions in letter paper too. For 
stationery. © Apr. 15, 1945; KK 33056. 

Eawards, E. W., & son, Rochester, N. Y. 7217 

Pink lightning. For cosmetics and lighter. ® 
Apr. 4, 1945; KK 31745. 

Electro-technical products, inc., Nutley, N. J. 7218 
The custom processed class B winding insula- 
tion. Electro-technical. For electrical insulation. 
© May 18, 1945; KK 32756. 

Englander co., inc., Chicago. 7219 

Better rest makes better husbands. For mat- 
resses. © Apr. 5, 1945; KK 33044. 



Ethyl Corp., New York. 7220 

The gasoline shipped overseas. For gasoline. 
© Sept. 27, 1944; KK 31587. 

Eversharp; Chicago. 7221-7224 

Command performance. For Eversharp foun- 
tain pen and pencil. © June 8, 1945; KK 32860. 
For fountain pen and pencil: 

Daddy knows an Eversharp answers the $64 
question. © Apr. 25, 1945; KK 31971. 

Daddy knows an Eversharp answers the $64 
question. © June 10, 1945; KK 33521. 

For distinguished service, the Eversharp 
$64 set. © Kiay 25, 1945; KK 32484. 

Fair, Chicago. 7225 

Tele-board aid. For switchboard aid. © May 
1, 1945; KK 32804. 

Fairbanks, Morse & co., Chicago. 7226, 7227 

Fairbanks -Morse figure 5137 rotary pumps. 

For pumps. © Apr. 20, 1945; KK 31778. 

Fairbanks -Morse scales for weighing light 

trucks, live stock, wagons. For scales. © Apr. 

20, 1945; KK 31777. 

Fairmont railway motors, inc., Fairmont, Minn. 

7228-7232 

Fairmont A5 series D, 40 h. p. gang car. For 
40 horse power gang car. © June 14, 1945; KK 
32801. 

The Fairmont idler belt control. Bulletin 502. 
For idler belt control unit. © Sept. 20, 1944; KK 
31341. 

The Fairmont PHB series B, ball bearing 
motor car engine. Bulletin 498. For ball bearing 
motor car engine, © Sept. 20, 1944; KK 31342. 

The Fairmont RO series D, roller bearing 
motor car engine, 5 to 8 h. p. Bulletin 496. For 
roller bearing motor car engine. © Sept. 20, 1944; 
KK 31343. 

The Fairmont W 44, series B, weed burner. 
Bulletin 503. For weed burner for railroads. © 
Aug. 15, 1944; KK 31337. 

Finch, Joseph S., & co., New York, Schenley, Pa. 

7233-7235 
Choice of a lifetime. For liquor. © Mar. 16, 
1945; KK 31964. 
For whiskey: 

Choice of a lifetime. © Apr. 26, 1945; KK 
32513. 

Golden wedding. © May 1, 1945; KK 32917. 

First industrial Corp., Micro switch div. , Free- 
port, III. 7236-7249 
For precision electric switches: 

Charter wire company uses Micro switch to 
automatically regulate the size of wire-wound 
spools. © Mar. 17, 1945; KK 32017. 

Coin operated machines are on their own. 
© Apr. 24, 1945; KK 32020. 

Control temperature, current, or both! © 
Feb. 6, 1945; KK 32015. 

86 pieces gaged per minute. © Feb. 10, 
1945, KK 32607. 

Engineers have tested these Micro switch 
characteristics. © Mar. 17, 1945; KK 32018. 

14 Micro switches control 12 accurate oper- 
ations. © Feb. 7, 1945; KK 32606. 

How National cash register uses 6 Micro 
switches. © Feb 5, 1945, KK 32014 



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It will pay you now to find out how Micro 
switch can improve your products. © Mar. 5, 1945; 
KK 32016. 

It will pay you to insist on Micro switch con- 
trols. © Mar. 27, 1945; KK 32608. 

Micro switch snap-action saves many man 
hours. © May 19, 1945; KK 32611, 

Micro switch temp cop for automatic control. 
© Sept. 2, 1944; KK 32013. 

Positive operation, dependable performance 
of automatic phonographs are insured. © Mar. 20, 
1945; KK 32019. 

Take a number from 1 to 9999. © Apr. 7, 
1945; KK 32609. 

When you put your foot in it. Micro switch 
snap-action keeps an eye on the X-ray. © Apr. 26, 
1945; KK 32610. 

Fjeldsted, B. F., Gunnison, Utah. 7250 

How to find and get the job that fits you ! For 
book. © Dec. 18, 1944; KK 32749. 

Fleischmann distilling corp.. New York. 7251 

Four reasons why Fleischmann's makes Amer- 
ica's most delicious martini! For gin. © Feb. 28, 
1945; KK 32293. 

Flip-it, inc., Baltimore. 7252 

Flip-it, inc. Hats for men and boys. For men's 

and boys' hats and caps. © May 21, 1945; KK 32277. 

Florence distributing co., Chicago. 7253 

Improved egg shipping case. For shipping crate. 
© Apr. 10, 1945; KK 33373. 

Fox, Walter B., Mobile, Ala. 7254 

If it's new. Fox has it. For comic novelties. © 
Aug. 15, 1945; KK 34124. 

Frankel, Allan J., Seattle. 7255 

Veterans' service tab. For tabs for indicating 
service. © Apr. 24, 1945; KK 33039. 

Fraser hair fashions, St. Paul. 7256 

The new charm-kurl supreme cold wave perma- 
nent. For hair curling, setting & permanent prep- 
arations. © Jan. 15, 1945; KK 32627. 

Frederics, E., inc.. Long Island City, N. Y. 7257 
Heating time for all Frederics croquignole pro- 
cesses. For permanent wave lotions. © May 15, 
1945; KK 32272. 

Friedman, William, d. b. a. United print shop, New 
York. 7258 

Fur storage plus remodeling, etc., 145. For fur 

promotion folder. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 31294. 



Frisch, Margaret, New York. 7259-7265 

For puppet: 

Hansel and Gretel. © Mar. 22, 1945; KK 
32024. 

Just bunnies I © Mar. 22, 1945; KK 32029. 

Little Red Riding Hood. © Mar. 22, 1945; 
KK 32026. 

The narrator. © Mar. 22, 1945; KK 32025. 

Santa Claus. © Mar. 22, 1945; KK 32030. 

The three bears. © Mar. 22, 1945; KK 32028. 

The three little pigs. © Mar. 22, 1945; KK 
32027. 

Frolic dickey co.. New York. 7266 

The whole town's talking about halters. For 
halters. © July 6, 1945; KK 33290. 



G & W electric specialty co., Chicago. 7267 

To those interested in telephone and signal 

cables. Bulletin TSK. For splicing kits and signal 
cables. © May 17, 1945; KK 32575. 

Gaines food co., inc., Sherburne, N. Y. 7268-7271 
For dog food: 

Banish gloom spread joy. © June 29, 1945; 
KK 33188. 

Results you can really see. © May 25, 1945; 
KK 32624. 

To nourish every inch of your dog. © May 
22, 1945; KK 32406. 

The wonderful way he looks, feels, acts! © 
May 29, 1945; KK 32763. 

Gale oil separator co., inc.. New York. 7272 

The Gale system of conservation and prevention. 
For oil separators. © May 2, 1945; KK 32379. 

Gamlen chemical co., Pittsburgh. 7273 

Quandt core oil, the universal core oil. For. 
binder for foundry work. © July 9, 1945; KK 33266. 

Gartner & Bender, inc., Chicago. 7274 

I am all mothers everywhere. For greeting 
cards. © May 5, 1945; KK 32274. 

Geller, Andrew, New York. 7275 

Licito. For shoes. © Feb. 5, 1945; KK 32080. 

Gemmell, Charles, Burbank, Calif. 7276 

Saef-stul. For child's stool. © May 27, 1945; 
KK 32625. 

General electric co., Schenectady, N. Y. 7277 

Now try our new W-27 electrode. For welding 
equipment. © May 1, 1945; KK 32581. 

General electric CO. See also American locomotive 

CO. 

General foods corp.. New York. 7278-7285 

For cereal: 

Careful men, we are in dangerous South Amer- 
ican jungles. © Feb. 2, 1945; KK 33280. 

Gee, professor, what is it? © Dec. 14, 1944; 
KK 33277. 

Great Scott, that thief stole my wallet. © 
Dec. 6, 1944; KK 33275. 

Hey, look, a runaway truck loaded with dyna- 
mite. © Dec. 29, 1944; KK 33279. 

Look, that tree right across the road. © Dec. 
8, 1944; KK 33276. 

Look, the matador is hurt. © Dec. 29, 1944; 
KK 33278. 

A shark. Hey, look out. © Feb. 6, 1945; KK 
33281. 

This' 11 teach you to bust up my rackets. © 
Feb. 7, 1945; KK 33282. 

General mills, inc., Minneapolis. 7286-7296 

Betty Crocker quality, what a difference that 
makes. For soup. © Mar. 11, 1945; KK 32245. 
For cereal: 

Ever taste an oat cereal that's ready to eat? 
© Mar. 4, 1945; KK 32244. 

Heard about it? An oat cereal ready to eat. 
© May 2, 1945; KK 32250. 

Home! © Apr. 22, 1945; KK 32781, 

Meet an oat cereal that's ready to eat. © 
May 6, 1945; KK 32251. 

Play three hot new games with this Kit air- 
base! © May 13, 1945; KK 32782. 



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For flour: 

Cookie hungry? © Apr. 29, 1945; KK 32249. 

Super for supper, luscious for lunch. © Mar. 
17, 1945; KK 32246. 

You don't cream shortening! You don't beat 
eggs! © Apr. 8, 1945, KK 32780. 
For food products: 

Egg tricks. © Apr. 20, 1945; KK 32248. 

Three meal-thrifty meals. © Apr. 12, 1945; 
KK 32247. 

Gerber products co., Fremont, Mich. 7297 

No wonder they fence me in. For baby food. © 
June 20, 1945; KK 33233. 

Gibralter insulation co., Pontiac, Mich. 7298 

Made from rock! Strong as rock! For insula- 
tion. © June 23, 1945; KK 33078. 

Glidden co., Cleveland. 7299 

Before you buy any wall paint. For wall paint. 
© Apr. 24, 1945; KK 32653. 

Gold seal co. See Schafer, Harold, d. b. a. Gold 
seal CO. 

Gorham CO. , Providence. 7300-7302 

For sterling silver: 

A name that for 114 years has stood for a 
standard of excellence. © May 10, 1945; KK 32584. 

These favorites of distinguished American 
hostesses are available. © Mar. 20, 1945; KK 
32582. 

You made our choice. © Apr. 29, 1945; KK 
32583. 

Gothic jarproof watch corp., New York. 7303 

Lifetime watch guarantee. For watches. © May 
31, 1945; KK 32839. 

Granat bros., San Francisco. 7304-7311 

For diamond rings: 

Matchmates, for the June bride. © May 27, 
1945; KK 32562. 

Now, and forever after. © July 1, 1945; KK 
33292. 

The ring for your day of days. © Apr. 29, 
1945; KK 31972. 

Threesomes. © May 13, 1945; KK 32317. 

Threesomes. © June 24, 1945; KK 33193. 

Until tomorrow. Solitaires by Granat. © 
June 17, 1945; KK 33015. 

For the bride, we make a wish. For diamond 
wedding rings. © May 20, 1945; KK 32465. 

Men's wedding rings for father's day. For men's 
rings. © June 10, 1945; KK 32811. 

ft 

Gray, Dorothy, ltd., New York. 7312-7323 

For cosmetic: 

The American look. © Apr. 3, 1945; KK 
31704. 

Can time stana still for your beauty? © Apr. 
18, 1945; KK 32116. 

Even our little tow-headed Susan. © May 18, 
1945; KK 32288. 

Gloriously alive. Gloriously tanned. © May 
26, 1945; KK 32461. 

How does she find time to keep her face so 
fresh? © June 2, 1945; KK 32622. 

Leading the trend to pigmented foundations, 
Dorothy Gray finisheen. © Apr. 10, 1945; KK 31427. 



Salute to Lord & Taylor and the American 
look. © May 16, 1945; KK 32227. 

Stars in Filene's California sunorama. © 
May 19, 1945; KK 32287. 

Ted's been raving about my honey-gold skin! 
© June 1, 1945; KK 32621. 

You're so pretty, even with only two. © May 
19, 1945; KK 32286. 

You're so pretty in Dorothy Gray lipstick. 
© June 9, 1945; KK 32792. 

You're so pretty when your skin looks soft. 
© May 5, 1945; KK 31980. 

Great American industries, inc., Meriden, Conn. 

7324, 7325 

Harness for a modern war horse. For communi- 
cations and ignition systems, and precision electri- 
cal parts and equipment. © Jan. 10, 1944; KK 
32477. 

Today's war bill. For communications and air- 
craft material. © Dec. 10, 1943; KK 32476. 

Griffin mfg. co., inc., Brooklyn. 7326 

Please try our way first. For pigment restorer 
for shoes. © June 12, 1945; KK 33037. 

Grinnell co., inc.. Providence. 7327 

Grinnell flamebuster. For 3 purpose hose 
nozzle. © June 21, 1945; KK 32966. 

Grizzle, B. F., Terre Haute, Ind. 7328 

Grizzle orifice meter calculating rule. For gas 
slide rule. © Dec. 18, 1941; KK 32336. 

Gruen watch co., Cincinnati. 7329-7335 

For watches: 

Catchiest 22 -second show in radio! © July 
1, 1945; KK 33517. 

Don't miss out on the biggest little hit in 
radio. © June 1, 1945; KK 33518. 

A new kind of time. © May 9, 1945; KK 
33031. 

So beautiful it's hard to make up your mind. 
© Apr. 1, 1945; KK 31966. 

So beautiful it's hard to make up your mind. 
© Apr. 25, 1945; KK 32512. 

Thoughts in a mother's eyes. © May 1, 1945; 
KK 32847. 

Thoughts in a mother's eyes. © May 7, 1945; 
KK 33035. 

Halpert, Joseph, co.. New York. 7336 

I want a good dress. For dresses. © May 1, 
1945; KK 32161. 

Hamilton watch co., Lancaster, Pa. 7337 

Hamilton news letter. For news mats and 
watches. © May 16, 1945; KK 32202. 

Hammond instrument co., Chicago. 7338 

You can be good too. For electric organ. © 
May 20, 1945; KK 32906. 

Hanley, James, co.. Providence. 7339 7352 

For ale. 

First warm days getting you down? © May 
15, 1945; KK 32166. 

Glad to know you! © Apr. 11, 1945; KK 
31442. 

Hits the spot every time. © June 4, 1945; 
KK 32722. 



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Let's get started. © May 23, 1945; KK 32375. 

No wonder Hanley's tastes so good. © June 
6, 1945; KK 32557. 

No wonder Hanley's tastes so good! Covered 
bridge. © Apr. 13, 1945; KK 31686. 

No wonder Hanley's tastes so good. Girl 
fishing. © Apr. 27, 1945; KK 32142. 

No wonder Hanley's tastes so good. Grain. 
© May 9, 1945; KK 32145. 

No wonder Hanley's tastes so good! Mountain 
stream. © Apr. 20, 1945; KK 31687. 

No wonder Hanley's tastes so good! Sand 
dunes. © May 18, 1945; KK 32315. 

No wonder Hanley's tastes so good. Ship. © 
May 2, 1945; KK 32143. 

Perfect in every detail. © May 8, 1945; KK 
32144. 

This is no time to let go! © June 14, 1945; 
KK 32836. 

Tops! © Apr. 24, 1945; KK 31774. 

Harris-Seybold-Potter co., Cleveland. 7353 

Harris impressions, v. 5, no. 3, March, 1945. 
For lithographic supplies. © Sept. 7, 1944; KK 
32400. 

Hartman, Helen K., New York. 7354 

Hugables by Tina. For cotton yarn dolls. © 
Feb. 20, 1945; KK 31015. 

Hepworth, S. S., co.. Long Island City, N. Y. 7355 
Tools for metal spinning. For tools for metal 
spinning. © Mar. 8, 1945; KK 32022. 

Hirestra laboratories, inc.. New York. 7356-7358 
For cosmetic cream: 

I am now 46 years old and my skin is like a 
woman's of 30. © June 1, 1945; KK 32481. 

Science can help the face and throat to be 
more youthful. © Apr. 14, 1945; KK 32480. 

Try nature's way to lovelier, younger looking 
hand skin. For hand lotion. © May -27, 1945; KK 
32857. 

Hodgson, E. F., co., Boston. 7359 

Hodgson prefabricated camp cottages. For pre- 
fabricated camp cottages. © Feb. 28, 1945; KK 
32642. 

Holmes & Edwards div.. International silver co. 
See International silver co. Holmes & Edwards 
div. 



pt. IV. n. s.. v. 40 



Hoopla toys. New York. 

Hoopla! Balancing toys. 
1945; KK 31953. 



For toys. 



7360 
© Apr. 17, 

7361-7374 



House of vision, Chicago. 
For glasses: 

The better to see you with, my dear. © May 
10, 1945; KK 32330. 

Ear-to-eye distance affects your glasses ad- 
justment. © Mar. 29, 1945; KK 32326. 

He wears these because he likes their stream- 
lined look. © June 11, 1945; KK 32929. 

He wears these because he's executive. © 
June 4, 1945; KK 32927. 

He wears these because they match the dignity 
of his profession. © May 24, 1945; KK 32925. 

Loveliness through the looking glass. © May 
21, 1945; KK 32924. 

She wears these because she's very feminine. 
© June 14, 1945; KK 32930. 



She wears these because smart girl she is, 
she looks it! © June 7, 1945; KK 32928. 

She wears these because they suit her ail- 
American air. © May 28, 1945; KK 32926. 

Sick of suffering in order to see better? © 
Apr. 5, 1945; KK 32328. 

Well, be conservative but don't be an old 
fuddy-duddy. © May 17, 1945; KK 32923. 

You look executive, but do your glasses? © 
May 14, 1945; KK 32922. 

Your glasses, spectacular on purpose. © 
Apr. 12, 1945; KK 32329. 

Your glasses win by a nose. © Apr. 2, 1945; 
KK 32327. 

Hub, Henry C. Lytton & co., Chicago. 7375, 7376 
The Hub for him from cradle through career. 

For men's and boys' apparel and accessories. © 

Mar. 25, 1945; KK 31647. 

Lytton's oxfords that go places. Chicagoans. 

For men's shoes. © Apr. 19, 1945; KK 31648. 

Hudson, H. D., mfg. co., Chicago. 7377, 7378 

For farm equipment: 

$59 billion waiting to be spent, but where? 
© May 3, 1945; KK 32432. 

$59 billion waiting to be spent, but where? 
© May 8, 1945; KK 32433. 

Huffman, Mannie R., d. b. a. Sculpta hosiery shops, 
New York. 7379 

Don't rush, fellows, Sculpta has plenty of 'em! 

For hosiery. © Feb. 18, 1945; KK 31108. 

Hyde bird feeder co., Somerville, Mass. 7380 

Villa Calorida. For bird feeders and houses. 
© May 31, 1945; KK 33040, 

Illinois state hatcheries. See Campbell, Horace 
L., d. b. a. Illinois state hatcheries. 

Indiana steel products co., Chicago. 7381, 7382 

For permanent magnets: 

The least known function of permanent mag- 
nets. © July 11, 1945; KK 33342. 

Tractive effort from permanent magnets. 
© June 6, 1945; KK 33341. 

International cellucotton products co. , Chicago. 

7383-7386 
For Kleenex tissues: 

Little Lulu. Dude ranch. © June 17, 1945; 
KK 33178. 

Little Lulu. Flower show. © May 25, 1945; 
KK 33179. 

Little Lulu goes window shopping. © Apr. 
22, 1945; KK 31926. 

Little Lulu spends a day in the country. © 
May 20, 1945; KK 33180. 

International silver co., Meriden, Conn. 7387-7390 
For sterling inlaid silverplate: 

He's been like that ever since the day he de- 
cided. © June 14, 1945; KK 32950. 

We may have to live in a tent, but we're 
going to have these. © June 11, 1945; KK 32949. 
For sterling silverware: 

Head or heart, which rules you? © May 1, 
1945; KK 33106. 

Sometimes I almost tell him. © May 4, 
1945; KK 32352. 



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International silver co., Holmes & Edward div., 
Meriden, Conn, 7391-7394 

For sterling inlaid silverplate: 

My best post-war thoughts. © May 4, 1945; 
KK 32189. 

She'll take it down sooner. © May 17, 1945; 
KK 33005. 

This me says take the first thing that comes 
along. © Apr. 18, 1945; KK 32292. 

Wanted as soon as possible. © Apr. 20, 1945; 
KK 31811. 

Interwoven stocking co., New Brunswick, N. J. 

7395-7410 
For men's socks: 

Hi-lo leg length, WC-146, The sock of the 
well-dressed man, WC-147. Double face card. © 
May 3, 1945; KK 32618. 

Interwoven, $1.00 the pair, J. Interwoven 
socks, 2 pairs $1.25, J-l. © June 1, 1945; KK 
33205. 

Interwoven, $1.00 the pair, K. Interwoven, 
2 pairs $1.25, K-1. © June 1, 1945; KK 33206. 

interwoven, $1.25 the pair, 1. Interwoven, 2 
pairs $1.25, I-l. © June 1, 1945; KK 33204. 

Interwoven, $1.50 the pair, H. World famous, 
Interwoven, 3 pairs $1.25, H-1. ©Junel, 1945. KK 
33203. 

Interwoven, $1.65 the pair, G. World famous , 
Interwoven, 3 pairs $1.25, G-1. © June 1, 1945; 
KK 33202. 

Interwoven socks, 75 cents the pair, L. In- 
terwoven, 2 pairs $1.25, L-1. © June 1, 1945; KK 
33207. 

Marvelous! © May 16, 1945; KK 32613. 

Marvelous! © May 18, 1945; KK 32615. 

Marvelous! WC-148. World famous, WC- 
149. Double face card. © May 3, 1945; KK 32619. 

Nice going! WC- 144. They can take it! WC- 
145. Double face card. © May 3, 1945; KK 32617. 

'S wonderful. © June 6, 1945; KK 33208. 

'S wonderful! WC-150. Still good! WC-151. 
Double face card. © May 3, 1945; KK 32620. 

Still good! © May 20, 1945; KK 32616. 

This is no time for fooling around. © June 
1, 1945; KK 33209. 

This is no time for fooling around! Interwoven 
dealer advertising, spring, 1945. © May 17, 1945; 
KK 32614. 

Ismert-Hincke milling co., Kansas City, Mo. 7411 
Contest rules. For white dough flour. © Apir. 
20, 1945; KK 31955. 

Italian Swiss colony, San Francisco. 7412 

Game from the hills. For wine. © May 4, 1945; 
KK 32696. 

Johnson, S. C, & son, inc., Racine, Wis. 7413-7418 
For wax: 

Fibber McGee and Molly can tell you how to 
put on a floor show. © June 10, 1945; KK 32810. 

Fibber McGee and Molly present child's play 
in two acts. © May 13, 1945; KK 32314. 

Fibber McGee says, Beautiful floors, Molly, 
are yours for the waxing! © Apr. 18, 1945; KK 
32294. 

Goodness me, says Molly McGee, it's wonder- 
ful how wax takes the wear! © May 11, 1945; KK 
32338. 

Heavenly days, says Molly McGee, you can 
wax just about everything. © Feb. 2, 1945; KK 
31766. 



Number one aid for the kitchen brigade ! © 
Jan. 24, 1945; KK 31767. 

Johnson, Walter H., candy co., Chicago. 7419-7430 
For candy bar: 

Don't blow up, ma'am. © Apr. 30, 1945; KK 
31994. 

Don't cross your bridges till you get to 'em. 
© June 25 1945; KK 33346. 

Don t get out on a limb. © May 7, 1945; KK 
32316. 

Don't git off the track. © Apr. 23, 1945; KK 
31981. 

Don't git stuck up. © May 15, 1945; KK. 
32487. 

Don't jump the gun. © Apr. 16, 1945; KK 
31870. 

Don't jump to conclusions. © Apr. 3, 1945; 
KK 31519. 

Don't stick your neck out. © June 18, 1945; 
KK 33199. 

Keep your fingers crossed. © May 21, 1945; 
KK 32599. 

Keep your head on your shoulders. © June 
4, 1945; KK 32881. 

Look before you leap. © Jime 11, 1945; KK 
33016. 

Make a bee line fer me. © Apr. 10, 1945; 
KK 31726. 

Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, N. J. 7431 

George Crile. 1864-1943. For sutures. © 
Apr. 30, 1945; KK 32034. 

Jones & Laughlin steel Corp., Pittsburgh. 

7432, 7433 
For steel: 

Many steel problems solved. © Apr. 23, 
1945; KK 32082. 

Steel wire helps weave pattern of victory. 
© May 17, 1945; KK 32482. 

Juilliard, A. D., & co., inc.. New York. 7434-7443 
The debonair look. For women's suit of Juil- 
liard wool. © Apr. 15, 1944; KK 31526. 
For coat of Juilliard wool: 

Divinely young. © Mar. 29, 1944; KK 31615. 
High-spirited fashion. © Apr. 1, 1944; KK' 
31682. 

The new look. © Aug. 1, 1944; KK 31528. 
Presenting an exciting new fashion. © July 
1, 1944; KK 31527. 

For Juilliard woolens: 

I've decided. © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 31681. 
Spring, 1945. © Nov. 1, 1944; KK 31529. 
Have fun this spring. For suit of Juilliard wool. 
© Feb. 29, 1944; KK 31614. 

I'm crazy about soft fitted coats. For women's 
coat of Juilliard wool. © Mar. 1, 1944; KK 31525. 

There's a new feeling in the air this spring. 
For coat and suit of Juilliard wool. © Jan. 29, 
1944; KK 31613. 

Jul-yet CO., Ka9Sa$ City, Mo. 7444 

Jul-yet stabilizer. For recipes, ice cream mix. 
© May 22, 1945; KK 32596. 

Just-Buddy, Hayaldree, W. G., d. b. a. Reb's 
medicine & beauty creations, Washington, D. C. 

7445 
Reb's likrid-poudor. For fire extinguisher. © 

Apr. 10, 1945; KK 31611. 



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Kahn, David, iiic, North Bergen, N. J. 7446-7450 
For fountain pens: 

Wearever, for distinguished service on every 
front. © Apr. 21, 1945; KK 32196. 

Wearever pacemaker tops in three new ways. 
© June 15, 1945; KK 32979. 

For fountain pens and refill leads: 

Wearever zenith. Write him today I © Apr. 
26, 1945; KK 32007. 

Wearever zenith V-mail from you? © June 
3, 1945; KK 32721. 

Wearever zenith. For fountain pens and mechan- 
ical pencils. © Apr. 2, 1945; KK 31642. 



Keenan, Edward T., Frostproof, Fla. 7451, 7452 
Electro-positive ion effect in nutritional meta- 
bolism commanding increased attention. For key- 
mins. © Apr. 14, 1945; KK 31503. 

Key-mins. For a food mineral supplement. © 
May 1, 1945; KK 32128. 

Kellogg CO., Battle Creek, Mich. 7453, 7454 

For breakfast cereal: 

Take a tip from a baked potato! © Feb. 25, 
1945; KK 32448. 

You get a big bonus 1 © Mar. 20, 1945; KK 
32449. 

Kennard, George Arthur, d. b. a. Kennard mfg. co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 7455 

Blue cat gaff. For an article used for landing a 

fish. © May 1, 1945; KK 32220. 

Kennard mfg. co. See Kennard, George Arthur, d. 
b. a. Kennard mfg. co. 

Kerrigan, F. J.,co. See Kerrigan, Frank J,,d. b. a. 
F. J. Kerrigan co. 

Kerrigan, Frank J., d. b. a. F. J. Kerrigan co., 
Winchester, Mass. 7456 

High efficiency quotient bubble caps. For bubble 

caps. © Jan. 19, 1945; KK 31032. 

Kidde, Walter, & co., inc.. New York. 7457 

New built-in fire protection. For fire extin- 
guishing equipment. © Apr. 3, 1945; KK 31814. 

Kinkead industries, inc., Chicago. 7458, 7459 

For metal mouldings: 

New beauty treatment for home interiors. © 
June 20, 1945; KK 33235. 

You'll recommend with pride and remember 
with profit. © May 16, 1945; KK 32805. 

Knight & Bostwick, inc., Newark, N. Y. 7460 

Knight & Bostwick, incorporated, Newark, New 
York state. Landscape and fruit directors for farm 
and home. For nursers' stock. © June 1, 1945; 
KK 32605. 



Kraft cheese co., Chicago. 7461-7463 

For cheese: 

You can depend on Kraft quality. ® Apr. 11, 
1945; KK 32546. 

You can depend on Kraft quality. ® May 25,. 
1945; KK 33125. 

You can depend on Kraft quality. Vltali^ sand'^ 
wlch. © June 19, 1945; KK 33126. 



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Krause, Charles A., milling co., Milwaukee. 7464 
You bet, American beer goes a long way. For 
beer. © May 15, 1945; KK 32641. 

Krick, Leonard J., d. b. a. Krick mfg. co. 7465 

Truck-'n-doUy. For material-handling truck 
and dolly. © Apr. 13, 1945; KK 32543. 



Krick mfg., co. See Krick, Leonard J., d. b. a. 
Krick mfg. co. 



Lambert bros. jewelers, inc., New York. 

7466-7468 

Dog collar magnificent! For gold jewelry. © 
Mar. 27, 1945; KK 32322. 

It's new ! Identity rings in 14 karat gold. For 
gold rings. © Feb. 7, 1945; KK 32324. 

Sterling silver identity bracelet. For silver 
jewelry. © Feb. 13, 1945; KK 32323. 



Lampl, Walter, New York. 7469 

Lucky gremlin charms. For novelty jewelry. 
© June 15, 1945; KK 32856. 



Lamson Corp., Syracuse, N. Y. 7470-7472 

Faster handling. For Lamson lightweight 
gravity conveyor. © July 16, 1945; KK 33532. 

Lamson conveyor. For material handling 
gravity conveyor. © June 6, 1945; KK 32716. 

The new Lamson utility conveyor. For mate- 
rials handling equipment. © Feb. 21, 1945; KK 
32422. 



Lee, H. D., co., inc., Kansas City, Mo. 7473-7487 
For work clothes: 

Adventures In work clothes? © Jan 5, 1945; 
KK 31880. 

Among men who live In work clothes all day 
• long, this label tops 'em all! © Feb. 25, 1944; 
KK 31909. 

Among men who live in work clothes all day 
long, this label tops 'em all! © Apr. 18, 1944; KK 
31885. 

First among railroad men from coast to 
coast. Tops 'em all. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 31957. 

How to rate a second look. © Feb. 9, 1945; 
KK 31881. 

Keep your eye on that man. © Mar. 6, 1945; 
KK 31883. 

Lee color matched shirts and pants. © Apr. 
25, 1945; KK 31886, 

That's right, son. You'll outgrow those Lee 
overalls before you wear 'em out I © Feb. 1, 1945; 
KK 31939. 

That's right, son. You'll outgrow those Lee 
overalls before you wear 'em out! © Feb, 28, 
1945; KK 31921. 

Tops 'em all. © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 31884. 

Watch that man. © Feb. 20, 1945; KK 31882. 

Watch that man. He's headed for promotion! 
© Feb. 25, 1945; KK 32452. 

You can say that again! © Aug. 15, 1944; 
KK 32451. 

You can say that again! Tops 'em all! © 
Sppt. 5, 1944; KK 31879. 

You deserve promotion. You've got what it 
tak6s to succeed! © Apr. 17, 1945; KK 31908. 



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7537 



Legion ice cream co., Chicago. 7488 

Legion twins. Window streamer. For frozen 
confection. © June 6, 1945; KK 32682, 

Lehn & Fink products Corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

7489-7495 
For cosmetic: 

Is it etiquet for his sweetheart to kiss him 
first? © May 11, 1945; KK 32168. 

Sale! Buy your summer supply now! © May 
3, 1945; KK 32226. 

For disinfectant & germicide: 

A better germ-killer for feminine hygiene. 
© Apr. 2, 1945; KK 33321. 

For a cleaner bathroom try this better germ- 
killer. © Apr. 23, 1945; KK 32766. 

For cleaner floors try this better germ-killer 
© Apr. 9, 1945; KK 32764. 

A wonderful cleanser! Try it for feminine 
hygiene, © Apr. 16, 1945; KK 32765. 

Our marriage was topsy-turvy. For disinfectant. 
© July 10, 1945; KK 33371. 

Leitz, E., inc., New York. 7496 

The Leitz photo-electric hemoglobino meter. 
For instrument for hemoglobin determination. © 
May 21, 1945; KK 33041. 

Lentheric, inc., New York. 7497, 7498 

Classic simplicity lucite vanity. For powder 

compact. © June 14, 1945; KK 32837. 

For men of action, quiet perfect grooming. 

Requisities by Lentheric. For men's toilet articles. 

© May 3, 1945; KK 31960. 

Lewis, G. B., co., Watertown, Wis. 7499 

Beekeepers supplies. For supplies for honey 
production. © May 21, 1945; KK 32691. 

Lewis-Shepard products inc., Watertown, Mass. 

7500 
The truck of the future is here today. For power 
fork trucks and tilt trucks. © Apr. 3, 1945; KK 
31984. 

Liebmann breweries, inc., Brooklyn. 7501-7509 
For alcoholic beverage: 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer! Says Ed 
Sullivan. © Mar. 13, 1945; KK 32359. 

My beer is Piheingold, the dry beer! Says 
Jane Wyatt. © Apr. 9, 1945; KK 32362. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer! Says Pat 
Boyd, Miss Rheingold, 1945. © Mar. 10, 1945; KK 
32358. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer! Says 
Pat Boyd, Miss Rheingold, 1945. © Mar. 28, 1945; 
KK 32360. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer! Says 
Pat Boyd, Miss Rheingold, 1945. © Apr. 7, 1945; 
KK 32361. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer! Says 
Pat Boyd, Miss Rheingold, 1945. © Apr. 23, 1945; 
KK 32363. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer! Says 
Pat Boyd, Miss Rheingold, 1945. © May 20, 1945; 
KK 33122. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer! Says 
Pat Boyd, Miss Rheingold, 1945. © May 21, 1945; 
KK 33125. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer! Says 
Sammy Kaye. © May 7, 1945; KK 33121. 



Liggett & Myers tobacco co.. New York. 7510-7525 
The best Kentucky burley that grows Granger 
pipe tobacco. For Granger pipe tobacco. © May 1, 
1945; KK 32181. 
For cigarettes: 

Always begin with Chesterfields. Molly Welch. 
© May 31, 1945; KK 32633. 

Always the best course. © June 14, 1945; 
KK 32899. 

Always the best for the commander. © July 
5, 1945; KK 33376. 

And believe me they click. © July 12, 1945; 
KK 33377. 

And Miriam baked a cake. © June 28, 1945; 
KK 33254. 

Arlene besieges the corporal. © May 24, 
1945; KK 32440. 

Armful for the bashful captain. © June 7, 
1945; KK 32718. 

Fresh as a daisy. © June 3, 1945; KK 32634. 

A pack o'pleasure. © Mar. 16, 1945; KK 
31459. 

Packed with pleasure. © May 15, 1945; KK 
32182. 

Pleasure deep-rooted as the mighty oak. © 
July 1, 1945; KK 33255. 

Right combination, world's best tobaccos. © 
July 5, 1945; KK 33256. 

Take me out to the ball game. © June 8, 
1945; KK 32719. 

Whereever you go for pleasure. Lewisohn 
stadium. © July 6, 1945; KK 44478. 

Yes, tried and true always. © June 5, 1945; 
KK 32635. 

Lindberg engineering co., Chicago. 7526-7528 

For Cyclone furnaces: 

Lindberg gas fired production box type 
furnace, no. 170. © June 13, 1945; KK 32944. 

Lindberg gas fired toolroom box type furnace, 
no. 160. © June 13, 1945; KK 32945. 

Harden high speed steel in Lindberg hydryzing 
furnaces. For heat treating furnaces. © May 15, 
1945; KK 32492. 



Lipton, Thomas J., inc., Hoboken, N. J. 7529-7534 
For beverage: 

Brisk is the word for Lipton. © Apr. 1, 
1945; KK 32356. 

Brother, now that plenty, © Mar. 12, 1945; 
KK 31860. 

In a mess hall mug or a P. X. cup, Lipton's 
brisk flavor is strictly swell! © Mar. 31, 1945; 
KK 32354. 

Lipton's brisk flavor. © Feb. 19, 1945; KK 
31859. 

Lipton's brisk flavor is sheer delight. © Apr. 
27, 1945; KK 33105. 

So very brisk is Lipton's flavor. © Mar. 19, 
1945; KK 32353. 



Locher, Felix, Los Angeles. 7535 

Locher-Hall telecurve great circle map. For 
map. © Apr, 5, 1945; KK 31985. 

Lytton, H. C, & co.. See Hub, H. C. Lytton & co. 

McGraw electric co., Bussman mfg. co. div., St. 
Louis. 7536, 7537 

Buss fustat assembly. For motor protective 

device. © May 17, 1945; KK 32541. 



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Buss plug fusetrons, 15 to 30 ampere for circuit 
protection. For fusetrons. © Apr. 26, 1945; KK 
320u9. 

McGraw electric co., Toastmaster products div. , 
Elgin, 111. 7538, 7539 

For electric automatic toasters: 

Better make it a 5-point breadfast. © Apr. 
18, 1945; KK 32420. 

In the navy we eat breakfast! © May 23, 1945; 
KK 32776. 

McGrew, Edward N., d. b. a. Roach trap co.. Fort 
Smith, Ark. 7540 

Liquid roach trap. For roach exterminator. © 

Apr. 1, 1945; KK 31974. 

Magnolia petroleum co., Dallas. 7541-7543 

For mobiloil, mobilgas, mobllgreases; 

Head off heat damage! © May 8, 1945; KK 
32031. 

It's care that keeps cars rolling. © Apr. 24, 
1945; KK 31943. 

Keep 'em alive in '45. Summerize. © Apr. 
10, 1945; KK 31942. 

Majectic radio & television corp., Chicago. 

7544-7546 
For radios & radio equipment: 

Majestic radio news, no. 32. © May 19,1945; 
KK 32289. 

Majestic radio news, no. 33. © June 5, 1945; 
KK 32639. 

Majestic radio news, no. 35. For radios and 
radio appliances. © July 9, 1945; KK 33274. 

Marine magnesium products corp.. South San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 7547-7549 
For magnesium products: 

Magnesium carbonates, hydroxides, oxides. 
© Apr. 30, 1945; KK 32813. 

Magnesium carbonates, hydroxides, oxides. 
© June 1, 1945; KK 33166. 

Magnesium salts from sea water. © May 28, 
1945; KK 32601. 

Marlin firearms co.. New Haven. 7550 

Lather power. For shave cream. © Mar. 1, 
1945; KK 32686. 

Masser, Max P., Chicago. 7551 

M. P. Masser, furniture with a future. For 
furniture. © May 6, 1945; KK 32626. 

Master mechanics co. , Cleveland. 7552-7554 

Evanite waterproofing. For chemical mainte- 
nance enamels & waterproofing. © Apr. 20, 1945; 
KK 32364. 

For liquid roofing: 

Evanite roof waterproofing black. © July 13, 
1945; KK 33332. 

Evanite roof waterproofing black. © July 23, 
1945; KK 33531. 

Master products co., Chicago. 7555, 7556 

Master White Wove envelopes. For office 
supplies. © Apr. 20, 1945; KK 32223. 

Masterveave mimeograph paper. For duplica- 
ting supplies. © Sept. 11, 1945; KK 32222. 

Max, Eaward C, Memphis. 7557 

The barnyard chicken in the coop. For chicken 
dinners. © June 8, 1945; KK 32680. 



Mead Johnson & co., Evansville, Ind. 7558 

Mead's. For pharmaceutical preparations. © 
Apr. 25, 1945; KK 32849. 

Mealpack, inc.. New York. 7559 

Introducing Mealpack. For covered food dish 
or container. © June 13, 1945; KK 32864. 

Merit clothing co., inc., Mayfield, Ky. 7560-7562 
For men's clothing: 

Exclusive neck zone tailoring gives smart- 
ness. © June 1, 1945; KK 32774. 

Exclusive neck zone tailoring gives smart- 
ness. © June 22, 1945; KK 33236. 

Neck zone is responsible for the perfect fit. 
© May 25, 1945; KK 32750. 

Merriam, G. & Co., co., Springfield, Mass. 

7563-7565 

For dictionaries: The circle and monogram. 
Apr., 1945. © Apr. 9, 1945; KK 31839. 

The circle and monogram. June, 1945. © June 
5, 1945; KK 32865. 

A transcription illustrating use of the interna- 
tional phonetic alphabet. For pronouncing diction- 
ary of American English. © May 1, 1945; KK 
32435. 

Micro switch corp., Freeport, III. 7566 

This versatile Micro switch housing. For pre- 
cision electric switches. © Jujy 13, 1944; KK 
32012. 

Micro switch div.. First industrial corp. See First 
industrial corp. Micro switch div. 

Mido watch co. of America, inc. , New York. 

7567-7579 
For waterproof & shockproof watches: 

Mido, beautiful and shockproof. © Feb. 1, 
1944; KK 32991. 

Mido, beautiful and waterproof. 100 percent 
waterproof, shockproof. © Mar. 1, 1944; KK 
32993. 

Mido, waterproof and shock- resistant. 100 
percent waterproof, shock-resistant. © May 1, 
1944; KK 32996. 

Mido winds as they go. © Jan. 30, 1945; KK 
33000. 

Mido winds as they go. © Mar. 2, 1945; KK 
33001. 

Mido winds as they go. © Apr. 10, 1945; KK 
33002. 

Mido winds as they go. Airmen, flying in the 
substratosphere. © Apr. 27, 1945; KK 33003. 

Mido winds as they go. Pilots, requiring 
dependable timepieces. © Dec. 29, 1944; KK 32999. 

Mido winds as you go. Every movement you 
make. © Feb. 3, 1944; KK 32992. 

Mido winds as you go. Every movement you 
make. © Feb. 17, 1944; KK 32998. 

Mido winds as you go. When fishing, wear 
your Mido. © Mar. 24, 1945; KK 32994. 

Mido winds as you go. When skeet-shooting, 
wear your Mido. © Apr. 25, 1944; KK 32995. 

Mido winds as you go. Your arm's natural 
motion. © Dec. 29, 1944; KK 32997. 

Miller, Gordon B., & co., Cincinnati. 7580 

Star of memory. For star of memory, emblem 
jewelry. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 31867. 



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7624 



Minnesota mining & mfg. co., St. Paul. 7581, 7582 
For Scotch cellulose tape: 

How to win flowers and influence husbands. 
© June 19, 1945; KK 32863. 

How ye can have a neater- rr kitchen. © June 
15, 1945; KK 32921. 

Miss Swank, inc.. New York. 7583 

She never looked better. For slips. © Apr. 26, 
1945; KK 32510. 

Mr. O's products. See Oberholtz, Anthony, d. b. a. 
Mr. o's products. 

Modern publicity CO. , New York. , 7584 

Just a few Christmas gift suggestions. For 
jewelry. © May 9, 1945; KK 31995. 

MoQine mfg. co. , Racine, Wis. 7585 

Modine blast heater selector. For heating, 

ventilating and air conditioning coils. © Apr. 16, 
1945; KK 32419. 

Mojud hosiery co., inc.. Long Island, N. Y. 

7586, 7587 
For ladies hosiery: 

Mojud, that's all you need know about stock- 
ings. © May 1, 1945; KK 32171. 

Mojud, that's all you need know about stock- 
ings. © May 16, 1945; KK 32335. 

Moog industries, inc., St. Louis. 7588, 7589 

For piston rings: 

America's fastest growing ring line! © Mar. 
8, 1945; KK 32439. 

Put full power in that next motor overhaul. 
© May 8, 1945; KK 33173. 

Morse, Joseph L., Gache, Mac, Morse, Gertrude L. 
& Gache, Rose d. b. a. Unicorn press, Brooklyn. 
♦ 7590-7593 

For encyclopedia: 

Amazine giff offer to comic readers. Get this 
world-famous 512 page encyclopedia volume for 
only 7 cents. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 31787. 

Can you solve this problem? Why can't we 
giveaway 1500 copies of this valuable 512 page book? 
© Dec. 13, 1945; KK 31816. 

Please accept with our compliments this val- 
uable 512 page encyclopedia volume. © Jan. 2, 
1944; KK 31817. 

Please accept with our compliments volume 
I of the new 1943 aaition. © Oct. 3, 1943; KK 31815. 

Motor wheel corp., Lansing, Mich. 7594, 7595 

For duo-therm heaters: 

Here's your invitation. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 
33117. 

Sez who? © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 33118. 

Nathan, James A., Buffalo. 7596 

Free gifts of the world's finest baby products for 
you from mother's service. For baby food and 
vitamin products for babies. © Apr. 16, 1945; KK 
31546. 

National biscuit co., New York. 7597 -,7600 

For breakfast foods: 

Oh^mom. I'm too sick to go to school tooay. 
© May 24, 1945; KK 33033. 

Wilmer, get to sleep right now. © May 17, 
1945; KK 33032. 



Wilmer, get up. © Mar. 18, 1945; KK 33102. 
Wilmer, watch the toast, please. © May 31, 
1945; KK 33034, 

National cylinder gas co. , Chicago. 7601, 7602 

Rego KX cutting torch. For cutting torch, © 

May 28, 1945; KK 33098. 

Rego welding & cutting apparatus price list. 

For welding & cutting apparatus. © June 4, 1945; 

KK 33099. 

National distillers products corp. , New York. 

7603-7605 
For whiskey: 

The freedom of every American. © June 30, 
1945; KK 33533. 

Little buttercup is quite as dear. © June 2, 
1945; KK 32834, 

A triple to your taste. © May 5, 1945; KK 
32833. 

National educational alliance, inc., New York. 

7606, 7607 

The practical mathematics library. For book. 
© Feb. 20, 1945; KK 31954. 

The practical mathematics library. For volume 
of books. © Mar. 11, 1945; KK 31951. 

National oil products co. , Harrison, N, J, 

7608-7611 
For poultry feed: 

The story of true vitamin A in growing tur- 
keys. © June 19, 1345; KK 33052. 

The story of true vitamin A in the chiek, NA- 
142, © Mar, 3, 1945; KK 32446. 

The story of true vitamin A in the pullet. © 
May 19, 1945; KK 32564. 

Telling the story of true vitamin A to your 
customers. © May 28, 1945; KK 32698. 

National potteries co., Fergus Falls, Minn. 7612 
National lithoglaze, glossy stonehard finish for 
concrete surfaces. For glaze enamel supplied with 
instruction course. © July 5, 1945; KK 33249. 

National retail lumber dealers assn., Washington, 
D. C. 7613 

Dealers' advertising service. Designed ex- 
clusively for lumber and building material dealers, 
issue no. 2. For mats. © June 5, 1945; KK 33043. 

National vitamin co., Newark, N. J. 7614 

Super- mins. For vitamin mineral medicine. © 
Dec. 15, 1944; KK 32690. 



Neilson, Raymond F,, Detroit. 7615, 7616 

For products for treating and cleaning metals: 
Prep products. © Jan. 30, 1945; KK 31793. 
Preprite, © Jan. 5o, 1945; KK 31794. 

Neiman-Marcus co., Dallas. 7617-7624 

[Parade of fashion] All in good chambray. For 
mother and daughter dresses. © Apr. 29, 1945; 
KK 32192. 

[Parade of fashion] At ease. For men s sports 
apparel. © May 27, 1945; KK 32500. 

[Parade of fashion] Freedom of the waves. Hot 
swim suits. © May 23, 1945; KK 32499. 

[Parade of fashion] Sports shop fashion show. 
For bathing suits. © Apr. 25, 1945; KK 32191. 



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[Parade of fashion] Standing out, Clare Potter. 
For summer dresses. © May 13, 1945; KK 32194. 

[Parade of fashion] Standing out, cool and lovely 
on important occasions. For cotton dresses. © 
May 20, 1945; KK 32498. 

[Parade of fashion] Summer frosting. For 
dresses, hats, gloves. © May 6, 1945; KK 32193. 

Standing out in the classic simplicity of Greelc 
sculpture. For sandals and dresses. © June 4, 
1945; KK 32918. 

Nelms, Ocie L., Dallas. 7625 

Texas trader. For cigarettes. © Mar. 14, 1945; 
KK 31983. 

New process co., Warren, Pa. 7626-7633 

For men's gabardine topcoat: 

I owe you, as one who has made purchases. 
© Mar. 13, 1945; KK 33081. 

Snap your fingers at the weatherman. © Mar. 
13, 1945; KK 33082. 
For womens' blouses: 

Blouse buy, pride-of-your-heart. ® May 26, 
1945; KK 33084. 

Looking for good blouses at a low price? © 
May 26, 1945; KK 33083. 

For womens' slack suits & skirt suits: 

Looks like we started something! © May 29, 
194,5; KK 33085. 

Now's the time to suit yourself for a lively 
lovely summer! © May 29, 1945; KK 33086, 

Let's get going! Here's a slack suit buy too 
good to miss. For mens' slack suits. © June 5, 
1945; KK 33088. 

Your dream coat at an undreamed of low price. 
For womens' coats. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 33080. 



New York air brake co., New York. 7634 

Finger-tip control lifts 10-ton trucks. For high 
pressure hydraulic systems. © May 26, 1945; KK 
33343. 



Nixon camera & photo supply co., Kenmore, N. Y. 

7635, 7636 

The view finder. For photo supplies. © July 1, 
1945; KK 33375. 

The view-finder. For photographic supplies. © 
Mar. 10, 1945; KK 31386. 



Northern paper mills. Green Bay, Wis. 7637-7645 
Double-checked. For towels, gauze, tissue. © 
June 1, 1945; KK 33115. 
For tissue: 

Here's the combination. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 
32401. 

Makes it soft for Junior. ® Apr. 15, 1945; 
KK 33112. 

Mighty soft. © Mar. 10, 1945; KK 32913.' 

Mighty soft for Johnny. © Mar. 15, 1945; KK 
32402. 

Mighty soft for Mary. © June 15, 1945; KK 
33116. 

Those eager little helpers make it soft for 
Sue. © May 15, 1945; KK 33113. 

It certainly does beat the band. For handy towels. 
© May 4, 1945; KK 32357. 

Tho I've pots, pans and kettles galore, I could 
easily clean even more. For towels. © June 1, 
1945, KK 33114. 



Northern tool & machine co., Melrose Park, 111. 

7646 
Northern hydraulic press. For hydraulic press. 
© June 8, 1945; KK 32978. 

Nutrition research laboratories, Chicago. 

7647-7650 
For medicinal compound: 

The bibliography specifies Ertron. © June 
15, 1945; KK 33248. 

Born of research, Erton in arthritis. © May 
1, 1945; KK 32174. ' 

4 important reasons. © June 6, 1945; KK 
33092. 

The outstanding agent in arthritis therapy. 
© July 1, 1945; KK 33183, 

I 

Oberholtz, Anthony, d. b. a. Mr. O's products, Los 
Angeles. 7651 

The story of the red wagon. For fertilizer and 
apparatus for applying it. © June 11, 1945; KK 
33170. ^ 

O'Brien, John J., Seattle. 7652 

The slide-rule premium calculator. For in- 
surance premium slide- rule. © Dec. 8, 1941; KK 
32325. 



Old Town ribbon & carbons co., inc., Brooklyn. 

7653-7656 
For ribbons, carbons & duplicating supplies: 
' Old Town counsellor, v. 1, no. 2. © Jan. 15, 
1945; KK 32892. 

The Old Town counsellor, v. 1, no. 5. © 
Apr. 14, 1945; KK 31518. 

Old Town counsellor. 1, no. 6. © May 15, 
1945; KK 32180. 

The Old Town counsellor, v. 1, no, 7. © June 
15, 1945; KK 32862. # 

Osterbauer, Edwin J., Rockford, 111. 7657, 7658 

For condiment servers: 

Illustrated here are the famous Magic-spray 
and pepper servers in solid and combination colors. 
© Apr. 24, 1945; KK 31739. 

In colors to match your table appointments. © 
May 18, 1945; KK 32340. 

Overhead door corp,, Hartford City, Ind. 7659-7661 
For overhead door: 

Deserving the best in doors. © July 1, 1945; 
KK 33520. 

Perfect performance. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 
32035. 

Where instant action is demanded. © May 1, 
1945; KK 32507. 

Owens yacht to., Baltimore. 7662 

Expect great things from Owens. For cruisers. 
© May 1, 1945; KK 32275. , 

Pabst brewing co. , Milwaukee. 7663-7665 

For beer: 

. Hit the ball with a one-string tennis racket? 
© June 8, 1945; KK 327?8. 

It must have been nice to be Nero. © June 1, 
1945; KK 33004. 

Poor guy, still trying to give away his king- 
dom. © June 10, 1945; KK 32739. 



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7701 



Pacific div., Bendix aviation cprp. 
aviation corp. Pacific div. 



See Bendix 



Pacific lumber co., San Francisco. 7666 

Palco Pete's mulch. For soil conditioner. © 
May 4, 1945; KK 32734. 

Parker pen co., Janesvllle, Wis. 7667-7672 

For fountain pen: 

Priority AA-1. © June 20, 1945; KK 33131. 

Sooner than you think, a Parker 51 may be 
yours. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 32547. 
For fountain pen ink: 

The Colonel's pen has clogged, won't go. © 
Apr. 15, 1945; KK 33127. 

Pens stay trouble-free with new-type inkl 
© May 4, 1945; KK 32549. 

This success story can be yours! ® May 1, 
1945; KK 33128. 

Too few to match the need, but more of these 
pens are coming. © May 1, 1945;'KK 32548. 

Parrish, Robert E., d. b. a. Worth pharmacal co.. 
Fort Worth, Tex. . 7673 

Neo-kerszole. For medical compound. © Mar. 

31, 1945; KK 31973. 

Pennsylvania wire glass co., Philadelphia. 7674 
Skylight building made easy. For corrugated 
wire glass skylights. © Apr. 16, 1945; KK 32023. 

Pepsi-cola co., Long Island City, N. Y. 7675 

Pepsi, the Pepsi-cola cop. Pepsi and the sub- 
marine. For bottled beverage. © May 20, 1945; 
KK 32271. 

Perolin co. of New York, inc., New York. 7676 

Corrosion and scale control in refrigerating & 
air conditioning installations. For water treatment 
compounds. © May 18, 1945; KK 32578. 

Peterson, Charles A., co., Cleveland. 7677 

The Capco parade of nuts. For nuts. © Apr. 
20, 1945; KK 31770. 

Petri wine co., San Francisco. 7678, 7679 

For alcoholic beverage: 

A snack at night? © Feb. 8, 1945; KK 33108, 
Steak is your wish? © Feb. 8, 1945; KK 

33109. 

Pickwick CO., Cedar Rapids, la. 7680 

Complete instructions for operating the Pick- 
wick poultry pickers. For poultry pickers. © June 
13, 1945; KK 33243. 

Pillsbury mills, inc., Minneapolis. 7681, 7682 

For flour: 

The bride, the boss, the biscuits. © Mar. 
28, 1945; KK 31585. 

The padlock on the cookie jar. © Mar. 14, 
1945; KK 31583. 

Pittsburgh reflector co., Pittsburgh. 7683 

Pittsburgh permaflector fluorescent luminaire 
no. A -1240. The Jefferson. For fluorescent light- 
ing fixture. © June 28, 1945; KK 33317. ^ 

Publicker commercial alcohol co. , Philadelphia. 

7684 
Thermo royal unti-freeze. For anti-freeze for 
automobiles. © Nov. 25, 1944; KK 31477. 



Pullman-standard car mfg. co. , Chicago. 7685-7687 
For railroad equipment: 

Another first by Pullman-standard, the con- 
vertiHe Coach- lounge. © July 6, 1945; KK 33340. 

Introducing the junior club car. © May 26, 
1945; KK 33338. 

Travelers acclaim the new 'Duplex- roomette. 
© June 14, 1945; KK 33339. 

R & H auto parts co. See Ross, Hyman & Hiller, 
Sam, d. b. a. R & H auto parts co. 

Ramsey accessories mfg. corp., St. Louis. 

7688, 7689 
For piston rings: 

No war-time lowering of Ramco quality. © 
May 1, 1945; KK 32444. 

Unchanged except for the better! © June 1, 
1945; KK 32886. 

Rau, Allen E., Union, Wash. 7690 

Rau's Chicken dinner inn. For fried chicken. 
© Apr. 20, 1S45; KK 32341. 

Ray, William C, Newport News, Va. 7691 

Here's your truly small business starting oppor- 
tunity. For manual. © May 1, 1945; KK 33150. 

Reb's medicine & beauty creations. See Just-Buddy, 
Hayaldree, W. G., d. b. a. Reb's medicine & 
beauty creations. 

Rees, Alfred Arnold, West Haven, Conn. 7692 

Radiaar. Your psychic answer finder. For 
educational and relaxational device. © Mar. 27, 
1945; KK 31618. 

Refined syrups & sugars, inc., Yonkers, N. Y. 

7693, 7694 

Faster production for sugar users. For sugar. 
© June 6, 1945; KK 32869. 

Industrially speaking, Chico has the right idea. 
For Flo-sweet sugar. © June 1, 1945; KK 32604. 

Regal typewriter co., inc.. New York. 7695, 7696 

Dealer becomes millionaire. For typewriter 

ribbons and carbon paper. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 

33244. 

How to make your own carbon paper in one easy 

lesson. For typewriter carbon paper. © Feb. 1, 

1945; KK 33245. 

Reliance mfg. co., Chicago. 7697 

Sew-zie. For clothing. © May 28, 1945; KK 
32753. 

Remington Rand, inc., Systems div., Buffalo. 

7698, 7699 
For visible card indexes: 

Mr. Know-it-all, production controller ex- 
traordinary! © Jan. 27, 1944; KK 32279. 

Who's this worker with all your answers? 
© Jan. 6, 1944; KK 32278. 

Research institute of America, inc.. New York. 

7700, 7701 
For periodical: 

Research institute analyst, no. 2. © Mar. 
21, 1945; KK 32977. 

Research institute analyst, no. 3. © Mar. 
28, 1945; KK 32915. 



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Revlon products corp., New York. 7702, 7703 

For cosmetics: 

Another stroke of color genius. © Feb. 15, 
1945; KK 33104. 

Color by Revlon. © Dec. 29, 1944; KK 82713. 

> 
Rife hydraulic engine mfg. co.. New York. 7704 

Rife hydraulic engine manufacturing co. For 
rams and strainers. © June 28, 1945; KK 33380. 

Roach trap co. See McGrew, Edward N., d. b. a. 
Roach trap co. 

Robot appliances, inc., Detroit. 7705 

Robot, the ultimate in kitchen appliances. For 
kitchen units. © May 25, 1945; KK 32467. 

Rogers imports, inc.. New York, 7706 

Robers Air-tite the largest selling tobacco pouch 
in the world. For tobacco pouch. © May 1, 1945; 
KK 32179. 

Ronrico corp., San Juan, Puerto Rico. . 7707 

Ronrico, for the connoisseur. For rum. © May 
28, 1945; KK 33347. 

Ross, Hymen & Hiller, S&m, d. b. a., R & H auto 
parts CO., Chicago. 7708 

Wholesale auto parts bulletin. For wholesale 

auto parts. © June 20, 1945; KK 33364, 

Ross, J. O., engineering Corp., New York. 7709 

Airay, For industrial drying and baking ovens. 
© Apr. 13, 1945; KK 31768. 

Rossin, Donald F,, Minneapolis. 7710 

Rodex. This sheet illustrates size and punching 
of all -Rodex sheets. For Rodex sheets, binders, 
indexes & supplies. © Jan, 15, 1945; KK 32735. 

Royal candy co., Omaha, Neb. 7711 

Introducing, ifor those who appreciate the best, 

Stephanie chocolates. For candy. © May 25, 1945; 
KK 32715, 

Royal typewriter co., inc.. New York. 7712-7714 
For typewriters: 

Ever wake up screaming? © May 25, 1945; 
KK 33111. 

How can {he boss expect a nice girl to do such 
things 1 © Apr, 27, 1945; KK 32355, 

Man shortage or no man shortage. For ribbons 
& carbon paper, © May 11, 1945; KK 33110. 

Saks & CO., New York. 7715 

Fashions have changed. Is your skin Unchanged? 
For cosmetic cream. © Apr. 8, 1945; KK 31904. 

Sartorius, A,, & co., inc., New York. 7716 

Platinum liquid mascara. For eye lash black. © 
July 20, 1945; KK 33524. 

Savage -Haldeman co., Los Angeles. 7717 

Interchangeable transmission parts. For inter- 
changeable transmission parts. ® Dec. 1, 1944; 
KK 33212. 

4 

S?.wyer's, Portland, Or. 7716-7721 

For stereoscopic device & view -master reels: 
Sawyer's view-master. Commercial sales 
information. © Apr. 12, 1945; KK 32494. 



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Sawyer's view-master. Snow-capped mountain 
scene, © Mar. 3, 1945; KK 32437. 

Sawyer's view-master. Sunset scene. © 
Mar. 3, 1945; KK 32438. 

Sawyer's view -master. Technical information 
© Apr. 12, 1945; KK 32450, 

Schafer, Harold, d. b. a. Gold seal co,, Bismarck, 
N. D. , 7722 

Once you try it you will always buy it. For wax. 

© Apr. 10, 1945; KK 32623. 

Schenley distillers Corp., New York. 7723 

Choice of a lifetime. Has had no peers for fifty 
years. For whisky. © June 21, 1945; KK 33036. 

Schering Corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 7724 

Oreton, effective therapy in female disorders. 
For Oreton. © May 14, 1945; KK 32377. 

Schlitz, Jos., brewing co., Milwaukee, 7725-7736 
For beer: 

Appreciation. © Apr. 1, 194.5; KK 31876. 

The beer of tomorrow is here today. © Apr. 
^, 1945; KK 32284. 

Discovering a splendid field of profit. © Feb. 
2, 1944; KK 31872. 

A flavor that shortens the miles. © Jan. 15, 
1945; KK 31874, 

A gem of flavor. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 32282. 

How to 'win friends. © Dpc. 30, 1944; KK 
31873. 

I bought it at the grocery store. © Mar. 26, 
1945; KK 32283. 

Inspiration. Nothing is more helpful, © May 
1, 1945; KK 32285, 

It's on their shopping lists ! © Jan. 29, 1945; 
KK 32281. 

Never a bitter note. © Jan. 1, 1945; KK 32280. 

Thank you, Mr, Crocer. © Apr, 23, 1945; 
KK 31877. 

Your customers are reading this. © Feb. 
26, 1945; KK 31875. 

Schmidt, C, & sons, inc., Philadelphia. 7737-7745 
For beer: 

Brewing was a housewife's task in the middle 
ages. © June 7, 1945; KK 32652. 

Brewing was well advanced in the valley of 
the Caucasus 1400 years ago. ©, May 19, 1945; 
KK 32234. 

Charlemagne was proud of the royal beer he 
brewed. © May 24, 1945; KK 32339. 

Long before Confucius, Chinese sages wrote words 

of wisdom over their beer. © May 3, 1945; 
KK 31907. 

Nearly 3000 years ago, Sheba knew her. © 
Apr. 28, 1945; KK 31802. 

They raised bumpers of beer to the granting 
of the Magna Carta. © June 14, 1945; KK 32779. 

Thracians relished their Bputov. Today we 
call it beer. © May 11, 1945; KK 32081. 

3000 years ago, Finnish beep inspired epic 
poetry. © Apr, 20, 1945; KK 31640, 

To the vikings of 1000 A. D. beer was the 
toast of heroes. © May 31, 1945; KK 32483. 

Schoeder, Lawrence M,, Wansam, Wis. 7746 

Big auction O. U. Potbelly farm. For comical 
auction bills. © Nov. 14, 1944; KK 32188. 



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Sculpta hosiery shops. See Huffman, Mannie R., 
d. b. a. Sculpta hosiery shops. 

Sealed power corp. , Muskegon, Mich. 774T 

Youcansee what's wrong here. For piston rings. 
© June 27, 1945; KK 33182. 

Selby shoe co., Portsmouth, O. 7748 

The going's easy in Easy Goers. For shoes. © 
Mar. 29, 1945; KK 31226. 

Sentry co. , Foxboro, Mass. 7749 

The Sentry reamer. For tool. © Nov. 21, 1944; 
KK 32201. 

Servel, inc., Evansville, Ind. 7750 

Servel supermetic. For Servel supermetic units. 
© June 21, 1945; KK 33362. 

Seven-up co., St. Louis. 7751-7763 

For soft drink: 

All the youngsters love a cheerful mother. 
© May 29, 1945; KK 33134. 

At least we agree on this. © Apr. 14, 1945; 
KK 32551. 

A good disposition helps to build a happy home. 
© Mar. 20, 1945; KK 31635. 

A good disposition inspires love that lasts. © 
May 9, 1945; KK 32555. 

The happier you are, the lovelier you are. 
© Apr. 3, 1945; KK 31639. 

A happy home makes a happy child. © Apr. 
15, 1945; KK 32550. 

The heat bothers you less when you maintain 
a pleasant mood. © June 5, 1945; KK 33136. 

Quit writing up after those sevens, you're 
making me thirsty. © Apr. 20, 1945; KK 32552. 

Quit writing up after those sevens, you're 
making me thirsty. © May 1, 1945; KK 32554. 

Seven-up. Shows a row of 7 -up bottles sur- 
rounded by glaciers. © July 2, 1945; KK 33239. 

Spring bouquet. © Apr. 26, 1945; KK 32553. 

Wait a minute, fellows-Jimmie has to pause 
for a message from his sponsor. ® May 28, 1945; 
KK 33133. 

Wait a minute, fellows-Jimmie has to pause 
for a message from his sponsor. © June 1, 1945; 
KK 33135. 

Sharon converting co. See Bonestell, H. S., 1r., 
d. b. a. Sharon converting co. 

Sheaffer, W. A., pen co.. Fort Madison, la. 

7764-7780 
For fountain pens & mechanical pencils. 

Better tools today for the better world to- 
morrow. © Apr. 27, 1945; KK 32424. 

Born of war to serve in peace. © Apr. 25, 
1945; KK 32423. 

Breaking away from old ideas. © Mar. 28, 
1945; KK 31451. 

First appearance! © Mar. 2, 1945; KK 31444. 

First showing of Sheaffer's firsts. .© Mar. 
25, 1945; KK 31448. 

For women, yes, but men want it too. © May 
23, 1945; KK 32429. 

Gone are the faults of pre-war desk sets. 
© May 18, 1945; KK 32430. 

It took a war to make this possible. © May 
18, 1945; KK 32428. 

The latest, the greatest, Sheaffer's. © June 
1, 1945; KK 329(6. 

The new generation, as good as they are good 
looking. © May 3, 1945; KK 32425. 



, Preview of perfection! © Mar. 17, 1945; 
KK 31446. 

See the whole point. © May 4, 1945; KK 
32426. 

Sheaffer creates the star of all pens! © Mar. 
18, 1945; KK 31447. 

Tuckaway twin creations of convenience. 
© May 12, 1945; KK 32427. 

You've never used a pen and pencil like this. 
© Mar- 25, 1945; KK 31450. 

The new Lifetime triumph and a new service 
contract. For fountain pens. © Mar. 4, 1945; KK 
31445. 

Stranger than fiction! For writing fluid and 
pencil leads. © Mar. 25, 1945; KK 31449. 

Shell oil CO., inc., New York. 7781-7784 

For motor fuel & lubricants: 

Gulliver in East Chicago. © Apr. 11, 1945; 
KK 82473. 

Not even a mouse. © May 9, 1945; KK 32475. 
A pf-ayer is answered. © Apr. 25, 1945; KK 
32474. 

Molecules live longer now. For petroleum. 
© May 21, 1945; KK 32897. 

Simonds, Worden, White co., Dayton, O. 7785, 77 86 
For grinding wheels: 

Grinding questions answered, no. 10 to no. 
17. © June 18, 1945; KK 32866. 

Grinding questions answered, no. 18 to no. 
23. © July 9, 1945; KK 33318. 

Singer mfg. co., Elizabethport, N. J. 7787-7797 

Buttons, NA-2610. For buttons. © June 22, 
1945; KK 33038. 

Come back here, this is where you live. For 
Singer sewing machines, notions. © Apr. 15, 1945; 
KK 31967. 

Dress accessories. NA-2604. For dickies, 
collar & cuff sets, bows & jabots, costume flowers. 
© Apr. 6, 1945; KK 31931. 

For Singer sewing machines: 

A summer project for your girls. © Apr. 25, 
1945; KK 31935. 

Your postwar sewing machine. Be sure it's 
a Singer! © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 31928. 

Sewing boxes. Sewing kits. NA-2603. For 
sewing boxes, sewing kits, leather bags. © Apr. 
6, 1945; KK 31932. 

Sewing notions. Feminine fancies. NA-2605. 
For notions, rufflings, laces & embroideries, trims. 
© Apr. 6, 1945; KK 31930. 

Singer pressing aids. NA-2602. For sleeve 
boards, press cloths, ironing board pad & cover, 
Singer pressing mitt, cleaning fluid. © Apr. 6, 
1945; KK 31933. 

Singer sewing cabinets. NA-2606. For Singer 
sewing cabinets. © Apr. 6, 1945; KK 31929. 

Singer sewing stools. NA-2601 For Singer 
sewing stools. © Apr. 6, 1945; KK 31934. 

Spring tales told out of school. For jabors, 
collars & cuffs, handbags, flowers, notions. © 
Mar. 29, 1945; KK 31927, 

Smith, Girard, Tenino, Wash. 7798 

Silver Bell service stations. For gasoline, 
lubricants and foods. © July 13, 1945; KK 33370. 

Smith & Wesson, inc., Springfield, Mass. 7799 

So you know your handgun history? For Smith 
& Wesson revolvers. © May 1, 1945; KK 32453. 



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Soft water equipment co., Los Angeles. 7800 

Gold in your faucets. For water softening ap- 
paratus. © Apr. 13, 1945; KK 32232. 

Sonotone corp., Elmsford, N. Y. 7801, 7802 

For hearing aid: 

It's going to make a big difference in your 
hearing. © June 15, 1945; KK 32901. 

You may know someone for whom this is the 
most important announcement in the world! © June 
1, 1945; KK 32502. 

SoundScriber corp., New Haven. 7803-7808 

For recording & transcribing machines: 

How I became a super secretary in one easy 
lesson. © Mar. 22, 1945; KK 33285. 

I'm airmailing the; boss's live voice. © Feb. 
22, 1945; KK 33284. 

Will your dictating equipment do all this? © 
Nov. 16, 1944; KK 33283. 
For recording machine: 

My boss's blood pressure is back to normal 
since we use SoundScriber. © July 19, 1945; KK 
33530. 

Send for this challenging new brochure. © 
June 14, 1945; KK 33529. 

This SoundScriber disc saves us $75 a month 
in typing time alone! © Apr. 19, 1945; KK 33528. 

South side lumber and supply co., O. 7809 

Wood windows for use with glass block. For 
wood windows. © Feb. 16, 1945; "KK 30645. 

Apadea, Jean, New York. 7810-7813 

Mangone, master tailor. For women's coats and 
suits. © Mar. 6, 1945; KK 31551. 

Nettie Rosenstein, sculptress. For dresses and 
hats. © Mar. 27, 1945; KK 31554. 

Stars of Traina-Norell. For dinner dresses and 
hats. © Mar. 13, 1945; KK 31552. 

Tulip time. For women's suits. © Mar. 20, 
1945; KK 31553. 

Spalding, A. G., & bros., inc., New York. 7814-7821 
For sporting goods: 

Allright men, let them die for dear old Rut- 
gers. © June 14, 1945; KK 33090. 

1840— four foot posts. © June 21, 1945; KK 
33360. 

Spalding sports show. Although basket ball 
is the only American-born major sport. © June 7, 
1945; KK 32656. 

Spalding sports show. And the umpire said, 
Stuh-rike two. © May 10, 1945; KK 32380. 

Spalding sports show. And they said I wuz 
crazy. © May 31, 1945; KK 32655. 

Spalding sports show. In ancient Rome. © 
May 17-, 1945; KK 32381. 

Spalaing sports show. Mel Ott sets a ifew. 
© May 3, 1945; KK 32033. 

Spalding sports show. No game for sissies! 
© May 24, 1945; KK 32382. 

Stance, inc.. New York. 7822-7831 

For insecticide: 

Quick, Henry, the flit. When singing mos- 
quitoes and stinging flies spoil your summer. © 
June 1, 1945; KK 32844. 

Quick, Henry, the flit. You can't blame baby ^ 
for bawling. © May 1, 1945; KK 32843. 
For mineral oil: 

It's good to have you back, Mr. Jenkins, you 
look as peppy as the day you retired. © Mar. 15, 
1944; KK 32373. 



Mineral oil users. © Apr. 15, 1945; KK 
32842. 

Thought you were going to resign from the 
motor corps. © Jan. 9, 1944; KK 32370. 

Why, Mary, I would have said you'd be the 
last girl to apply for army duty. © Jan. 14, 1944; 
KK 32373. 

For nose drops: 

Don't let a stopped-up nose spoil your fun. 
© Oct. 27, 1943; KK 32367. 

More and more head colds, demand for 
mistol drops grows. © Jan. 10, 1944; KK 32371. 

Nobody likes to be a stuffy Sam. © Nov. 3, 
1943; KK 32368. 

Stuffed-up nose stealing your sleep? © Nov. 
11, 1943; KK 32369. 

Stanco distributors, inc.. New York. 7832 

High temperature compression set your problem ? 
For synthetic rubber. © May 21, 1945; KK 32441. 

Standard oil co., Chicago. 7833-7847 

For gasoline & motor oil: 

And I foresee that your car will keep on roll- 
ing, you are wise, you visit the Standard oil dealer 
regularly. © June 1, 1945; KK 32650. 

George, don't let's forget to have the Stand- 
ard oil man inspect the fan belt. We'd be as bad 
off as Trixie without our fan, © May 25, 1945; KK 
32517. 

George, that smelly, old exhaust pipe on the 
car needs changing! The Stanaard oil man says it's 
worn out! © May 4, 1945; KK 31938. 

George, the car'll be quieter, too, after a 
tune-up by our Standard oil man! © Apr. 27, 1945; 
KK 31936. 

George, you might give a thought to re-cap- 
pmg our tires, too. © May 18, 1945; KK 32648. 

Helping Standard oil dealers keep customers 
happy. © June 9, 1945; KK 32981. 

If you're so observant, George, why have you 
waited three weeks to see the Standard oilman about 
fixing the windshield wiper? © May 28, 1945; KK 
32518. 

It's Exciting and wonderful, George, but I'm 
sure they'll never be able to get along without the 
Standard oil man. © May 22, 1945; KK 32516. 

Maybe he couldn't do that, George, but our 
Standard oil man's a wizard at keeping the car 
rolling. © June 22, 1945; KK 32983. -• 

New plugs would do wonders for the car, too, 
George. Ue musfliiave the Standard oil man put them 
in. © June 5, 1945; KK 32651. 

Oh, George, I wish the Standard oil man was 
here, he's so good at locating strange noises. © 
May 31, 1945; KK 32649. 

60 to 1, fiddlesticks. You'd do better^ to go to 
the Standard oil man and put your money on a 60- 
day oil change. © June 15, 1945; KK 32982. 

We could stretch our gas mileage, too, George, 
if you'a have the Standard oil man clean the car's 
air cleaner. © May 16, 1945; KK 32515. 

You can laugh, George, but I'll bet it's good 
for another 50,000 miles. He takes it to his Stand- 
ard oil dealer. © June 8, 1945; KK 32980. 

You listen to the birdies inside the car, 
George. It's time to have our Standard oil man 
give it a good lubrication! © May 1, 1945; KK 
31937. 

Stanaard oil of California, SanvFrancisco. 7848 

RPM tractor roller lubricant. For tractor roll- 
er lubricant. © Apr. 30, 1945; KK 32640. 



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Stark, N. H., & co., Grafton, Wis. 7849 

Are you harboring this mighty menace to life and 
property? For rat and mouse poison. © Apr. 28, 
1945; KK 32520. 

Starlight music co. , Pasadena, Calif. 7850 

Starlight music company. For music. © Feb. 
8, 1945; KK 32463. 

Sta-vis oil co., St. Paul. 7851 

Dedicated to America's contractors. For lubri- 
cating oils and greases. © Apr. 3, 1945; KK 31940. 

Steckler, Nat P., d. b. a. E-Z products. New York. 

7852 
Aquapruf ear drum protectors. For ear drum 
protectors. © May 28, 1945; KK 33286. 

Stemmons, C. H., mfg. co., Kansas City, Mo. 7853 
Cuboid foot levelers. For arch supports. © 
Feb. 5, 1945; KK 31740. 

Stevens, R. .C, d. b. a. Stevens advertising agency, 
Indianapolis. 7854-7858 

For insulation & building materials: 

Lanky Planky attacks the high cost of heating. 
© May 20, 1945; KK 33365. 

Lanky Planky, authority in the building field. 
© May 13, 1945; KK 33322. 

Lanky Planky is an old farmhand himself. © 
May 27, 1945; KK 33323, 

Lanky Planky sez: Here's a bargain in heat 
control. © June 10, 1945; KK 33325. 

Lanky Planky, the great fixer- upper. © June 
3, 1945; KK 33324. 

Stevens advertising agency. See Stevens, R. C, 
d. b. a. Stevens advertising agency. 

Stewart, Fred P., Miami Beach, Fla. 7859 

Comments of approval. Stewart's E-Z cleaning 
products. For soapless crystals. Bulk cleaning 
way. © Mar. 20, 1945; KK 31834. 

Stoneman. associates, inc., Chicago. 7860 

The magic of endo-gray. For preparation used 
to recolor the hair. © Feb. 16, 1945; KK 33315. 

Studebaker corp.. South Bend, Ind. 7861-7865 

For airplane engines, military trucks & weasels: 

Here's that Studebaker truck book you've 
been waiting for. © June 18, 1945; KK 32900. 

No chance to unload for an hour. © June 12, 
1945; KK 32752. 

Sorry I'm late for supper again but my truck 
was tied up in traffic all day. © July 10, 1945; KK 
33289. 

Studebaker weasel proves a champion in hard 
going. © July 5, 1945; KK 33237. 

To the few to whom so many owe so much. © 
June 1, 1945; KK 32542. 

Super'ba cravats, inc., Rochester, N. Y. 7866 

Personalized color Superba cravats. For cravats. 
© Apr. 1, 1945; KK 33147. 

Tasty baking co., Philadelphia. 7867, 7868 

For cake: 

Tastykake, happy reunion, no. 102. © Apr. 
12, 1945; KK 32671. 

Tastykake, worth crooning over. no. 103, © 
May 22, 1945; KK 32670. 



Taylor, Clyde D., d. b. a. Taylor pipe shop, Piqua, 
O. 7869 

The secret of a sweet pipe smoke. For pipe 

conditioner. © Apr. 16, 1945; KK 31868. 

Taylor, W. A., & co., Baltimore. 7870 

Water works engineers depend on Taylor liqui- 
trol. For medical equipment. © May 18, 1945; KK 
32312. 

Taylor pipe shop. See Taylor, Clyde D., d. b. a. 
Taylor pipe shop. 

Thompson, Wm. T., co. See Thompson, William 
T., d. b. a. Wm. T. Thompson cp. 

Thompson, William T.,d. b. a. Wm. T. Thompson 
CO., Los Angeles. 7871 

Thompson's dee-cee-pee weedicide. For her- 
bicide. © Feb. 17, 1945; KK 32021. 

Ticonium, Albany. 7872 

To be preferred? For dental alloy. © May 17, 
1945; KK 32228. 

Timken roller bearing co., Canton, O. 

7873-7876 
For roller bearings: 

The most widely used anti-friction bearing 
in all industry. © Apr. 16, 1945; KK 31644. 

The name that means performance, © June 
11, 1945; KK 32777, 

Railroad menknow the value of Timken bear- 
ings, © May 5, 1945; KK 32270. 

Trample not and get the whole harvest. © 
May 1, 1945; KK 32447. 

Tivoli brewing CO., Detroit. 7877-7880 

For beer: 

Aged-in, sealed-in flavor to spare. © Mar. 
15, 1945; KK 32910. 

Everybody stretch for the seventh, buy more 
bonds. © June 1, 1945; KK 32912. 

I go for aged-in, sealed-in flavor. © May 1, 
1945; KK 32911. 

Um, it's aged in, sealed-in flavor. © Feb. 
1, 1945; KK 32909. 

Toastmaster products div., McGraw electric co. 
See McGraw electric cp. Toastmaster prod- 
ucts div. 

Tower cap corp. , "Newport, Vt. 7881 

The raroad style men's cap. For men's cap. 
© Feb. 17, 1945; KK 32365. 

Town and country shoes", Sedalia, Mo. 7882 

Town and country casuals. For shoes. © May 
29, 1945; KK 32632. 

Trimz co., inc., Chicago. 7883 

Merle Oberon says, it's as easy as hanging 
curtains. For wallpaper. © Mar. 15, 1945; KK 
32508. 

Triumph industries, inc., Elkton, Md. 7884 

It's as simple as that. Ernest Michau. For 
battery. © July 1, 1945; KK 32889. 

Trommer, John F., inc., Brooklyn. 7885 

Don't argue, listen to the answer mani For 
beer. © May 28, 1945; KK 3^2496. . 



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Underwood Corp., New York. 7886-7889 

For office machines: 

Cycle billing. © Apr. 3, 1945; KK 32831. 
Cycle billing. © May 16, 1945; KK 33252. 
For typewriter: 

The keys you love to touch. © May 10, 1945; 
KK 33017. 

You're working on velvet when you type on an 
Underwood. © May 9, 1945; KK 32832. 

Unicorn press. See Morse, Joseph L., Gache, Mac, 
Morse, Gertrude L. & Cache, Rose, d. b. a. 
Unicorn pre^. 

Union pharmaceutical co., inc., Bloomfield, N. J. 

7890 
Feel new. For laxative. © May 5, 1945; KK 
32235. 

United feature syndicate, inc., New York. 

7891, 7892 
For wheat breakfast food: 

Li'l Abner, halp! © Apr. 4, 1945; KK 32318. 
Li'l Abner, no.! - not thet! © July 15, 1945; 
KK 33372. 



Pt. IV. n. s.. V. 40 



United print shop. See 
United print shop. 



Friedman, William, d. b. a. 



• United States brewers foundation, inc., New York. 

7 893-7908 
For beer: 

From where I sit, by Joe Marsh. America 
and her underground, 109. © Apr. 5, 1945; KK 
33062. 

From where I sit, by Joe Marsh. America 
has its portrait painted, 107. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 
33060. 

From where I sit, by Joe Marsh. Bert loses 
the war single-handed. © Mar. 25, 1945; KK 33059. 

From where I sit, by Joe Marsh. Black mar- 
ket versus brighter meals, 115. © May 3, 1945; 
KK 33066. 

From where I sit; by Joe Marsh. The Cuppers 
have a dream come true, 113. © Apr. 19, 1945; 
KK 33064. 

From where I sit, by Joe Marsh. Dan Culpin 
gets his second wind, 118. © May 24, 1945; KK 
33069. 

From where I sit, by Joe Marsh. Definition 
of a great man, 108. © Mar. 8, 1945; KK 33061. 

From where I sit, by Joe Marsh. Dick New- 
comb goes fishing by proxy, 114. © Apr. 26, 1945; 
KK 33065. 

From where I sit, by Joe Marsh. Dr. Walters 
solves the locust problem. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 
32472. 

From where I sit, by Joe Marsh. The Hoskins 
are a one-family USO, 116. © May 10, 1945; KK 
33067. 

From where I sit, by Joe Marsh. How Sober 
Hoskins got his name. No. 111. © Mar. 15, 1945; 
KK 32896. 

From where I sit, by Joe Marsh. How to greet 
a wounded soldier, 112. © Mar. 23, 1945; KK 
33063. 

From where I sit, by Joe Marsh. Lee Mapes 
sticks his neck out, 119. © May 30, 1945; KK 
33070. 

From where I sit, by Joe Marsh. Lud Denny 
lends a helping hand, 117. © May 17, 1945; KK 
33068. 



From where I sit, by Joe Marsh. Lud Denny 
solves the locust problem. © Mar. 25, 1945; KK 
32471. 

From where I sit, by Joe Marsh. Trophies 
of a happy marriage, 105. © Feb. 23, 1945- KK 
33058. 

United wallpaper, inc., Chicago. 7909 

It's no trick at all. For Dex borders. © May 
1, 1945; KK 32233. 

Unitog mfg. co., Kansas City, Mo. 7910 

Mail order list no. 414. For price list and 
order blank. © Apr. 30, 1945; KK 32643. 

Univis lens co., Dayton, O. 7911-7913 

The exclusive thin grey line that stands alone. 

For opthalmic lens. © June 1, 1945; KK 33053. 
How to see more of the beauty of spring. For 

eyeglasses. © June 1, 1945; KK 32308. 

How to see more of the beauty of spring. For 

lenses. © June 9, 1945; KK 32720. 

Upjohn CO., Kalamazoo, Mich. 7914 

Have you ever seen a child with a crippled 

heart? For pharmaceutical product. © May 8, 
1945; KK 32319. 

V. & B. import & export co. See Vener, Max A. 
& Vener, Robert A., d. b. a. V. & B. import & 
export CO. 

V-way shingle co., Los Angeles. 7915, 7916 

For roofing material: 

Protection for your roof. © July 5, 1945; 
KK 33314.- 

Roof the modern C-B way. © July 2, 1945; 
KK 33194. 

Vener, Max A. & Vener, Robert A., d. b. a. V. & 
B. import & export co., Los Angeles, 7917 

Peewee kit. For portable baby commode. © 

Jan. 17, 1945; KK 30936. 

Vermont marble co.. Proctor, Vt. 7918-7920 

From out of the ages past, Vermont marble 

comes. For marble. © Apr. 20, 1945; KK 32631. 
Go see Uncle Bill. For Vermont marble. © 

May 15, 1945; KK 32905. 

I like sunset. For marble. © Mar. 15, 1945; 

KK 32904. 



Verney fabrics Corp., New York. 
Modern fabric compositions. 
May 1, 1945; KK 32178. 



7921 
For fabrics. © 



Vickers, inc., Detroit. 7922 

»Vickers hydraulic balanced two-well pumping, 
bulletin 45-33. For oil well pumping unit. © June 
9, 1945; KK 32867. . 

Victaulic co. of America, New York. ' 7923-7928 
For couplings & fittings: 

Alignment headaches? © June 1, 1945; KK 
33101. 

A busy year, a busy future. © Nov. 30, 1944; 
KK 32916. 

Maximum control efficiency with Victaulic. 
© May 1, 1945; KK 33030. 

Take a look at this, brother. © Feb. 1, 1945; 
KK 33027. 

Victaulic couplings can take it. © Apr. 1, 
1945; KK 33029." 

World's longest pipeline. © Mar. 1, 1945; 
KK 33028. 



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7976 



■Walker, Hiram, & sons, inc., Peoria, III. 7929 

One always stands out. For whiskey. ©May 
25, 1945; KK 32672. 

Walworth co. , New York. 7930 

Walworth flow line valves. For valves. © June 
7, 1945; KK 33175. 

Wa-.ner- Patterson co., Chicago. 7931 

Millions of cars are hell bent for trouble. For 
automobile accessories and cleaners. © Apr. 30, 
1945; KK 32903. 

Weco products co., Chicago. 7932-7934 

For toothbrush: 

Cleans better, lasts longer because it's water- 
proofed. © Mar. 30, 1945; KK 32544. 

Exton brand bristling is different! © May 
30, 1945; KK 33124. 

See how it's shapea to fit! © Apr. 27, 1945; 
KK 32545. 

Weil, Hanford S., associates. New York. 7935,7936 
School aaze. For junior clothing. © May 17, 

1945; KK 321V6. 

Skylarkingback to school. For children's clothes. 

© May 17, 1945; KK 32177. 

Weinberg & Handelsman, New York. 7937 

Weinberg & Handelsman introduce! For fur 
trimmings. © May 2. 1945; KK 32431. 

Welch tool engineering co., Los Angeles. 7938 

Welch drill jig bushings, A.S.A. standard com- 
parison chart. For drill jig bushings. © May 23, 
1945; KK 33139. 

^^embley, inc., New Orleans.- 7939-7942 

For neckties: 
— Colors of America's great outdoors. Wem- 

bley Nor-east non-crush ties for Father's day, 
1945. © Apr. 25, 1945; KK 31906. 

Colors of America's great outdoors. Wem- 
bley Nor-east non-crush ties for Father's day, 
1945. © June 1, 1945; KK 32603. 

Quality far beyond the price. Featuring 
Cherokee red. © May 11, 1945; KK 32466. 

Wembley, looking forward to a memorable all 
1945. For neckwear. © Apr. 15, 1945; KK 32636. 

Western chemical co. , Kansas City, Mo. 7 943 

Coravol in your steam system frees you from 
pipe repairs. For water treatment chemical. © 
Jan. 22, 1945, KK 32445. 

Westinghouse electric corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

7944-7950 
For lamps: 

Jinx and Jill, knock-out layouts. © June 10, 
1945; KK 32871. 

Unblurred tomorrows for these bright eyes. 
© May 18, 1945; KK 32337. 

What can you count on in a lamp? © July 16, 
1945; KK 33534. 

For Mazda lamps: 

Beckoning the buyer, with better see-ability. 
© June 15, 1945; KK 32840. 

Ihe lamps are Westinghouse. © June 10, 
194"^, KK 32870. 

ihis is see-ability. For lamps, fluorescent & 
incandescent. © Apr. 27, 194^; KK 31999. 

This Westinghouse thyratron. For electronic 
tubes. © June 1, 1945; KK 32580. 



Weston electrical instrument corp., Newark, N. J. 

7951 
The Weston dial, v. 6, no. 5, June, 1945. For 
exposure meters. © June 19, 1945; KK 32861. 

Wheeling corrugating co., Wheeling. 7952 

An old friend of yours. For heavy zinc coated 
farm fences, extra heavy zinc coated roofing. © 
Apr. 20, 1945; KK 32221. 

Whitlock supply co., New York. 7953-7955 

For locksmithing supplies: 

Goldilock's six appeal. © June 1, 1945; KK 
32503. 

Goldilock's six appeal. © July 1, 1945; KK 
33091. 

Keyaet news. Bk. 2, v. 5. © June 1, 1945; 
KK 32521. 

Whitman, Stephen F., & son, inc., Philadelphia. 

7956-7967 
For confectioner]^: 

East and west, they like it best. © Apr. 26, 
1945; KK 32665. 

Fine feathers. © Feb. 23, 1945; KK 32659. 

Frame it. © Apr. 27, 1945; KK 32666. 

Fresh as a daisy. © May 25, 1945; KK 32669. 

Remember the day, Easter, Apr. 1. © Mar. 
28, 1945; KK 32663. 

Spring offensives now under way. © Mar. 7, 
1945; KK 32661. 

Sunday, May 13, Mother's day in America. 
© May 2, 1945; KK 32667. 

Things, like Whitman's mean home to us. © 
Mar. 22, 1945; KK 32662. 

Treat yourself right. © Mar. 28, 1945; KK 
32664. 

Valentine's day, Feb. 14th. © Feb. 7, 1945; 
KK 32658. 

When should a man give Whitman's? © May 
24, 1945; KK 32668. 

You get a gnawing desire for chocolate. © 
Mar. 1, 1945; KK 32660. 

Wickwire Spencer steel co., New York. 7968-7970 
Pass the ingot. For wire & wire products. © 

May 3, 1945; KK 31959. 

Shooting gallery. For wire. © June 28, 1945; 

KK 33246, 

Spaghetti spinner. For wire products. © May 

31, 1945; KK 33588. 

Wimbledon shirt co., Chicago. 7971 

It's' a Wimbledon, America's finest sport shirt, 
the zephyr. For men's appareL © May 14, 1945; 
KK 32200. 

Wise, William H., & co., inc., New York. 7972-7974 
For book: 

100 best true stories of world war II. © Mar. 
14, 1945; KK 31952. 

Wonders of nature. © Feb. 18, 1945; KK 
31991. 

Wonders of nature. © Mar. 22, 1945; KK 
31982. 

Wood-, Gar, industries, inc., Detroit. 7975 

These exclusive Gar Wood features. For postwar 
boats. © June 10, 1945; KK 33369. 

Woodard, Everett H., Long Beach, Calif. 7976 

I met a man who never gripes. He said, I smoketh" 
seven pipes. For smoking pipes. © Apr. 30, 1945; 
KK 31941. 



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Worth pharmacal co. See Parrish, Robert E., 
d. b. a. Worth pharmacal co. 

Wyomissing glazed paper co., West Reading, Pa. 

7977, 7978 
For glazed papers: 

The foundation of fine packages. © May 19, 
1945;. KK 32806. 

The foundation of fine packages. © June 1, 
1945; KK 33097. 

Zecol, inc., Milwaukee. 7979 

Clean 'em up> shine 'em up. For vehicle polish. 



© June 22, 1945; KK 33241. 



7980-7983 



Zenith radio corp. , Chicago. 
For hearing aid: 

Choose from all three types. © June 7, 1945; 
KK 33073. 

Dear Bob: You wouldn't know mother now 
that she can hear well again. © July 7, 1945; KK 
33525. 

It's new! Hearing aid apparel harmony by 
Zenith. © Apr. 5, 1945; KK 32751. 

The new foot- control auto radio. For auto radio. 
© June 2, 1945; KK 33072. 



Number of entries of Commercial prints included in the Catalog sinqe Jan. 1, 1945- 



3,680 



174 



LABELS 



Agency paper co., New York. 7984 

Take-off carbon paper. For carbon paper. © 
Jan. 29, 1945; KK 33273. 

Allen, Paul E., Skokie, 111. 7985-7995 

For baby harness: 

Dr. Allen's baby's pal play safe baby harness. 
© Apr. 1, 1945; KK 32343. 

Dr. Allen's baby's pal sleep safe baby har- 
ness. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 32344. 
For necklaces: 

Dr. Allen's baby's pal playbead necklace. © 
Dec. 15, 1944; KK 32011. 

Dr. Allen's baby's pal wooden playbead neck- 
lace. © Dec. 15, 1944; KK 32010. 
For rattles: 

Dr. Allen's baby's pal hand painted ring-a- 
rattle. © May 1, 1945; KK 32347. 

Dr. Allen's baby's pal layette roll-a- rattle. 
© Apr. 1, 1945; KK 32342. 

Dr. Allen's baby's pal ring- a- rattle. © May 
1, 1945; KK 32346. 
For toy: 

Dr. Allen's baby's pal button bunny. © Apr. 
1, 1945; KK 32345. 

Dr. Allen's baby's pal button bunny. © May 
10, 1945; KK 32349. 

Dr. Allen's baby's pal Humpty Dumpty. © 
Apr. 1, 1945; KK 33223. 

Dr. Allen's baby's pal Humpty Dumpty. © 
May 10, 1945; KK 32348. 

Allen, Rachel Garner, Westtown, Pa. 7996 

An original Rachel Hannah doll. For folk dolls. 
© Apr. 17, 1945; KK 31833. 

American grease stick co. , Muskegon^ Mich. 7997 
Door-ease dripless oil. For oil. © June 12, 
1945; KK 32854. 

Appel, Richard, inc.. New York. 7998 

The K. P. stationery. For stationery. © May 
15, 1945; KK 32989. . 

Barber pure milk co. , Birmingham, Ala. 7999-8005 
For ice cream: 

Barber's chocolate. © May 2, 1945; KK 33224. 

Barber's orange. © May 3, 1945; KK 33229. 

Barber's pineapple. © May 3, 1945; KK 
33228. 

Barber's raspberry. © May 2, 1945; KK 
33227. 

Barber's special. © May 5, 1945; KK 33230. 

Barber's strawberry. © May 2, 1945; KK 
33226. 

Barber's vanilla. © May 2, 1945; KK 33225. 

Basic vegetable products co., Vacaville, Calif. 

8006, 8007 
F.or dehydrated onions: 

Magic onions. © Mar. 12, 1945; KK 32470. 
Magic onions. © May 2, 1945; KK 32469. 

Beach soap co., Lawrence, Mass. 8008 

Prime sohp. For soap. © Apr. 1, 1943; KK 
32310. 



Beakey, Gerald C, d. b. a. Nocturne products co., 
Chicago. 8009 

Nocturne nail enamel. For lacquer enamel for 

the finger nails. © Apr. 20, 1945; KK 31694. 

Benedit, Roman, Havana. 8010 

R. Benedit. For cigars. © May 20, 1945; KK 
33192. 

Bias, Cyrus Dana, Memphis. 8011 

Anti-strut compound. For dry chemical fungi- 
cide. © Apr. 16, 1945; KK 32468. 

Bird & son, inc., East Walpole, Mass. 8012, 8013 
For shoe box label: 

Casual treds. © June 18, 1945; KK 33319. 
Igloo. © June 22, 1945; KK 33320. 

Blane, Terry, Products co., inc.. New York. 8014 
■ Crestone liquid creme shampoo. For liquid 
creme shampoo. © July 2, 1945; KK 33168. 

Blue ball chemical co. See, Davidson, Leslie J., 
d. b. a. Blue ball chemical co. 

Boatenreiter, Charles Baker, Atlanta. 8015 

Dish and glass drainers, racks, boxes and 
sterilizers. For housew^es. © Apr. 28, 1945; 
KK 32509. 

Bonner, James J., d. b. a. Pine-ox-gen mfg. co., 

Maiden, Mass. 8016 

Pine tree disinfectant. For disinfectant. © 

Mar. 3, 1945; KK 32645. 

Bonus products co., inc., St. Louis. 8017 

Bonus. For chocolate flavored syrup for food 
purposes. © Apr. 26, 1945; KK 32415. 

Breck, John H., inc., Springfield, Mass. 8018, 8019 
For dressing for the hair: 

Trucene for men. © Feb. 6, 1945; KK 32129. 

Trucene for wontien. © Feb. 6, 1945; KK 
32130. 



Bridgford CO., San Diego, Calif. 8020 

Bridgford's sliced strawberries. For straw- 
berries. © Apr. 28, 1945; KK 31956. 

Briggs mfg. co. , Detroit. 8021 

Briggs paint products. For automobile ready- 
mixed lacquers, enamels, thinners, rubbing com- 
pounds and ready- mixed interior and exterior 
maintenance paints. © June 6, 1945; KK 32880. 

Burgess battery co., Chicago. 8022 

Burgess flying wing. For model airplane glider. 
© Apr. 19, 1945; KK 32290. 

Butler, Robert R. & Claypool, William S., d. b. a. 
Clayler mfg. co., Los Angeles. 8023 

Zoom-a-rang. For toys. © Dec. 1, 194.4; KK 

31993. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 40 



Butte & CO., San Francisco, 8024 

Butte's special California burgundy. For wines. 
.© Mar. 1, 1945; KK 32891. 

Calavo, inc., Los Angeles. 8025 

Cal-trop figs. Golaen honey pack. For figs. © 
Mar.- 26, 1945; KK 31721. 

Carpenter steel co., Reading, Pa. 8026 

Carpenter glass sealing 42b high nickel alloy. 
For high nickel alloy steel. © Dec. 26, 1944; KK 
33523. 

Challenge cream & butter assn.,Los Angeles. 8027 
Challenge nonfat dry milk solid. For nonfat dry 
milk solid. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 32230. 

Cheerfuletters stationery co., Minneapolis. 8028 
Cheerfuletters stationery. For stationery. © 
Apr. 14, 1945; KK 32006. 

Claff, M. B, & sons, inc., Randolph, Mass. 8029 
Wendi-mode. For footwear. © Jan. 8, 1945; KK 
31723. 

Clayler mfg. co. See Butler, Robert R. & Clay poo I, 
William S. , d. b. a. Clayler mfg. co. • 

Clayton, A. C, printing co., St. Louis. 8030, 8031 

For shoes; 

Boldrick's fine shoes. © May 10, 1945; KK 
32311. 

The clinic shoe for. young women in white. © 
Feb. 23, 1945; KK 32079. 

Cohen, I. H., Ne?w York.." 8032 

Play mates. For underwear. © Feb. 28, 1944; 
KK 31307. 

Connell, Daniel A., d. b. a. Daniel A. Connell co., 
Chicago. 8033 

The peak of perfection. There ain't goin' to be 

any leavin's. For coffee. © Oct. 20, 1944; KK 

32224. 

Connell, Daniel A., co. See Connell, Daniel A., 
d. b. a. Daniel A. Connell co. 

Container corp. of America, Chicago. 8034 

Donuts. For doughnuts. © May 15, 1945; KK 
32802. 

Cox, Charles Edward, Pasadena, Calif. 8035 

Speed-gro 'A'. For plant foods. © June 29, 1945; 
KK 33181. 

Cressler, Edward Payson, d. b. a. Cressler prod- 
ucts CO., Newton, Kan. 803b, 803V 
Dr. Cressler's rinsedent, the tablet dentifrice. 

For teeth and breath dentifrice. © Mar. 22, 1945; 

KK 31441. . 

Dr. Cressler's rinseaent, the tablet dentifrice 

for the teeth and breath. For a dentifrice for mouth 

hygiene. © May 22, 1945; KK 32628. 

Cressler products co. See Cressler, Edward 
Payson, d. b. a. Cressler products co. 

Crown chemical co. , Cleveland. 8038 

Genie super- concentrated all-purpose cleaner. 

For all purpose cleaner. © July 2, 1945; KK 33366. 

Culhane, R. C, Pittsburgh. 8039 

Whirrleeo. For tooth brush. © Apr. 8, 1945; 
KK 31454. 



Dairy state foods, inc., Milwaukee. 8040 

Animal crackers. Arrowroot. For animal 
crackers. © June 19, 1945; KK 32952, 

Daniels, Franc P., d. b. a. Daniels nursery. Long 
Lake, Minn. " 8041 

Daniels hardy perennials. For perennial flower 

plants. © Feb. 20, 1945; KK 31547. 

Daniels nursery. See Daniels, Franc P., d b. a 
Daniels nursery. 

Davidson, Leslie J., d. b. a. Blue ball chemical co. , 
Orlando, Fla. 8042 

Blue ball roach killer. For insecticide. © 

May 21, 1945; KK 32689. 

Davison chemical corp., Baltimore. 8043 

Davison silica gel. For silica gel. © June 15, 
1945; KK 32808. 

Day, William Bert, Colorado Springs. 8044 

Izno glare-shield style X-IA. For glare shield 
© June 11, 1945; KK 32724. 

Design craft. See Mixon, William E., Franz, Nicho- 
las, Hanke, Louis & Van Ander, Dorotliy, d. b. a. 
Design craft. 

Diamond T. preserving co., Los Angeles. 8045 

California morning. For apple jelly. © June 
12,- 1945; KK 32853. 

Dillinger distilleries, inc., Philadelphia, 8046 

Hiram Green. For corn whiskey. © July 10, 
1945; KK 33358. 

Dir-kleen co. , Chicago. 8047 

Safe, easy to use Dir-kleen. For soapless 
cleaning compound. © Apr. 27, 1945; KK 32132. 

Dr. Salsbury's laboratories, Charles City, la. 

8048 8050 

Dr. Salsbury's ren-o-sal. For poultry medicine 
tablets. © June 15, 1944; KK 31828. 

Eer-oil. For ear oil for dogs, cats, and rabbits. 
© Dec. 20, 1944; KK 33176. 

Par san- For disinfectant insecticide. © 
Aug. 1, 1941; KK 31827. 

Dover brewing co., Hartford. 8051, 8052 

Dover ale. For ale. © May 29, 1945; KK 

33006. 

Dover beer. For beer. © May 29, 1945; KK 

33007. 

Dutton, Archie Ryan, Atlanta. - 8053 

Lustre auto bath. For automobile body cleaner. 
© Apr. 21, 1945; KK 32434. 

Eastern research laboratories, inc., Baltimore. 

8054 
Tritabs amphetacomp. For medical product. 
© June 9, 1945; KK 33344. 

Edelstein, Jack, New York. 8055 

Cheer your loved ones. Display this every 
where. Welcome home. For hanging paper signs. 
© Apr. 4, 1945; KK 31666. 

Ellis, Harry S., Los Angeles. 8056 

Four star of hoUywood stanlac. For paint. O 
Oct. 1, 1940. KK 33141. 



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LABELS 



no^JUMl 

Eno, J. C, inc., Bloomfield, N. J. " 805'< 

Eno salt. For laxative. © Dec. 6, 1944; KK 
31830. 

Eradico prodacts co. See Sempliner, Nellie, d. b. 
a. Eradico products co. 

F'am CO., Minnapolis. 8058 

F-A-M. For medical preparation. © Mar. 9, 
1945; KK 32644. 

Fetty, Clarence L., Centralia, III. 8059 

Kem-i-kal. For drain cleaning solvent. © Apr. 
18, 1945; KK 32593. 

Forsythe, Herbert, d. b. a. Forsythe products, 
Grand Rapids. 8060 

50 letters. For cut-out letters. © June 29, 1945; 

KK 33153. 

Forsythe products. See Forsythe Herbert, d. b. a. 
Forsythe products. 

Freihofer, Wm., baking co., Philadelphia. 8061 

Freihofer's perfect bread. For bread. © Apr. 
24, 1945; KK 31903. 

Gardel, Eugenia, New York. 8062 

A touch of Paris, Eugenia doll. For dolls. © 
Feb. 6, 1945; KK 31707. 

Glover, H. Clay, co., inc., New York. 8063 

Glover's imperial hairdress. For hairdressing. 
© Lee. 1, 1944; KK 32291. 

Gold bond co. See Lucas, L. M.,d. b. a. Gold bond 

CO. 

Gold seal co. See Schafer, Harold^ d. b. a. Gola 
seal CO. 

Grant, Gretchen, Rutherford, N. J. 8064 

Gretchen Grant's pre-paired top & bottom pie 
crust ready to bake. For frozen pie dou^. © Mar. 
1, 1945; KK 32119. 

Gray, Janet H., BeJlefontaine, O. 8065 

Sematon arthritis treatment. For medicine. © 
Feb. 7, 1945; KK 32594. 

Gray & Gray, Venice, Calif. 8066 

Nellie Gray. For mayonnaise. © May 5, 1945; 
KK 34214. 

Greycrest shoes, inc., Boston. 8067 

Forecasters. F192AB. For shoe boxes. © 
Feb. 8, 1945, KK 32727. 

Halil, Mustafa, New York. 8068 

Star dust. For shampoo. © Dec. 1, 1944; KK 
327/2. 

Heacox, Charlie Cyrus, Dulzura, Calif. 8069 

Heacox B. A. M. For remedy. © June 10, 1945; 
KK 33009. 

Heirloom needlework guild, inc., New York. 8070 

Hiawatha sew-your-own felt underarm bag. 

For felt underarm bag. © June 12, 1945; KK 33232. 

Held, William, Chicago. 8071 

Pro vita. For vitamins. © Mar. 8, 1945; KK 
31612. 



8090 

Hill, C. Morrison, d. b. a. Morry Hill industries, 
Rockford, III. 8072 

Educational truck construction kit. For take- 
apart truck and wagon toy. © Mar. 16, 1945; KK 
31812. 

Hoague-Sprague corp., Lynn, Mass. 8073-8075 

For shoe boxes: 

Butterfly footwear. B185AB. © May 1, 1945; 
KK 32729. 

Cal'ees. C170AB. © May 24, 1945; KK 32730. 

Cal-walkers. C167AB. © Mar. 28, 1945; 
KK 32728. 

Hobby stationers, Kansas City. 8076-8078 

For stationery: ^ 

Little men. © Mar. 13, 1945; KK 32693. 

Little women. © Mar. 10, 1945; KK 32692. 

Small talk, children's notepaper by Hobby. 
© Mar. 12, 1945; KK 32320. 

Hollywood color co., Hollywood, Calif. 8079 

Convatex. For paint for canvas. © May 1, 
1945; KK 32366. 

Holsum products. See Jewett & Sherman co., d. b. 
a. Holsum products. 

House of England, New York. 8080 

The 3 easy marks. For book marks. © Apr.- 
24, 1945; KK 32914. 

House of Rothchild, inc.. New York. 8081 

The house of Rothchild. For blended whiskey. 
© June 29, 1945; KK 33140. 

Ideal Mattress corp., Boston. 8082 

Baby Bunting crib mattress. For mattress. © 
June 15, 1945; KK 32830. 

Illinois state treatments, Springfield, 111. 80^3 

Sto-nax. For medicine. © June 14, 1945; KK 
32829. 

Indian dairies., Carlstadt, N. J. 8084 

Whistle for your dog. For dog food. © May 

21, 1945; KK 32773. 

Inland rubber corp., Chicago. 8085-8087 

Inland emergency tire repair cement, no. 552. 

For emergency tire repair cement. © May 3, 

1945; KK 319V0. 

Inland red vulcanizing tube repair cement, no. 

551. For tube repair cement. © May 3, 1945; 

KK 31969. 

Inland vulcanizing tire repair cement, no. 550. 

For tire repair cement. © May 3, 1945; KK 31968. 

International chemicals. See Thompson, William 
Basil, d. b. a. International ch^emicals. 

Ivanhoe foods, inc., Auburn, N. Y. ^ 8088 

Ivanhoe teaspoon onions. For dehydrated onion 
powder, © May 29, 1945; KK 32850. 

Jacoby, Philip, New York. " 8089 

Three-tu-a-pair hosiery. For hosiery. © Apr. 

22, 1945; KK 32646. 

Jewett & Sherman co., a. b. a. Holsurn products, 
Milwaukee. " 8090 

Peanut ere me. For peanut butter. © May 23, 

1945; KK 32519. 



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8091 



Kasser distillers products corp., Philadelphia. 

8091-8096 

House of Kasser. For blended whiskey. © May 
27, 1945; KK 32957. 

House of Kasser. For creme de cacao, © May 
21, 1945; KK 32769. 

House of Kasser. For creme de menthe. ® May 
21, 1945; KK 32771. 

House of Kasser. For imported golden sherry. 
© May 27, 1945; KK 32725., 

House of Kasser. For kiimmel. © May 27, 1945; 
KK 32726. 

House of Kasser. For liqueur. ® May 21, 1945; 
KK 32770. 

Kay, Samuel, d. b. a. Kayo drug co., New York. 

8097 
Everybody says it's okay to say kayo. For med- 
ical product. © Apr. 25, 1945; KK 32003. 

Kayo drug co. See Kay, Samuel, d. b. a. Kayo drug 

CO. 

Kellogg, John L., co., South Elgin, III. 8098 

Frozen flavor instant ali-coffee. For instant 
coffee. © June 11, 1945; KK 32878. 

Ketchum, Will R., Phoenix, Ariz. 8099 

Lem-ora. For citrus fruit drink and sherbet 
base, © June 12, 1945; KK 32895. 

Keystone chemical co., inc., Cleveland. 8100 

Key plastic. For plastic finish. ® Feb. 7, 1945; 
KK 31626; 

Krown kemical ko., Huntington, W, Va. 8101 

Krown supreme laundry bleach. For chlorine 
bleach. © June 15, 1945; KK 33076. 

Lever, Abraham ^Y., East Lansdowne, Pa. 8102 

Lever's roasted wheat malt. For a cereal food. 
© Apr. 28, 1945; KK 31796. 

Liese, El Frieda Preston, d. b. a. El Frieda Pres- 
ton, Colstrip, Mont. 8103 
Iced creme. El Frieda Preston. For cosmetic. 

© Mar. 5, 1945; KK 32146. 

Lucas, L. M., d. b. a. Gold bond co., Omaha. 8104 
Aroma cold wave glamour. For permanent wave 
solution. © Apr. 16, 1945; KK 31987. 

Lucident co., Newark, N. J. 8105 

Claray. For clay complexion pack. © June 15, 
1944; KK 32478. 

Lynch, Theodora, Santa Monica, Calif. 8106, 8107 
Hereford Texas water. For bottled drinking 

water. © Apr. 9, 1945; KK 31988. 

Zest. For 100 percent whole wheat breakfast 

food. © Mar. 18, 1945; KK 33008. 

MacDonald, John G.. d. b. a, John G. MacDonald 

CO., South Portland, Me. 

Quik for coughs. For cough syrup. © Dec. 15, 
1944; KK 33363. 8108 

MacDonald, John G. , co. See MacDonald, John G., 
d. b. a. John G. MacDonald co. 

Master mfg. co., Massapequa, L. I., N. Y. 8109 

Supreme bob pins for the woman who cares. 
For bob pins. © July 1, 1945; KK 33345. 



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Master products co., Chicago. 8110 

Campus duplicating stencils. For duplicating 
stencils. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 32219. 

Maurella products co.. New York. 8111 

Flower petals. For pads saturated with cologne 
or perfume. © June 5, 1945; KK 32737, 

Maxson, W. L., corp.. New York. 8112 

Maxson sky plate. For prepared meals. © Apr. 
2, 1945; KK 31795. 

May-craft co., Minneapolis. 8113 

Bridal bouquet. For stationery. © Apr, 2, 
1945; KK 32630. 

Medley distilling co., Oweiisboro, Ky. 8114 

Bourbon dew. For whiskey. © June 19, 1945; 
KK 33328. 

Meletio seafood co., St. Louis. 8115 

Golden dipt. For ready-mixed -breading. © 
Mar. 15, M45; KK 32762. 

Michigan dairy products corp.. Crystal Falls, 
Mich. 8116-8119 

For cheese: 

Land O' Pines provolone type cheese food. 
© Nov. 1, 1944; KK 32416. 

Land O' Pines provolone type cheese food. 
© Nov. 1, 1944; KK 32687. 

Land O' Pines Roman sharp cheese food. © 
Nov. 1, 1944; KK 32417. 

Land 0' Pines Roman sharp cheese food. © 
Nov. 1, 1944; KK 32588. 

Miller game co., Los Angeles. 8120 

Rio royale. For game. © July 4, 1945; KK 
33359. 

Mixon, William E., Franz, Nicholas, Hanke, Louis 
& Van Ander, Dorothy, d. b. a. Design craft, 

Ne>vark, N. J. 8121 

They're off! The hare and the tortoise. For 

game. © July 9, 1945; KK 33368. 

Montemayor, Jose Aquiles Racaj, New York. 8122 
Bimbo cigarette paper. For cigarette paper. 
© June 1, 1945; KK 33010. 

Montgomery, William., co., Philadelphia. 8123 

Montco evaporated milk. For canned milk. © 
May 15, 1945; KK 32309. 

Morelle laboratories. See Shenker, Morris, d. b. 

a. Morelle laboratories. 

Morris-systems co.. New York. 8124 

The big six, handy pocket size gamevelope. 
For games. © Apr. 7, 1945; KK 31505. 

Morry Hill industries. See Hill, C. Morrison, d. 

b. a. Morry Hill industries. 

Munising paper CO., Chicago. ' 8125 

The new easy way to polish silver. For silver 
polishers. © May 25, 1945; KK 32673. 

National printing co., inc., Thompson vi lie, Conn. 

8126, 8127 
For stationery: 

Conversation pieces. Strawberry design. 
© Sept. 6, 1944; KK 32170. 



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Conversation pieces. Violet design. © Sept. 
6, 1944; KK 32225. 

Nediclc's stores, inc., New York. 8128 

Nedick's, a quality beverage. For soft beverage. 
© May 1, 1945; KK 32436. 

Newberg, Mai, d. b. a. Mal.Newberg co.,New York. 

8129 
Pirate treasure. For candy. 9 Mar. 19, 1945- 
KK 31421. 

Ne-wberg, Mai, co. See Newberg, Mai, d. b. a. Mai 
Newberg co. 

Nichols, Earl Everet, Oil City, Pa. 8130 

Mystic bill fold. For bill fold, made of cloth, 
leather, etc. © June 1^ 1945; KK 32768. 

NicoU, R. C, d. b. a. Valerie Jean date shop. Ther- 
mal, Calif. 8131 
Creme of the desert. For date butter creme. 

© May 28, 1945; KK 32695. 

Nocturne products co. See Beakey, Gerald C, d. 
b. ^. Nocturne products co. 

Orthmann laboratories, inc., Milwaukee. 

8132-8134 
For shoe and leather finish in various colors: 
Panda factory finish. © May 1, 1945; KK 
32963. 

Panda factory finish for shoes and all leather 
articles. © May 1, 1945; KK 32964. 

Panda factory finish for shoes ana all leather 
articles. © May 1, 1945; KK 33240. 

Parsons, Frederick C, Hazel Park, Mich.' 8135 
Parsons' Rosemary hair dressing. For hair 
dressing. © Apr. 24,-1945; KK 31851. 

Penndale distilling co., Schaefferstown, Pa. 8136 
Penndale. For distilled alcoholic 4iquor. © 
Mar. 13, 1945; KK 32965. 

Pifer, Albert D., Lancaster, O. 8137 

Vitaloam, the sweetheart of the soil. For plant 

food or soil conditioner. © June 12, 1945; KK 32803. 

Pine-ox-gen mfg. co. See Bonner, James J., d. b. 
a. Pine -ox- gen mfg. co. 

Poph-itt cereal co. , North Minneapolis. 8138 

Whiffs. For cereals. © May 15, 1945; KK 33197. 

Portland shingle co. See Schmidt, Alfred H., d. b. 
a. Portlana shingle co. 

Preston, El Frieda. See ' Liese.El Frieda Preston, 
d. b. a. El Frieda Preston. 

Queen-bee toy nnfg. co. , Brooklyn, 8139 

Wax-o-grams. For picture-building set. © June 
29, 1945; KK 33247. 

Rand specialty co. , Pasadena, Calif. 8140 

Brannykins. For cut-outs to be applieo to eggs, 
fruits, etc. S Feb. 20, 1945; KK 33210. 

Rockmont envelope co. , Denver. 8141 

Sky mail handipak. For air mail stationery. © 
July 6, 1944; KK 33329. 



8159 



Ropecraft, Paterson, N. J.. 8142 

Rope craft. For footwear. © Feb. 8, 1945; KK 
31724. 

St. Clair, Alonzo Roy, Lakewood, Col. 8143 

These eggs are strictly fresh. For fresh egg 
label. © Apr. 24, 1945; KK 31776. 

Sapolin co., inc., New York. 8144-814^ 

Sapolin house paint. For house paint. © June 

20, 1945; KK 32967. 

Sapolin house paint trim color. For house 

paint trim color. © June 20, 1945; KK 32969. 

Sapolin house paint undercoat. For house paint 

undercoat. © June 20, 1945; KK 32968. 

Schafer, Harold, d. b. a. Gold seal co., Bismarck, 
' N. D. 8147 

Gold seal. For furniture polish. © Jan. 2, 1945; 
KK 31452. 

Schmidt, Alfred H., d. b. a. Portland sliingle co. , 
Portland, Ore. 8148, 8149 

For undercoursing shingles for sidewalls and 
shingles: 

Portland brand, 50 year roof shingles, grade 
no. 1. © June 20, 1945, KK 33046. 

Portland brand, 50-year roof shingles, grade 
no. 2. © June 20, 1945; KK 33047. 

Schreyer, Oscar, co. , New York. 8150 

Polar Pete. For lapel pin. © Apr. 27, •1945; 
KK 31725. 

Sempliner, Nellie, o. b. a. Eradico products co. , 
Detroit. 8151 

Eradico rat-a-kill kills rats and mice. For 

rodent exterminator. © May 21, 1945; KK 33177. 

Shanes, Harvey B., Philadelphia. 8152 

Crafts center. For novelties. © May 14, 1945; 
KK 32855. 

Snenandoah candy co., Winchester, Va. 8153 

Shenandoah apple candy. For candy. © Feb. 3, 
1945; KK 33191. 

Shenker, Morris, d. b. a. Morelle laboratories, 
Baltimore. 8154 

Morelle lotion. For hand and face lotion. © 

June 15, 1945; KK 33187. 

Shimon, Louis C, Whitewater, Wis. 8155 

Laughter. For book. © Apr. 7, 1945; KK 32045. 

Shrimpet, inc., Chicago. 8156 

Shrimpets batter mix. For a mix for French 
frying foods. © May 31, 1945; KK 32514. • 

Smith, Stuart A., Duluth. 8157 

Write-a-day letters. For stationery. © Apr. 
19, 1945; KK 31992. 



Smoker, Isaac Z., Intercourse, Pa. 8158 

Smoker's automatic bale loader. For apparatus 
for loading bales. © Apr. 23, 1945; KK 32647. 

Snowden, John H., New Brighton, Pa. 8159 

Fishermen's delight. For fish bait oil. © July 
3, 1945; KK 33361. 



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Soffos, Theodor G., New York. . 8160 

Polar punch. For fruit syrup for beverage, © 
May 2, 1945; KK 31989. 

Spring leaf tea co., inc., New York. 8161 

48 tea bags. For tea in bag form. © Oct. 9, 
1944; KK 32218. 

Standard brands, inc.. New York. 8162, 8163 

Fleischmann's blue bonnet oleomargarine. For 

oleomargarine. © Apr. 21, 1945; KK 32592. 

Fleischmann's yeast. For yeast. © Apr. 19, 

1945; KK 32591. 

Stroehmann brothers co., Williamsport, Pa. 8164 
Stroehmann's pride winner bread. For bread. © 
May 1, 1945; KK 32807. 

Sturr, Margaret T., Haddon Heights, N. J. 8165 

Sturr-grip. For jar lifters. © Apr. 17, 1945; 
KK 32882. 

Suppiger, G. S., co., St. Louis. 8166 

Brooks tamale flavor hominy. For hominy in 
Mexican style sauce. © Apr. 15, 1945; KK 32077. 

Sutherland paper co., Kalamazoo, Mich. 8167 

Del's ice cream. For ice cream. © June 1, 
1945; KK 33231. 

Tasty bud biscuit co. , inc., Chicago. 8168 

Treasure chest. For fruitcake, candy & cookies. 
© May 7, 1945; KK 32511. 

Taylor, John B.,d. b. a. Taylor laboratories, Liver- 
pool, N. Y. 8169 
Skeedoo. For repellent. © June 10, 1945; KK 

33167. 

Taylor laboratories. See" * Taylor, John B., d. b. a. 
Taylor laboratories. 

Tennessee tissue mills, Nashville. 8170 

Kliktowis. For paper towels. © May 23, 1945; 
KK 32877. 

Thompson, William Basil, d. b. a. International 
chemicals, Arlington, Va. 8171 

Sulfathricin, I. C. For medical product. © May 

8, 1945; KK 32733. 



Tribble, Walter, Oakland, Calif. 



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Big lift cleans linoleum. For general cleaning 
and polishing product. © July 10, 1945; KK 33367. 

T.ri-state beauty supply, Greensburg, Pa. 8173 

Polaire cold wave. For cold permanent wave 
solution. © May 2, 1945; KK 32005. 

Turkish & Arabian coffee co., inc., New York. 8174 
Guest demi-tasse coffee. For coffee. © Apr. 4, 
1945; KK 32879. 

U. S. exterminating service, Dallas. 8175 

Flea killer powder. For flea powder. © Mar. 
28, 1945; KK ,33055. 

Uris sales Corp., New York. 8176-8178 

Bonnie Bunny. Little bubbles floating. For lOK 

baby ring. © June 19, 1945; KK 33184. 

Bonnie Bunny. On silver wings I send you this 

tiny golden heart. For lOK baby locket. © June 19, 

1945; KK 33186. 

Bonnie Bunny. With this wee cross of gold, I 

send a fervent prayer. For lOK gold cross. © 

June 19, 1945; KK 33185. 

Valerie Jean date shop. See' Nicoll, R. C, d. b. a. 
Valerie Jean date shop. 

Vasosulfa laboratories, Altadena, Calif. 8179 

Jet-omizer. For liquid dispenser. © July 3, 
1945; KK 33213. 

Ward baking co., New York. 8180 

Ward's tip- top cookies. For cookies. © Apr. 
2, 1945; KK 32190. 



Weddle tea co. , inc.. New York. 

Weddle's Maybloom. For tea. 
KK 32556. 



8181 
© Jan. 18, 1945; 



Williamson, T. D., inc., Tulsa, Okl. 8182 

The pig with the poke cleans pipe lines. For 

internal cleaning tools for pipe lines. © Mar. 30, 
1945; KK 31624. 

Wills, Leslie LeMoyne, d. b. a. Wills driig prod- 
ucts, Long Beach, Calif. 8183 
Wills, for hair and scalp. For drugs and cos- 
metics. © Mar. 20, 1945; KK 33195. 

Wills drug products. See Wills, Leslie LaMoyne, 
d. b. a. Wills drug products. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945- 



646 



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PART 4 

WORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 
DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR 
TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND 
PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING PRINTS AND 
LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 

INCLUDING 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1945 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 40 
No. 8 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, formerly issued quarterly, but now 
issued monthly, is arranged as follows: 

1. Containing Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photographs or other identifying reproductions, 
deposited according to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and 
Models or Designs ior works of art). In this class a subalphabet of titles is used when the copyright pro- 
prietor and artist are the same, this identity being indicated by the use of an asterisk (*) after the name of 
the proprietor. A subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor..and artists are different. 

n. Containii^ titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings or plastic works of 
a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles of commercial prints and labels. 
These will be found at the end of each issue. 

A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of proprietors. 
To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
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art; "l," Class I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "j," Class J, Photo- 
graphs; and "K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, including prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise. "©" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by date of publication. 
"© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right Office of the photograph or other identifying reproduction. 
The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

The Act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the complete calendar year, is $2.00, payable in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express order, or 
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Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
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of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1936, to December 31, 1939, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1945. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo -engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or t3rpewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
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CLASS G 

WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR WORKS OF ART 

Note.— An asterisk (*) after the proprietor's name indicates that the artist and copyright proprietor are 
the same. 



Adams, Gridley, trust. 8184 

Adams, Gridley: 

We, the people. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1945; G 
45696. 

Ainsworth, Ralph & Ainsworth, Grace L. 8185 

Ainsworth, Grace L.: 

Star of Bethlehem. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1945; G 
45738. 

Albrecht, Esther.* 8186 

And a little Child shall lead them. © 1 c. July 
27, 1945; G 45787. 

Allen, Thomas Elmer.* 8187 

Love, the quartet of letters. © 1 c. June 28, 
1945; G 45851. 

Allied service pictures. 8188 

Herwig, William: 

Scroll of honor. © Mar. 1, 1945; G 45845. 

AUuisi, Joseph A.* 8189 

Marauder, B-26. © 1 c. June 5, 1945; G 45706. 

Armstrong, Roger Kinert & Woodworth,-Amon Eu- 
gene. 8190-8204 
Armstrong, Roger Kiiiert: 

And so they journey to Hill -top town where 
Glorya buys her goslings some down, 7. - And this 
is what I saw, 2. - And who meets Glorya at the 
door? Her precious babes, they total four, 10. - 
Evening meal is a treat of treats. The table's 
covered with good eats, 11. - Frog's had enough, his 
patience tried, I watch goose hitch another ride, 5. - 
From barnyard pals I first had heard of that good 
old goose, a well meaning bird, 1. - Husband thinks 
it's a cold winter ahead, so I'll buy suits for my 
babies, she said, 8. - The long trip home is made 
in one leap, Glorya meets a friendwho drives ajeep, 
9. - N^xt, daddy retires with the news. Just see 
him now, lost in a snooze, 12. - Sleezy D. Weasel's 
bad and bold. Avoid him or you won't grow old, 
13. - Thus Glorya reads on by the fire to little ears 
that soon will tire, 15. - To Smelvin Skunk we are 
his dish. To get near him is his best wish, 14. - 
Too tired to move she strides a log 'til she hitches 
a ride with J. Pluvius Frog, 3. - We all have faults, 
good lands alive and Glorya's weakness is back- 
seat-drive, 4. - Who should be next but Tittering 
Tillie, a goose on horseback, isn't that silly, 6. © 
1 c. each Aug. 20, 1945; G 45947-45961. 

Arnold, S. D. 8205 

Hill, J. B.: 

Proctor, Barron, Arnold memorial, 5661-R. 
© 1 c. Oct. 9, 1944; G 45942. 

Artzt, William W. 8206-8208 

HoUrock, George L.: 

Jack of spades. © 1 c. June 29, 1945; G 45805. 



Hollrock, George L. Forkolar playing cards: 
Aces and kings. - Queens and jacks. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 9, 1945; G 45940, 45941. 

Ascher, Maury.* 8209 

Proverbtoons. © 1 c. June 28, 1945; G 45512. 

Associated American artists, inc. 8210-8216 

Lee, Doris: 

Barroom. - The dormitory. - En route to 
Sandrock. - Garland (Judy) as Harvey house wait- 
ress. - Lansbury (Angela) at piano. - The pig. - 
Train arrives in Sandrock. © 1 c. each July 12, 
1945; G 45590-45596. 

Aviation development, inc. 8217 

Clark, George C: 

Keeping pace with tomorrow's miracles of 
air transportation. © 1 c. June 19, 1945; G 45745. 

Backer, Alexander, co. 8218, 8219 

Turner, Raymond. Blackamoor: 

Female. - Male. © Apr, 3, 1945; G 45727, 
45728. 

Baer, Melvin Joseph. 8220 

Burns, R. G.: 

The Baers always have the welcome mat out. 
© 1 c. May 25, 1945; G 45804. 

Ballinger co. 8221 

Banham, J. E.: 

Proposed buildingf or Allen B. DuMont labora- 
tories, inc., city of Clifton, Psissaic Co., N. J., 
4977. © 1 c. July 4, 1945; G 45558. 

Balog, Zolton Eugene.* 8222 

Li'l Chico. © 1 c. June 27, 1945; G 45.878. 



Barbara Joan togs. 
Chasser, Nat: 

Bo Jo. © 1 c. July 8, 1945; G 45742. 



8223 



Barton, Cleon Douglas.* 8224 

Suribachi, Mount, Iwo Jima. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1945; 
G 45887. 

Baskin, Lucille Hall.* 8225, 8226 

Hop! Indian symbols. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1945; G 

45846. 

Kachlna dolls. © 1 c. July 10, 1945; G 45847. 

Beach, Martha Carolina.* 8227 

Marvel, 3. © 1 c. May 17, 1945; G 45856. 

Bechly, Ernst C* 8228 

On the last lap. © July 2, 1945; G 45874. 



Bertrand, Eleanor.* 8229-8232 

Cam. © 1 c. July 12, 1945; G 45608. 



181 



8233 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. W, n. s., V. 40 



Pam. © July 11, 1945; G 45589. 
Rennay. © 1 c. July 19, 1945; G 45665. 
Romona. © 1 c. July 24, 1945; G 45712. 

Birch, Mary Marshall Rand.* 8233 

Marimba. © 1 c. June 12, 1945; G 45697.. 

Black ti tan coonhound club of America. 8234 

Cloetingh, James H.: 

Model black and tan coonhound. © 1 c. Aug. 
3, 1945; G 45898. 

Borglum, Lincoln. ^235 

Borglum, Gutzon: 

Roosevelt, Franklin D. © Apr. 21, 1945; G 
45884. 



Borman, E. J.* 

Hunting dog. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; G 46015. 

Brandts, Anton.* 8237, 8238 

Boy with flute. - Girl with flowers. © 1 c. each 
Sept. 8, 1944; G 45854, 45855. 

Brockwell, John Butler.* 8239 

Walbank. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1945; G 45891. 

Brown & Bigelow. ' 8240 

Leaver, Noel H.: 

The Arch of Titus, Rome. © 1 c. July 23,1945; 
G 45714. 

Buchheim, Max. 8241-8244 

Meyer cord, Herman A.: 

Florida. - Massachusetts. - New York. - 
Texas. © 1 c. each July 30, 1945; G 45819-45822. 

Buffalo pottery, inc. 8245-8249 

Nisita, Carlo: 

Glory. - Italic^ - Leaf. - Petal. © 1 c. each 
Aug. 15, 1945; G 45935-45938. 
Riehs, August: 

Three 3/32" gray bands and one fine gray 
line. © 1 c. June 30, 1945; G 45899. 

Burdine, Jessie May Raymond.* 8250-8258 

In memoriam. World war U, 2, 3, 5, 8. - In 
memoriam. World war n. U. S. A. air force, 4. - 
Service record. World war n, 6, 7, 9, - Service 
record. World war H. U. S. A. air force, 1. © 1 
c. each Aug. 13, 1945; G 45919-45927. 

Burton, Edgar John.* 8259-8262 

Cactus, B,D. - Palm tree, C. - Sugar -plum tree, 
A. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1945; G 45868-45871. 

Campos, Florencio Molina.* 8263-8274 

Dog biting steer 'stall, hills in background, 5380. - 
Gaucho and girl looking at purchases, 5387. - 
Gaucho coming into town with tractor, 5390. - 
Gaucho on horse near tree watching other gaucho 
on tractor, 5386. - Gaucho riding horse in rain, 
5384. - Gaucho riding on wagon pulled by steers, 
5382. - Gauchos dancing inside house, 5385. - 
Peasant house, tree nearby, 5388. - Smiling gaucho 
riding horse, 5383. - Two gauchos having their pic- 
ture taken, 5389. - Two gauchos tying horse, 
approaching gaucho in background, 5381. - Village 
scene with peasants, 5379. © 1 c. each July 19, 
1945; G 45666-45677. 



Canavan, Andrew Aloysius. 8275 

McRae, Anna: 

A world war 2 finger ring. © 1 c. May 28, 
1945; G 45703. 

CarGill, Henry J.* 8276 

Safety-first. © Mar. 1, 1945; G 45694. 

Carter, Amon G. 8277 

Remington, Frederic: 

A dash for timber. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1945; G 
45890. 

Cassidy, Appolonia Helen.* 8278 

Miniature citrus fruits development, activity 
program citrus fruits, California. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 
1943; G 46000. 

Charpentier, Henri. 8279 

Reinhold, Emma: 

Flowers of freedom. © 1 c. June 29, 1945- G 
45539. 

Chestnut, Wilhelmine. 8280, 8281 

Chestnut, Billy Dohlman: 

Birdsense. - Leading ladies. © 1 c. each 
Aug. 13, 1945; G 45901, 45902. 

Conference of alcoholic beverage industries, inc. 

8282 
Mackay, Dick: 

Inbad the imp. © Apr. 20, 1945; G 45704. 

Cordelia china co. 8283, 8284 

Hazel, Edward S. Swan with head: 

Lowered. - Raised. © Aug. 8, 1945; G 
45895, 45896. 

Curry, John Steuart.* 8285 

Coast of Maine singing. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1945; 
G 45900. 

Da Prato, A., co. of Boston. 8286, 8287 

WoUett , Sidney . Shrine of Our Lady of La Salette : 
Assumption. - Talking to the children. © 
Aug. 23, 1945; G 46008, 46009. 

Dai^herty, Don I.* 8288 

Our pet. © 1 c. July 2, 1945; G 45705. 

De Ranieri, Lelio.* 8289 

Remember Pearl Harbor. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1942; 
G 45809. 

Doblin, Olga. 8290 

Doblin, Patricia: 

State flowers of the United States. © 1 c. 
July 19, 1945; G 45664. 

Douglas, Stephen Anthony.* 8291, 8292 

Illustrated love stories. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; 

G 46031. 

Waiting for a live one. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1945; G 

45987. 

Dramart card co. 8293 

Gehring, Louis J.: 

Christmas eve mass at Guadalcanal. © Oct. 
1, 1943; G 45852. 

Drewsen, Frances Virginia.* 8294 

Ned Night-crawler. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1945; G 
45966. 



182 



CLASS G 



no. 8, 1945 



8295 



Ou Barry frocks. 
Ballensweig, Sam: 

ADu Barry fashion. © 1 c. May 19, 1945; G 
45541. 

Educational cartoons. 8296, 8297 

Morley, Richard: 

Bud. - Sis. © 1 c. each May 13, 1945; G 
45755, 45756. 

Elder, Lillian.* 8298 

The world peace flag. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1945; G 
45974. 



Ferguson, Elizabeth Alden.* 8299 

Cyclamen no. 1. © 1 c. July 5, 1945; G 45557. 

Fitzgerald, William Robert.* 8300 

Shield of peace. C) 1 c. July 2, 1945; G 45770. 

Fleischman mfg. co. 8301, 8302 

Kovach, Anna. Shoofly: 

Duck. - Horse. © 1 c. each Dec. 7, 1943; G 
45971, 45972. 



Florentine art novelty co. 8303-8315 

Lindner, J. W.: 

Chinese girl with basket of flowers, 1705-B. - 
Chinese man with musical instrument,. 1705-A. - 
Colonial lady, 1704-B. -Colonial lady leaning against 
post, 1702-B. - Colonial man, 1704-A. - Colonial man 
leaning against post, 1702-A. - Congo drum player, 
1700-A. - Congo woman dancer, 1700-B. - Farm 
boy with pitch fork, 1703-A. - Farm girl with buck- 
et, 1703-B. - Hawaiian girl dancer with pineapple, 
1701-B. - Hawaiian man, 1701-A. - Minuet dancers, 
1706. © Aug. 6, 1945; G 45906-45918. 

Francis D'Assisi, mother .* 8316 

Mary of Bethlehem. © 1 c. June 27, 1945; G 
45498. 

Gantner & Mattern co. 8317, 8318 

Navratil, Mary: 

Plaid. © 1 c. July 2, 1945; G 45552. 
Sotomayor, Antonio: 

Beach scene. © 1 c. July 2, 1945; G 45551. 

Ginnings, Harriett Wilcoxen.* 8319 

Flower fantasies. © June 5, 1945; G 45824. 

Goldscheider-Everlast corp. 8320-8334 

Jacob, August: 

Cockatoo. © Mar. 1, 1945; G 45837. 
Liedloff, Helen: 

Butterfly. - Wind. © Mar. 1, 1945; G 45841, 
45844. 

Liedloff, Helen. Mongolhead: 

Female. - Male. © Mar. 1, 1945; G 45860, 
45862. 

Mcintosh, Elizabeth: 

Motherlove. © Mar. 1, 1945; G 45843. 
Pippinger, Robert: 

Bulldog pvq)py. - Spaniel. © Mar. 1, 1945; G 
45840, 45866. 

Porcher, Peggy: 

Beagle. - Courtsey. - Southern belle. © Mar. 
1, 1945; G 45839, 45861, 45865. 
Porcher, Peggy. Dancing lesson: 

Female. - Male. © Mar. 1, 1945; G 45838, 
45842. 



^ 8365 

Porcher, Peggy. Gay nineties. Standing: 

Female. - Male. © Mar. 1, 1945; G 45863, 
45864. 

Goldstein, Melvin A.* 8335 

Symphonie moderne. © 1 c. May 23, 1945; G 
45507. 

Goodreau, Bert. 8336 

Impel, Charles: 

Thank you, son! © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1945; G 
45892. 

Gorham co. 8331, 8338 

Johnson, Phillip Bernard. World war 2: 

In memoriam. - Service record. © 1 c. each 
July 7, 1945; G 45560, 45561. 

Gurney, John Eric* 8339-8341 

MacTavish, Mr., strips 1-3. © 1 c. June 13, 
1945; G 45739-45741. 

Gutierrez, Sara Estela.* 8342 

Detachable dagger on shield. © 1 c. July 8, 
1945; G 45563. 

Hambrock, Ida.* 8343-8345 

Cast to the sea. © 1 c. July 12, 1945; G 45611. 
Many prayers we have said. © 1 c. June 15, 

1945; G 45831. 

The united nations' last battle of victory. © 1 

C.Aug. 17, 1945; G 45934. 

Hanah, June.* 8346 

Duck hawk in flight. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1945; G 
45698. 

Handy flame service. 8347 

Willis, J. Don: 

Handy Flame, your gas man. © 1 c. July 6, 
1945; G 45808. 

Henderson, Marion Neal.* 8348 

Stitch picture. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 1943; G 45973. 

Henkel, Gordon J. 8349 

Lindermuth, Fred: 

A-liberty-day, America forever. © 1 c. Aug. 
31, 1945; G 46056. 

Henry, Helen Virginia.* 8350 

Guffle. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1945; G 45939. 

Hill, Harry C* 8351-8358 

Captain's watch. - Civilian's watch, round. - 
Civilian's watch, square. - Colonel's watch. - 1st 
lieutenant's watch. - Lt. colonel's watch. - Major's 
watch. - 2nd lieutenant's watch. © 1 c. each July 
10, 1945; G 45730-45737. 

Hintermeister, John Henry. 8359 

Hintermeister, Hy [i. e. John Henry]: 

God of our fathers. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1945; G 
45964. 



Hirschhorn, Benjamin. 
Gloster, Jacob J.: 

Hirschhorn. © Feb. 1, 1935; G 46118. 



836^ 



Hoffman, Malvina.* 8361-8365 

Group of 2 monkeys. - One monkey. © Mar. 28, 
1945; G 45995, 45996. 



183 



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8366 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 40 



Portrait of Wendell Willkie: 

Bust with coat. - Head and neck only, looking 
upward. © Mar. 28, 1945; G 45997, 45998. 
Unicorn. © Mar, 22, 1945; G 46013. 

Howarth, Cynthia Jane.* 8366 

Lil' Toby. © 1 c. Nov. 12, 1943; G 45969. 



Jenkins, June Yates.* 

China dog. © July 23, 1945; G 45788. 



8367 



Jennewein, C. Paul,* 8368-8371 

Flying male nude figure, - Standing male nude 

figure. - Walking male nude figiure. © 1 c. each 

July 19, 1945; G 45814-45816. 

Madonna. © 1 c. July 25, 1945; G 45817. 



Josee, Jack Barker,* 

Mac, © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1945; G 45989. 



8372 



8373 



Junior miss dress co. 
Stolkin, Jack: 

Original Junior miss of New York. © 1 c. 
May 19, 1945; G 45540. 

Kaupelis, Benjamin.* 8374 

Flag raising at Iwo Jima. © 1 c. July 10, 1945; 
G 45609. 

Kellner, Beatrice W.* 8375-8378 

Angel child. - Lambie Lou. - Old Nick. - Rusty. 
© 1 c. each June 25, 1945; G 45499-45502. 



Kellogg, Stanley Price.* 

Pyle, Ernie, © July 23, 1945; G 45859. 



8379 



King features syndicate, inc. 8380-8388 

Bundy, Gilbert: 

Iwo Jima, set 5, nos. 2, 4, 5. - On Iwo Jima, 
set 5, no. 1. - On the Pacific, set 3, nos. 1, 3, 4; 
set 4, nos, 1, 4. © June 10, 1945; G 45975-45983, 

Klokoc, Frank H. 8389-8391 

Hula, Frantisek [pseud, of F. H. Klokoc]: 

Barbara. - Francy. - Rita. © 1 c. each July 
27, 1945; G 45811-45813. 

Koch, Edwin A,* 8392 

Cruiser, © 1 c, June 7, 1945; G 45830, 

Krebs, Stanley.* 8393 

United nations flag. © 1 c, Apr. 13, 1945; G 
45888. 

Lamb, Herb, productions, inc.* 8394-8403 

Brown, Private Mlbur, poses 4, 5. - General O. 

Pinion, poses 1, 2. -General O. Pinion's flunkey, 

3. © 1 c. each Aug. 3, 1945; G 45879-45883. 

Butcher's cat, 5 -A. - Jane Q. Publick, 1-A, 4-A. 

- Mr, Sly, the butcher, 13-A, - Professor Okay, 18. 

© 1 c. each Aug. 21, 1945; G 45990-45994. 

Lantz, Michael.* 8404, 8405 

Frenzy. - Sitting Bull. © 1 c. each June 29, 
1945; G 45542, 45543. 

Lehner, Louis Joseph.* 8406 

The realm of truth, triune, keys hooketcholder. 
© 1 c. Aug. 26, 1945; G 46006, 

Leonard, Jack A,* 8407-8409 

Heely, 1, 2, 3. © 1 c. each May 14, 1945; G 

45700-45702, 



Lewis, Cecille Zenia,* 8410 

Sloping banks. © 1 c. June 27, 1945; G 45772, 

Lutz, Arnold M. 8411 

Allison, C. Chester: 

All polished moulded monument, Lutz design. 
© 1 C.July 9, 1945; G 45559, 

McCarthy, Marietta Theresa,* 8412 

The spirit of G, I, Joe. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1945; G 
45903. 

McCullough, Catherine Miller.* 8413,. 8414 

Baby: 

Drinking from a milk bottle. - Sitting i?)right 
with hands up, laughing. © July 1, 1945; G 45893, 
45894. 

McKeehan, Leon Lomax.* 8415 

Along the broad highway. © 1 c. May 24, 1945; 
G 45829, 

McKibben, Samuel Thomas, 8416 

Kron, M,: 

In the nation's service, © 1 c, Jime 8, 1945; 
G 45729. 

MacMullan, H. A. 8417 

Roberts, L, F, & MacMullan, H, A,: 

Cinders and her pals, © 1 c, Dec, 3, 1943; G 
45970, 

McNeel marble co, 8418 

Reece, Raymond E,: 

World war 2 memorial of Haskell, Texas. © 
1 c. July 30, 1945; G 45789. 

Malaschuk, George.* 8419 

War-time marriage game. © 1 c. Aug, 19, 1945; 
G 45967, 

Marshall, John Joseph,* 8420 

Surprise punch, © 1 c. July 17, 1944; G 46014. 

Mason, Mary Alice. 8421 

My little Jesus, I love Thee. © 1 c. Nov, 11, 
1943; G 45999. 



Matson, Christopher.* 

Waiting, © Oct. 28, 1944; G 45867. 



8422 



184 



Meinlnger, Josephine E.* 8423-8436 

Aubrette, Byrne and Dawn. - Candle Glow, First 
Rain, Flame and April Night. - Capriccio, - Drym, 
- Horizons, - Jewel and Crown. - Nocturne. - Pay- 
san and Plumes. - Quest, Prelude, and Nembulo. - 
Scherzo. - Spiral. - Tetu. - Tiare. - Visione. © 1 
c. each May 15, 1944; G 45773-45786, 

Meriam, James.* 8437 

Rivers of doubt. © 1 c. July 2, 1945; G 45554. 

Miserandino, Julia. 8438 

Miserandino, Vincenzo & Minahan, Katherine: 
United nations charter. © 1 c. Aug, 24, 1945; 
G 46012. 

Mitchell, C. E. 8439 

Gaar, Helen: 

An eagle with wings outstretched, holding in 
his left claw five spears or arrows, and a small 
branch, presumably the olive branch, in his right 
claw, with two half draped flags, showing stars im- 
mediately behind him. © 1 c. Aug, 9, 1945; G 
45944. 



CLASS G 



no. 8, 1945 



Morgan, Fred.* 8440 

Atom-ic comics, featuring Jimmie, the jester. 
© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1945; G 45933. 

Morton, Charlotte Augusta,* 8441, 8442 

Arch Rock, Santa Cruz, California. © July 11, 
•1945; G 45693. 

Campanile, University of California, Berkeley. 

© Aug. 2, 1945; G 45932. 

Murphy, Russell Thomas.* 8443 

Minute mail. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1945; G 45849. 

Murray, William F. & Cuneo, Teresa A. 8444 

Cuneo, Teresa A.: 

Europe. © 1 c. July 31, 1945; G 45835. 

Newton, Anne W.* 8445 

Swing-swong. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1945; G 45931. 

Noble, Carolyn D. 8446-8448 

Noble, W. Clark, jr.: 

The extreme commanders, MacArthur, Eisen- 
hower. - Leyte. - Remagen bridge. © 1 c. each 
July 26, 1945; G 45758-45760. 

Noble, W. Clark, jr.* 8449 

Iwo Jima, 1945. © 1 c. July 24, 1945; G 45713. 

Noyes, Marian Armstrong.* 8450-8459 

The snowballs' Christmas, 1-10. © 1 c. each 
July 12, 1945; G 45597-45606. 

O'Conner, Patrick. 8460 

DiMariano, Alfred: 

Our Lady of Fatima. © 1 c. July 13, 1945; G 
45928. 

Okun CO. 8461, 8462 

Turner, Raymond: 

Christ blessing little ctiildren. - Madonna and 
Child. © June 15, 1945; G 46010, 460H. 

Ornamental arts & crafts co. 8463, 8464 

Williams, R. T.: 

Doe and fawn. - Large deer head. © Aug. 6, 
1945; G 45.904, 45905. 

Orr, Louis.* 8465-8469 

Community house, Salisbury, N. C. - Grand- 
father Mountain, near Linville, North Carolina. - 
Johnson's, Andrew, birthplace, 1808-1875, Raleigh, 
N. C, 17th President, U.S.A. - Lillington's, Gene- 
ral, house, Wilmington, North Carolina. - St. John- 
in-the -wilderness, Flat Rock, North Carolina. © 
July 23, 1945; G 45761-45765. 

Osborne. CO. 8470-8487 

De Maris, Walter: 

Coaching scene, 4895. © 1 c. June 29, 1945; 
G 45511. 

Fangel, Maud Tousey: 

Twins sitting in high chairs, 4898. © 1 c. 
June 29, 1945; G 45510. 
Howitt, John Newton: 

The family, 4897. © 1 c. June 29, 1945; G 
45508. 

Otto, Walt: 

Bowling girl, 4902. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; G 
46029. 

Teller, Grif: 

Country landscape, 4899. © 1 c. June 29, 
1945; G 45509. 



8526 

Thieme, Anthony: 

Morning light in Gloucester, 4901. © 1 c 
Aug. 31, 1945; G 46030. 

Townsend, Ethel Hore: 

April, lilies, 4907. - August, asters, 4911. - 
December, poinsettias, 4915. - February, violets 
and tulips, 4905. - January, orchids, 4904. - July, 
gladiolus, 4910. - June, white roses, 4909. - 
March, daffodils, 4906. - May, red roses, 4908. - 
November, chrysanthemums. - October, small 
chrysanthemums, 4913. - September, zinnias, 4912. 
© 1 c. each Aug. 31, 1945; G 46017-46028. 

Otteson, Madalene.* 8488, 8489 

Familiar fishes from A to Z, page 1. - Irish 
pompano, page 10. © 1 c. each Aug. 29, 1945- G 
46032, 46033. 

Palmer, Charles Peter.* 8490 

Christmas tree ornament. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1945; 
G 46016. 

Palmer, Irwin H.* ' 8491-8493 

Pointer. © 1 c. July 16, 1945; G 45826. 
Setter on panel with three prairie chickens. - 

Water spaniel with three green head ducks. © 1 c. 

each July 16, 1945; G 45806, 45807. 

Patterson, Mignon Deane Holmead.* 8494, 8495 
Child's bowl. - Two seahorses and seaweed in a 
circle. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1945; G 45962, 45963. 

Pendleton, Lorenz Marion.* 8496 

Truman, Harry S. © June 15, 1945; G 45873. 

Pierce, Gaylord.* 8497 

Bunyan, Badling & Heber, Professor William 
Tecumseh. © 1 c. July 10, 1945; G 45610. 

Pushman, Hovsep.* 8498 

Goddess of charity, 438. © 1 c. July 13, 1945; 
G 45607. 

Quidas, Frederick W.* 8499-8522 

Birthday greetings: 

April. - August. - December. - February. - 
Jsmuary. - July. - Jime. - March. - May. - Novem- 
ber. - October. - September. © 1 c. each July 10, 
1945; G 45564-45575. 
Happy birthday: 

April. -August. -December. -February. - 
January. - July. - June. - March. - May. - Novem- 
ber. - October. - September. © 1 c. each July 10, 
1945; G 45576-45587. 

Regain, William S. & Ragain, Freda Eugenie.* 

8523 
World war 2, certificate of war experience. © 
1 C.June 18, 1945; G 45771. 

Rankow, Norman Nicolai.* 8524 

World television studios, inc. Motion picture 
division. © 1 c. Jxme 25, 1945; G 45827. 

Raul, Harry Lewis.* 8525 

Drama, speech, music. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1945; G 
45858. 

Rebori, Andrew N.* 8526 

Chicago airport. © 1 c. July 22, 1945; G 45875. 



687031 O - 46 - 2 



185 



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8527 



pt. IV, n. s.,.v. 40 



Regalado, Manuel Rivera.* 8527-8538 

Alta and Baja California royal envoy in the year 
1800. - Alta California ranchero in the year 1800. - 
Arce, Joaquin, Comondu, Baja California, years 
1780-1840. - Arce, Tia Marciala Real del Costillo, 
Baja California, years 1802-1879. - Bacanegra, 
Manuel, Texcoco, Mexico, year 1797. - Carmel 
mission, Alta Calif ornia,*in the year 1800. - Gostelo, 
Don Isidoro de Valladolid, Espana, colono que fue 
del Real del Costillo. -. San Buenaventura mission, 
Alta California in the year 1800. - San Gabriel 
mission, Alta California in the year 1800. - San 
Luis Rey de Francia, Alta California in the year 
1800. - Santa Barbara mission, Alta California in 
the year 1800. - Santa Inez mission in Alta Cali- 
fornia in the year 1800. © 1 c. each July 18, 1945; 
G 45642-45653. 

Rhoton, Wilson P. 8539, 8540 

Bassford, Wallace: 

Truman, Harry S., thirty-third President of 
the United States. © July 7, 1945; G 45897. 

Roosevelt, Franklin D. © 1 c. May 16, 1945; G 
45886. 

Ripley, Aiden Lassell.* 8541, 8542 

Grouse in winter. - Woodcock country. © 1 c. 
each July 31, 1945; G 45833, 45834. 

Robbins, Frederick Goodrich.* 8543-8549 

Bridge at Conway. - Franconia Notch. - Monad- 
nock, Mount. - Newfound. -Washington, Mount, from 
the Saco. - Webster's fireplace. - Winnepesaukee. 
© July 17, 1945; G 45655-45661. 

Rocheleau, H. Louis. 8550 

Fontaine, Paul: 

If I knew then what I know now. © 1 c. Aug. 
17, 1945; G 45943. 

Rose, Charles Arthur.* 8551, 8552 

The golden idol. - The green goddess. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 22, 1945; G 45984, 45985. 

Rubinstein, Joseph A. 8553, 8554 

Rubenstein, Howard: 

Calling all menl! - Chicken inspector. © 1 c. 
each June 19, 1945; G 45662, 45663. 

Ruhland, Ruth, & Ii/j[arston, Wayne.* 8555 

Skytown, U. S. A. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1945; G46001. 

Rutledge, J. T. & Rutledge, Mrs. J. T. 8556 

Florence memorial co., inc.: - 

Rutledge memorial. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1945; G 
45945. 

R3mar, Charles.* 8557 

Cowboy riding bucking bronch. © 1 c, Aug. 21, 
1945; G 45986. 

Salter, Leon J.* 8558-8581 

Artist and model, 1944. - Bathers, 1943. - 
Boards and still life, 1944. - Chief, 1944. - Family 
group, 1944. - Fish, 1, 1944. - Fishermen, 1944. - 
Fisherwomen,1944. -Green archaic, 1943. - Green 
interior, 1943. - Horse fair, 1944. - Jitterbugs, 

1943. - Lady with fish, 1944, - Landscape no. 1, 

1944. - Man, wife and jug, 1943. - Man with fan, 
1944. - Man with fork, 1943. - People, 1943. - Proc- 
lamation, 1943. - Still life no. 1, 1943. - Summer 
still life, 1943. - Two drinkers, 1943. - Visitors, 
1944. - Waiter and customer, 1943. © 1 c. each 
June 29, 1945; G 45513-45536. 



Sanden, Arthur Gustav.* 8582-8586 

Baker, Mount, elevation 10,827 feet. - The gran- 
deur of Mount Ranier, Washington. - Mirror Lake 
and Mt. Ranier. - Shuksan, Mount, & Sunrise Lake. 

- Snoqualmie Falls, a fall of 268 ft. © June 29, 
1945; G 45637-45641. 

Semis, Charlotte Jean.* 8587-8598 

Candlelight, 9. - Crybaby, 3. - Daily chore, 10. 

- Friendship, 1. - Hallowe'en pumpkin, 8. - Her 
rabbit friends, 5. - Judy, 11. - Pals, 2. - Sally Lou, 
6. - Snow fight, 7. - Sue, 4. - Wee folks. © 1 c. 
each May 15, 1945; G 45485-45496. 

Sheet, E. Allan.* 8599 

First church of Christ, Scientist, La Canada, 
California. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1945; G 45848. 

Sheppard, Arthur.* 8600-8602 

Benefit bout, Tom Belcher and opponent at Five 
Court, London, England, year 1814. - Combat be- 
tween Tom Cribb and Molineaux, negro, fought in 
England, 1810 or 1811. - Rat pit, England, period 
early 1800. © 1 c. each Aug. 25, 1945; G 46002- 
46004. 

Sherman, Jessie Gray.* , 8603 

Greetings. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1944; G 45889. 

Silver, John Logan & Thweatt, Buford Webb.* 

8604, 8605 

Buck and Ben. Introducing Pa, sister-in-law 

Judy, Buck, Ben, Ma and Loco. - Justice of the peace 

court. © 1 c. each May 12, 1945; G 45743, 45744. 

Sloane, Marian P.* 8606 

Vermont. © 1 c. June 12, 1945; G 45506. 

Slovin, Malcolm M.* 8607 

Welcome home. © 1 c. June 28, 1945; G 45562. 

Smith, A. O., corp. 8608 

Williams, Roger: 

Burny, 22694-22702. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1945; G 
45825. 



Smith Dorrance R.* 

Eggers memorial. 
45757. 



© 



8609 
1 c. July 26, 1945; G 



Smock, Nell Stolp.* 8610^621 

Bugs. - Dare ya. - Devastated. - Dictatoi". - 
Diplomat. - Here's me. - How. - Love me. - Rabbit 
menace. - Sad puss. - So. - 1 1 1. © July 5, 1945; G 
45790-45801. 

Soechtig, William. 8622 

Sixty, Billy [pseud, of William Soechtig]: 

Old Glory, flying high forever. © 1 c. Dec. 
2, 1943; G 45946. 

Sokolow, Mildred. 8623 

Mutty, Joseph Carlin: 

Queen of diamonds. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1944; G 
45850. 

Stolz, Lorenz W.* 8624, 8625 

Memorial design, 2850. © 1 c. July 31, 1945; G 

45836. 

Rothwell memorial, 2851. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1945; 

G 45965. 



186 



no. 8, 1945 



CLASS G 



Summers, Adele B.* 8626 

The golden rule of matrimony. © 1 c. June 28, 
1945; G 45537. 

Tagliabue, Angelo.* 8627, 8628 

Sculptured novelty representing Valentine. - 
Two children on a love seat. © 1 c. each Jan. 31, 
1945; G 45707, 45708. 

Tegge, Earl W.* 8629 

United States postage, three cents. © 1 c. Apr. 
28, 1945; G 45709. 

Telecomics, inc. 8630 

Boyd, Carleton W. & Moores, Richard: 

Peril Pinkerton. © Ic. July 31, 1945; G45823. 

Thompson, Thomas.* 8631 

Xmas greeting cards for those who serve us. © 
1 c. May 5, 1945; G 45504. 

Trade union agency. 8632-8642 

Graphics institute: 

Average patient's hospital stay compared 
with coverage offered. - Benefits paid for acciden- 
tal death and dismemberment. - Exclusions and 
limitations under each plan. - How the companies 
spend your premium dollar. - How the -plans cover 
charges for miscellaneous hospital services. - In- 
surance coverage and length of disability. - Insur- 
ance coverage and length of hospital stay. - Range 
of benefits provided for 10 most frequent surgical 
(derations. - Value of coverage provided by hospi- 
tal plans. - What disabilities cost U. S. workers. - 
Workers' life insurance coverage. © 1 c. each 
July 24, 1945; G 45715-45725. 

Traugott, Felix.* " 8643 

The dancing heart. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1945; G 
45988. 

Turnbull, J. Gordon, inc. 8644 

McDonald, Edward P.: 

Fruehauf trailer plant. © 1 c. Aug, 25, 1945; 
G 46005. 

United illuminating co.* 8645 

Window display. © 1 c. June 16, 1945; G 45699. 



Valentine, Mrs. Richard J. 
Valentine, Richard J.: 

Jives. © 1 c. July 25, 1945; G 45853. 



8646 



Vance, Joseph Paul.* 8647 

Veteran - navy. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1945; G 45876. 



8670 



8648, 8649 



Vermont marble co. 

Richardson, Earl C. Memorial: 

Hilton, 491. © July 3, 1945; G 45588. 

Mencsik, DlO-01309. © July 16, 1945- G 
45726. 

Viking toy co. 8650 

Jensen, Helga [pseud, of Helga M. Chu & Ring F. 
Chu]: 

Circus. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1945; G 45857. 

Wagner, Harvey H.* 8651 

Bible doctrine chart. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1945- G 
45930. 

Waite, Harriet E. 8652 

Waite, Mary E. D. Cavanaugh: 

Be it ever so humble, there's no place like 
home. © 1 c. July 14, 1945; G 45929. 



Waldman, Myron.* 

Hubert. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1945; G 45877. 

Wall, William C. 
Teir, O. R.: 

Relief. © 1 c. May 31, 1945; G 45832, 

Wallace, Francis Demaine. 

Lamon, Alexander George William: 
Smoe. © June 25, 1945; G 45802. 



8653 
8654 

8655 
8656 



Walsh, James P. 

McLaughlin, William: 

Ripe-stripe Pacific products. © 1 c. May 16, 
1945; G 45503. 

Waltermire, Charles T.* 8657 

Junior follies. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1945; G 45968. 

Wheeler, Leo George.* 8658 

Washington, George. Never told a lie. © 1 c. 
Aug. 3, 1945; G 45885. 

Williams, Wheeler.* 8659-8667 

Carmentis. - Cloud diver. -East Wind. - Egeria. 
- Fons. - Juturna. - Leda. - West Wind. - Zephyrus 
and Flora. © 1 c. each July 25, 1945; G 45746- 
45754. 

Wolfe, Diana. 8668 

Troost, Peter & Wolfe, Diana: 

Book of life. © 1 c. June 7, 1945; G 45810. 

Wolk, Paul.* 8669 

Air -drive-it. © 1 c. July 5, 1945; G 45556. 

Zeller, Joseph,* 8670 

Roosevelt. © 1 c. May 15, 1945; G 45828. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945 



1,483 



187 



PAINTING AND SCULPTURE OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[8670 



Baker, Percy Brj^nt. 1 

Bust of Woodrow Wilson. Head and shoulders, 
showing two vest buttons, on plain square base, with 
lettering. © P. B. Baker, New Yorlc. R 139428, 
Apr. 30, 1945. 



II 



Ferris, J. L. Gerome. 2 

Yes. Washington and Martha Custis seated under 
trellis. Garden and summer house in distance. © 
Ernest N. Ryder, Croton Falls, N. Y. R 139519, 
May 19, 1945. 



188 



CLASSES H-K 



REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 

OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



Accurate engineering division. 8671 

Accurate eng^ineering division. © Nov. 1, 1944; 
K 59110. 



Aidrich, Ben M. 
Church history. 



8672 



© Nov. 1, 1944; I 36238. 



Allen activities. 8673-8681 

Animated wheelbarrows. - Little helper wheel- 
barrow. - Little mother cradle. - Specialty hard- 
ware for toy wheelbarrows, carts, and push and 
pull toys. © 1 c. each June 7, 1945; I 36241-36244. 
The juggling seal. - Unique slide action pistol. 
© 1 c. each July 2, 1945; I 36327, 36331. 
Unique slide action gims: 

Details. - Stock patterns. -Three assemblies. 
© 1 c. each July 2, 1945; I 36328-36330. 

Allender, Nicholas Daniel. 8682 

Baby notes. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1945; J 38299. 

Allied advertising associates. 8683 

J-V day, Isaiah 2:4. © Aug. 8, 1945; K 59206. 

American bank note co. 8684-8686 

Center special V-86462, laydown from V-56492, 

United gas corporation. © July 10, 1945; K 59176. 
Combination special V-86545, laydown from 

V-52466 & V -49464, Anderson Clayton & co. © 

July 17, 1945; K 59174. 

Non-listable stock, V-86499. © July 6, 1945; K 

59175. 

American national Red cross. 8687-8690 

Carrier for projector, ARC 1405-29. © Apr. 
24, 1945; I 36213. 

Game kit, ARC 1405-53. © May 17, 1944; 
I 36385. 

Ught book cart, ARC 1405-27. © Apr. 25, 
1944; I 36386. 

Puzzle kit, ARC 1405-71. © Apr. 9, 1945; 
I 36214. 

Anchorage homes, inc. 8691-8704 

The Brewster, four bedroom house with porch. - 

The Chatham, two bedroom house with dining room. 

- The Hjrannis, three bedroom house, dining room, 
porch [and] garage.. - The Orleans, four bedroom 
house, dining room, porch [and] garage. - The Ply- 
mouth, two bedroom house. - The Truro, one bed- 
room house with porch and garage. - Your new 
home is ready for you. © June 4, 1945; I 36228- 
36234. 

The Brewster, four bedroom house with porch. - 
The Chatham, two bedroom house with dining room. 

- The Hyannis, thre6 bedroom house, dining room, 
porch, garage. - The Orleans, four bedroom house, 
dining room, porch, garage. - The Plymouth, two 
bedroom house. - The Truro, one bedroom house 
with porch & garage. - Your new home Is ready! © 
July 23, 1945; I 36402-36408. 



Anderson, Gilbert F. 8705 

Design of inlaid veneered chess or checker 
board. © 1 c. May 24, 1945; I 36495. 

Anglo California national bank of San Francisco. 

8 "06 
Anglo California national bank insurance -pro- 
tected home loan budget plan; by Estel Raymond. 
© July 9, 1945; H 2945. 

Approved marine devices co. 8707-8711 

A. M. D. buoyancy raft release arrangement, 
installation of A. M. D. buoyancy raft release. - A. 
M. D. triple action float releaser. - A. M. D. triple 
action raft releaser. - Arrangement of Kokomo 
raft release. - Patent speed davit. © 1 c. each 
May 16, 1945; I 36139-36143. 

Arenz, John. 8712 

Arenz-multiple-control thermostatic iron. © 1 
c. Aug. 27, 1945; I 36587. 

Armstrong, Fritzie. 8713-8724 

Sun sign: 

Aries. - Aquarius. - Cancer. - Capricorn. - 
Gemini. - Leo. - Libra. - Pisces. - Sagittarius. - 
Scorpio. - Taurus. - Virgo. © June 1, 1945; K 
59312-59323. 

Arnold, Harry A. 8725 

Genealogical chart. © May 19, 1945; I 36169. 

Arrowhead airways, L. Millar Wittig, prop. 8726 
Certificate of solo. © May 8, 1945; K 59169. 

Ashburn, Edward Victor. 8727 

Analysis of the maximum and minimum tempera- 
tures for Washington, D. C. © July 5, 1945; I 36352. 

Ashley, David, inc. 8728 

Bear skin neck, RocIq)ort, Mass., 30; by An- 
thony Thieme. © Aug. 27, 1945; H 2961. 



Ashley, Frank W. 
Divider scale. 
I 36548. 



Direct reading. 



Atkinson, John E. & Nolan, Leo D. 
A. & N. super -Tiffany-clamp. 
1945; I 36288. 



8729 
© June 12,1945; 



8730 

© 1 c. May 12, 



Atlas bolt & screw co. 8731-8791 

Axles, 14052. - Brake beam and truck rod siq>- 
port, 18222. - Brake connecting rod, 14102. - Brake 
staff, pins, routing card, 17851. - C. I. dust collar, 
8677-A. - C. I. Journal box lid, 8676. - Cover, 
17850. - Draft gear btm. pl., steel S-1 and follower 
plate, 14074. - Draft gear side plate steel, 14076. - 
F. S. dead lever guide, stl. lever pins, 14103. - F. 
S. front brake lever, 14106. - F. S. hanger, 14116. - 
F. S. rear brake lever, 14105. - F. S. sheave bkt., 



189 



8792 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 40 



14104. - Hand rail, 17848. - Hinge, 17869. - Mis- 
cellaneous forgings, 17849. - Pedestal base, steel, 
14050. - C.S. beam hanger bkt., 11096. - S. C. dead- 
lever guide bkt., 11094. - S.C. journal box, 8675-A. 

- S. C. pedestal half, 11083. - S. C. spring pad, 
11084. - S. C. striking plate, 11085-A. - S. C. tool 
tray door, 11089. - S. C. tool tray door holder and 
pin, 11090. - Semi-elliptic spring S-1, 14065. - Stl. 
beam hanger pin, 14117. - Wearing plates S-1, 
striking plates S-2, 14066. - Wearing plates, 14049. 

- 40 ton test weight car, 16-689-B, 496-C. - 80,000 
lbs. scale test car, 16-496-B, 689-C. © 1 c. each 
July 28, 1945; I 36438-36471. 

C. I. floor plate, 12131-12138. -Cast steel lever, 
12140. - Elec. side delivery scale car, 144 cu. ft. 
cap'y. 6-424-C. - Truck side bearing, 17664. - 
Wiring diagram, 18017. - 5 ton 144 cu. ft. side 
dump elec. scale car, 5-424, 6-424-D. - 40 ft. coke 
quenching car, 5-415, 6-415-A—6-415-H,6-415-J— 
6-415-M. © 1 c. each Aug. 8, 1945; I 36502-36528. 



Austin, Michael Hoke. 

When war was inevitable. 
59156. 



8792 
© June 2, 1945; K 



Bachrach, inc. 8793, 8794 

Truman, Harry S., President of the United States, 
WA 24395-Hl, WA 26128-Cl. © Apr. 12, July 25, 
1945; J 38057, 38208. 

Badian, Albert A. 8795 

A new and novel liquid vapor diffuser. © 1 c. 
June 15, 1945; I 36270. 

Bailey, Maurice Stanton. 8796 

The ancient order of the Golden Dragon. © Aug. 
4, 1945; K 59243. 

Baker, David. 8797 

Space-solar house. © 1 c. July 16, 1945; I 36370. 

Bankers trust co. 8798-8800 

Fully taxable U. S. treasury obligations, gross 

yields and prices. © July 18, 1945; I 36384. 

Fully taxable U. S. treasury obligations, gross 

3rlelds and prices. - Partially tax-exempt U. S. 

treasury obligations, gross yields and prices. © 1 

c. each June 19, 1945; I 36284, 36285. 

Barker, Samuel Stuart. 8801 

Transmission line voltage, regulation calculator. 
© 1 c. July 27, 1945; I 36430. 

Bastien, Bernie J. 8802 

River scene. © 1 c. May 18, 1945; J 38203. 

Baunach, August. 8803 

Jiffy wedge lock. © 1 c. July 22, 1945; I 36425. 

Beauvais print. 8804 

Fishing hazards. © May 1, 1945; K 59148. 

Bennett, John E. & Bennett, Claude L. 8805 

Combination powder tooth brush. © 1 c. Aug. 
10, 1945; I 36545. 

Bethlehem steel co. 8806-8809 

Cause - report frayed wires to foreman. © July 

10, 1945; K 59209. 

For your future security buy war bonds and keep 

them. © July 9, 1945; K 59207. 

He looks to you to stay on the job. © June 11, 

1945; K 59208. 



When you feel like taking a day off, think of him, 
stay on thejob. © June 18, 1945; K 59210. 

Beull, Marjorie H. 8810 

Merry Christmas, Little Lulu card no. 15X104-5. 
© Apr. 11, 1945; K 59192. 

Bilfred enterprises. 8811-8814 

Frame my wish and keep me with you, 1-4. © 
July 18, 1945; K 59219-59222. 

Bittenfield, Morris. 8815 

Drawings to shape, determine dimensions across 
flats of diamond and diamond shaped locaters. © 
1 c. May 23, 1945; I 36409. 

Blackburn, Wendell Holmes. 8816, 8817 

Freedom is our code, 1, 2. © 1 c. each Sept. 4, 
1945; J 38385, 38386. 



Blanchett, Charles A. 

Hopes. © May 25, 1945; K 58289. 



8818 



Blaschak, Leonard. 8819 

Set screw holder. © 1 c. June 16, 1945; I 36398. 

Bloch, Abraham Louis. 8820 

Arrow heart book mark, plas-tec products. © 
1 c. June 19, 1945; I 36281. 

Boehm, Paul F. 8821-8827 

Adjustable roundedge, 390805. © 1 c. June 27, 
1945; I 36310. 

Ellipse modifier, 450619, 450730, 450814. © 1 
c. June 26, Aug. 6, 21,1945;I 36300, 36498, 36574. 

Ridge clasp, 450611. © 1 c. June 13, 1945; 
I 36261. 

Ridge clasp wrist watch bracelet, 450624-A. - 
Snap hinge and slip hinge clasp, 450623. © 1 c. 
each July 28, 1945; I 36428, 36429. 

Bond-nite America, inc. 8828 

Bond-nite America. © Nov. 1, 1943; K 59295. 

Bonvouloir, Lionel. 8829 

Type-o-line. © 1 c. July 25, 1945; I 36511. 

Bosworth, Welles. . 8830 

Pedestal setting and setting for statue of Man 
O' War. © 1 c. July 14, 1945; I 36538. 

Boynton, Sherrill E. & Stein, Russell W. 8831 

Improved mixed drink glass. © 1 c. May 16, 
1945; I 36144. 

Bressler editorial cartoons co. Victory -builders 
div. 8832-8847 

Don't gamble with death, protect yourself, use 
all safety devices, B-187..- Right now every minute 
counts, our work powers the attack, B-186. © Feb. 
16, 1945; K 59239, 59240. 

Don't get caught off base, play it safe, give this 
job all you've got and win, B-198. - No time to let 
loose, it's a fight to a finish, B-199. © July 5, 
1945: K 59232, 59233. 

Don't treat 'em rough, good tools make your j(* 
easier, B-196. - Give him the old one-two punch, 
B-197. © June 1, 1945; K 59234, 59235. 

Got a whale of an idea? Turn it in, cash in, 
B-194. - He's paid to risk his neck, you re not , 
don't toke risks, B-195. © May 10, 1945; K 59225, 
59226. 



190 



no. 8, 1945 



CLASSES H-K 



8891 



Hey, fellers, I sold my idea, so can you, if your 
idea is good, turn it in and see, B-193. - Job jumping 
don't pay, you can make good right here, B-192. © 
Apr. 27, 1945; K 59227, 59228. 

I maybe seeing you, if you get careless, B-200. - 
You may be next, B-201. © Aug. 3, 1945; K 59230, 
59231 

Is his finger pointing at' us? Have we failed to 
do our part, B-189. - Only a dope would do this, 
always be careful, B- 188. © Feb. 26, 1945; K 59237, 
59238. 

It takes less than a minute for a man to die, 
killing time can kill men too, B-190. - Tou don't 
belong on this job, B-191. © Mar. 19, 1945; K 
59229, 59236. 

Bridges, Mary Ethel. 8848 

Dynamic radar, atomic oxide, archet3npol form 
spheroidal, dynamic symmetry. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 
1945; I 36577. 

Brigham, George B. 8849 

Brigham building system, floor plans. © 1 c. 
June 30, 1945; I 36325. 

Brown & Bigelow. 8850, 8851 

I'll play these. - You win. © Jan. 2, 1945; K 
59354, 59355. 

Bruce, Robert W. 8852 

Poker royal. © July 2, 1945; K 59183. 

Bryant, Frederick W. 8853 

The glama stick, liquids conveyor-applicator. 
© 1 c. July 12, 1945; I 36364. 

Buettner, Charles. 8854 

Welcome home. © July 15, 1945; K 59342. 

Bulletin co. 8855-8859 

The eyes have it at the Cirminellos. © June 4, 
1945; K 58300. 

Philadelphia quadruplets^ in pensive mood. © 
Aug. 21, 1945; K 59296. 

Philadelphia's lively quadruplets are 3 months 
old today. © Feb. 1, 1945; K 58847. 

Philadelphia's quadruplets at home in their cribs. 
© Feb. 6, 1945; K 58804. 

Philadelphia's quadruplets leave the hospital for 
their new home. © Feb. 5, 1945; K 58805. 

Burg, Bertha R. 8860-8862 

Vee. - Zax. - 4 U. © 1 c. each Nov. 27, 1944; 
I 36136-36138. 

Cahaney, James Michael. 8863 

[Sign painting] © June 8, 1945; I 36351. 

Campbell, RoUin E. 8864 

Octave tone wheel. © 1 c. July 11, 1945; I 36365. 

CampbeU, Rollin E. & James, Kenneth H. 8865 

Tone wheel fundamental & l-2-3-4-5-7-9-ll-15th 
harmonics. © June 17, 1945; I 36274. 

Carlton machine tool co. 8866 

Carlton radial drilling machines. © 1 c. July 
27, 1945; J 38174. 

Carroll photo service. 8867, 8868 

Santa AniU derby. © June 23, 1945; J 38205. 
Santa Anita handicap. © June 30, 1945; J 38204. 



Carter, Eugene Ryland. 8869-8872 

The bandbox. - The little theater. - The music 

hall. © 1 c. each May 24, 1945; I 36173-36175. 
The sightseer. © 1 c. May 30, 1945; I 36183. 

Catalda fine arts, inc. 8873 

Lady in blue; by Henry W. PickersglU. © June 
25, 1945; H 2952. 

Chase -Statler. 8874 

Truman, Harry S. © May 11, 1945; J 38035. 

Chicago pump co. 8875 

Flow of air in pipes. © 1 c. June 3, 1945; 
I 36294. 

Cimini, Pasquale L. 8876-8878 

Buffalo civic centre traffic tube and subwa]^ 
Cimini & Hanavan plan. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1945; 
I 36539. 

Cimini-Hanavan-final proposed Buffalo civic 
center subway plan. © 1 c. June 6, 1945; I 36260. 

Proposed Buffalo new subway loop Cimini-Hana- 
vanplan. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1945; I 36280. 

City national bank & trust co. 8879 

Here y'are, give it to us with both barrels. © 
July 14, 1945; K 59292. 



Clark, Arthur Freeland. 
United nation's hall. 
,1 36165. 



8880 
1 c. May 21, 1945; 



Cleland, Thomas Maitland. 

Theatre. © June U, 1945; K 58299. 



8881 



Coca-cola co. 8882, 8883 

Meet the people today with coolers. © July 31, 

1945; J 38313. 

Meet the people today with effective advertising. 

© July 31, 1945; J 38298. 

Coletta, Nicholas. 8884 

Laredo Looie. © June 8, 1945; K 59194. 

College book store. 8885^ 

Penquest river at Belvidere, N. J. © Sept. 8, 
1944; K 59166. 

Collins, Frank J. 8886 

Handy surveyor and computer. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 
1945; I 36489. 

Comet model airplane & supply co., inc. 8887 

Phantom flash R. O. G. © Sept. 30, 1938; 
I 36484. 

Cony, Rudolph. 8888 

Prie Dieu, prayers' altar. © 1 c. July 14, 1945; 
J 38253. 

Cook, L. L., CO. 8889 

Detroit, Michigan, Detroit city airport, Conner 
at Gratiot, K42. © Aug. 7, 1945; J 38257. 

Coon, Nelson. 8890 

Bounty of the wayside. © July 14, 1945; K 59359. 

Corbitt, Charles Windsor. 8891 

Corbitt LOP plotter. © 1 c. June 29, 1945; 
I 36356. 



191 



8892 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. IV, n, 8., V. 40 



Countxy cards. 

Grcsn valley 
K 59160, 59161. 

1811 houst. © May 20, 1945; K 59159. 



8892-8894 
White valley. © June 25, 1945; 



Cow ham engineering co. 8895-8902 

Russia project typical layout: 

Proposal no. 1, hard limestone rock and clay, 
A-1~C-1. - Proposal no. 2, chalk and clay, pro- 
posed layout of cement plant, A-2— C-2. - Propos- 
al no. 3, hard limestone, rock and slag, proposed 
layout of slag cement plant, A-3, B-3. © May 10, 
1945; I 36154-36161. 

Crawford, Thomas D. 8903, 8904 

The Crawford internal combustion turbine gas 

engine. © Aug. 14, 1945; I 36558. 

The Crawford jet for rotary internal combustion 

engines. © 1 c. May 20, 1945; I 36296. 

Cross CO. 8905-8943 

Automatic axle turning lathe, A-25250. - Pro- 
posed double end boring machine for tool joints, 
A-25294. - Proposed gaging machine for bearing 
balls, A-25261. - Proposed machine for rolling hub 
on propeller blade, A-25401, 1, 2. - Proposed 
special ten station, two way, horizontal drill, bore 
and face machine for piston, A-25400. - Proposed 
thread and bore milling machine, A.2 5024. - Strad- 
dle facii^ machine for two cylinder engine block, 
A.25116. © 1 c. June 25, 1945; I 36301-36308. 

Cross reaming machine proposal drawings, A- 
24960. - Proposal, index machine to counter bore 
and tap part N-26936, A-24600. - Proposal of con- 
tinuous mill machine for strap door hinge, A-24922, 
1, 2. - Proposal, two way boring machine part N- 
21038, A-24706. - Proposal, two way boring machine 
part N-26936, A-24705. - Proposal, two way drilling 
machine, manifold and end, A-24521. - Porposal, 
two way machine for machining spider ends, A- 
24973. - Proposal, two way tapping machine, mani- 
fold face and end, A-24522. - Proposal, two way 
tapping machine, tap angular holes, A-24526. - Pro- 
posed continuous drilling machine for drilling four 
holes in wing shaft, A-25050. - Proposed four way 
machine to drUl 4-55/64 holes in part 9N-4204, A- 
2482 7. - Proposed gaging and sorting machine for 
cam rollers, A-24952. - Proposed tapered roller 
size gaging machine, A-24978. - Proposed three 
way taping and boring machine, A-24524. - Pro- 
posed tool layout for two way machine for machin- 
ing spider ends, A-24755. - Proposed two way 
drilling and tapping machine, A-24523. - Proposed 
two way drilling machine, drill angular holes, A- 
24525. - Proposed two way drilling machine, top and 
bottom, A-24519. - Proposed two way four station 
boring, counterboring and reaming machine, A- 

24863. - Proposed two way machine to drill, face 
and ream, A-24864. - Special two way, four sUition, 
spot drill, counter-bore and center drill machine, 
A-24982. - Tool layout for two way boring, counter- 
bore, facing and reaming machine, A-24863. - Tool 
layout machine for spider ends, A-24973. - Tool 
layout two way machine to drill, face and ream, A- 

24864. © 1 c. each May 28, 1945; I 36185-36209. 
Double spindle thread milling machine, A-25399. 

- Proposed centering and facing machine for car 
axles, A-25245. - Proposed machine to cut off ends 
of axle forgings, A-25308. - Proposed multiple 
spindle gashing machine for roller bits, A-25684. - 
Proposed three station slot and chamfer grinding 
machine, A-25370. - Special chamfering machine, 
A-25643. © 1 c. each July 19, 1945; I 36376-36381. 



Crothers, William L. & Hornsby, Thomas. 8944 
Profiles, half breadths, body plans, deck plan & 
details, submarine U. S. S. Perch. © May 25. 1945- 
136295. ' 

Crum, Eben Jefferson. 8945 

Calculator, percentage reduction of area. © 
June 7, 1945; I 36572, 

Cunningham, Marion. 8946-8959 

Bouquet. - California cable car. - Chinatown. - 

Flower stand. - Golden gate, - Matador. - Nob hill. 

- Powell cable car. - Tebuana. - Turntable. - 
Waterfront. © Nov. 17, 1944; K 59115-59118. 
59121-59127. 

Ferry terminal. - Memorial opera. - The plaza. 
© May 18, 1945; K 59113, 59114, 59128. 

Cunningham, Marion & Severance, Jerome. 

8960, 8961 
Ahpay. - Hibiscus. © Nov. 28, 1944; K 59119. 
59120. 

Dahnke, Kathryn M. 8962-8966 

Adoration. - The conqueror rides up Broadway. 

- Expectancy. - Fulfillment. - Gravitation. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 11, 1945; J 38281-38285. 

Danziger, Leonard. 8967 

Danziger's placard for seats. This seat taken. 
Returning directly. © June 24, 1945; K 59155. 

DeFilippi, Armando Paolo. 8968 

Phonograph-transmitter. © 1 c. July 31, 1945; 
I 36487. 

Demarest, L. McGregor. 8969-8986 

Bond prices, Dow -Jones average, 40 bonds. - 
Construction contracts awarded. - Corporate com- 
mon stock dividends, 152 companies. - Corporate 
net profits, 152 companies. - Dow -Jones industrial 
averages. - Durable manufactures. - Employment 
in durable manufactures. - Employment in non- 
durable manufactures. . Factory weekly earnings. - 
Farm income. - Incomeipayments. - Industrial pro- 
duction. - Nonagricultural employment. - Non- 
durable manufactures. • - Prices of 889 commodities 

- Retail sales. - Short term interest rates. - U. S. 
government expenditures. © lAay 7, 1945; I 36333- 
36350. 

Deschler, M. B. 8987-8989 

C type fixed panel, Y101-Y102. - CSV type sliding 
ventilator window, Y103-Y104. © 1 c. each June 
22, 1945; I 36291, 36292. 

Deck windows, self-contained triple or quad- 
ruple sections, Y-96. © 1 c. May 9, 1945; I 36211. 

DeWeese, Fred C. 8990 

The DeWeese transformer leading calculator. 
© 1 c. Aug. 2, 1945; I 36482. 

Disney, Walt, productions. 8991, 8992 

Season's greetings: 

Bambi card no. 25X103-5. © May 22, 1945; 
K 59193. 

Donald Duck card no. 10X103-5. © Mar. 6, 
1945; K 59191. 

Dixon, George F., jr. 8993 

Landing craft, tank, LCT. Solid scale model. © 
1 c. Aug. 8, 1945; I 36500. 



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Doak, Hugh. 8994 

Mountain cabin, near Manchester, Tennessee. 
© /une 1, 1945; J S8169. 

Donald art co., inc. 8995 

American beauties. © July 1, 1945; K 59112. 

Donaldson, Anna Streeter. 8996 

TUt-a-plan, 3. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1945; I 36555. 

Donoghue, William F. 8997 

Grid-gral. © June 6, 1945; I 36275. 

Dowd, Arthur. 8998 

A real health stamp. © July 23, 1945; K 58913. 

Dragoun, Fred William. 8999 

They will need the church, the church will need 
them. © Aug. 10, 1945; K 59218. 

Du Pont, Francis I., 6 co. 9000 

Monthly range of London railroad stock average 
contrasted with Dow Jones railroad stock average. 
© May 18, 1945; I 36266. 

Edmonston studio. 9001 

Truman, Harry S. © Apr. 1, 1945; J 38058. 

Elliott, Lyle E. 9002 

Block-stix pull toy construction set. © 1 c. Aug. 
2, 1945; I 36488. 

Elowson, Erhardt Michael. 9003 

Public address amplifier. © 1 c. July 12, 1945; 
I 36367. 

Emery, George Sumner. 9004-9008 

Binder parts, 3-7. © 1 c. May 14, 1945;I 36223- 
36227. 

Erie, Alfred. 9009 

Love is. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1945; I 36565. 

Escar motion picture service, inc. 9010-9018 

Machine shop work. Operations on the horizon- 
tal boring mill: 

Contour face milling, 3. - Drilling, tapping, 
stub-boring, and reaming, 6. - Face milling with a 
fixture, 2. - Rough line-boring, 5. - Setup for face 
milling with a fixture, 1. - Setup for rough line- 
boring, 4. © July 1, 1945; J 38244, 38246, 38247, 
38249, 38251, 38252. 

Machine shop work. Operations on the turret, 
lathe: 

Chuck work, part 1. Setting up the hex turret 
tools, 2. - Chuck work, part 2. Setting up tools for 
combined cuts, 3. - The turret lathe, an introduc- 
tion, 1. © July 1, 1945; J 38245, 38248, 38250. 

Esselburn, Paul T., studio. 9019 

Portrait 636. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1945; J 38311. 

Fadner, George B. 9020 

White print machine inqirovements. © June 25, 
1945; I 36436. 

Fallon, William Thompson. 9021 

Charlotte M. © Apr. 7, 1945; I 36171. 

Farmers national bank. 9022 

It's yours if you plan for tomorrow. © Joly 13, 
1945; K 59195. 



9082 
9023 



Faulkner, Clara. 

Mitzi. © June 26, 1945; J 38155. 



Feldman, Meyer. 9024 

Auxiliary train exhaust smoke pipe or elimina- 
tor. © 1 c. July 8, 1945; I 36357. 

FUlet, John. 9025 

Hand measurement. © 1 c. June 24, 1945; I 36309. 

Filmcraft productions. 9026-9029 

Foundry practice. Machine molding: 

Molding on a jolt roll-over pattern draw 
machine, 2. - Molding on a jolt squeeze machine, 1. 
© July 1, 1945; J 38241, 38242. 
Foundry woik. Melting practice: 

Charging and operating a cupola, 2. - Pre- 
paring a cupola for charging, 1. © July 1, 1945; J 
38240, 38243. 

Fischer, Ray Louis. 9030 

Rulaform. © Julay 10, 1945; I 36167. 

Flanagan, J. E. 9031, 9032 

Electric wiring diagram. Automatic bowling 
pin set-up machine, D-2541, 1, 2. © July 20, 1945; 
I 36549, 36550. 

Fleischman, Trude. 9033 

The West coast wonderland. © Dec. 10, 1940; J 
38202. 

Flood, Luetta Porter. 903^ 

A powder box with an inside spring. © 1 c. July 
20, 1945; I 36580. 

Fogelman, Martin. 9035 

Hendricks chapel, Syracuse university. © 1 c. 
Aug. 25, 1945; J 38371. 

Foote, Donald K. 9036 

Don Footers westerner class C. © May 2, 1945; 
I 36277. 

Ford, Ivon R., lumber co. 9037-9046 

Floor plan, solar no. L-450B2. © July 1, 1945; 
I 36421. 

Installation details of floor, sidewall, partition, 
ceiling, kneewall, roof & gable sections. - Manu- 
facturing & installation details for ceiling panels. - 
Manufacturing & installation details for gable sec- 
tions & kneewall trusses. - Manufacturing & instal- 
lation details for roof sections. - Manufacturing & 
installation instructions for floor sections. - Manu- 
facturing details & installation instructions for jack 
rafter roof panels for 8'- 12' pitch. - Partition L 
sidewall panel .connection details. - Partition panel 
framing & wallboard cuts std. door frames. - Side- 
wall panel framing. Sheathing & wallboard cuts, 
1 1/8 plane rail windows in std. frame. © June 
20, 1945; I 36412-36420. 

Forsyth, Louis N. 9047 9048 

Border bridge, 1891. - Sub. hull, 1898. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 30, 1945; J 38376, 38377. 

Fravessi-Lamont, inc. 9049-9082 

American lotus, 25 E 1283. - Birthday greetings, 
10 B 533, 25 B 1192. - Birthday wishes. Quite a 
few, just for you, 10 B 511. - Brim full of good 
wishes, 10 M 1407. - Daffodil and sweet violet, 25 
E 1284. - Every good wish for your birthday and 
many hsq>py returns, 25 B 1191. - Fringed gentian, 



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water crowfoot, marsh pink, 25 E 1286. - Good 
luck. Happy birthday, 15B1115. - Happy birthday, 
10 B 535, 15 B 1107, 15 B 1136, - Happy birthday. 
Even though I'm not so fast, 10 B 501, - Hello, 10 
M 1406. - I'm not spoofing! It's perfectly true, 
10 M 1404. - Lucinda, 10 E 1322. - Relax, happy 
birthday, 25 B 1195. - Ride a-cock-horse to your 
birthday, of course, 10 B 543. - Sending you this 
wish excites me, 25 B 1194. - Slow and easy, lots 
of rest, 10 C 1606. - Swamp rose mallow and cat- 
tail, 25 E 1285. - Take it from me, 10 C 1608. - 
This really isn't ballyhoo, 10 M 1405. - To a special 
pair on a special day, 10 A 1703. - Ups-a daisy, 10 
C 1605. - Welcome to the new arrival, 10 J 1830. - 
What's the matter? Feeling sick, 10 C 1607. - Wild 
lillies, pickerel weed, 25 E 1287. - Yellow and showy 
lady's slipper, grasspinks, 25 E 1282. - 10 E 1318. 
- 10 E 1320. - 25 E 1288. - 25 E 1289. © Apr. 1, 
1945; K 59360-59392. 

What's the matter? Feeling sick, 10 C 1607. © 
Apr. 1, 1945; K 58294. 

Frick collection. 9083-9086 

Boucher, Francois: 

Autumn. - Sprii^. - Summer. - Winter, © 
July 20, 1945; H 2948-2951. 

Fuld, Florentine M. 9087 

Fuld, Leonard Felix. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1945; J 
38286. 

Gardner, Elizabeth C. 9088-9093 

Activity sheet, 1-6, © June 18, 1945; K 59262- 
59267, 

Garr, Oscar A. 9094, 9095 

Split rim-details set forth in drawings improve- 
ment in automobile rims. © 1 c. June 21, 1945; 
I 36287. 

Two piece automobile license plate with com- 
partments for holding letters and figures, all of 
which is to be made of plastic. © 1 c. June 18, 1945; 
I 36276. 

General biological supply house, inc. 9096-9102 
Coelenterate types, CR6.8. - Common fleshy 
fungi, CR59.2. - Echinoderms, CR9.2. - House fly 
life history, CR20,71. - Hydrozoans, CR7.2. - Mol- 
lusk types, CR21.4. - Wood anatomy, CR83.4, © 
Apr. 10, 1945; I 36247-36253. 

General motors corp. Fisher body div. 9103 

In on the kUl. © July 30, 1945; K 59347, 

General timber service, inc. 9104 

Factory built panel house. © July 1, 1945; 
I 36369. 

Gingham house. 9105 

This is me. © June 20, 1945; K 59348. 

Glanzer, Sid. 9106, 9107 

Lee on Dipsey Doodle, 2, - Riding an outlaw, 1. 
© 1 c. each Aug. 8, 1945; J 38258, 38259. 

Gluckman, Maxfield. 9108 

Sectional wall shelves and arrai^ements. © 1 
c. June 6, 1945; I 36236. 

Gold, Max. 9109 

The jiffy snap-on line support. © July 2, 1945; 
I 36433. 



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Goldberg, Arthur S. quo 

A miracle. © 1 c. June 20, 1945; J 38023. 

Goldring, Samuel S. gm^ 9112 

Come in or I'll shoot! © Sept. 5, 1945; K 59190, 
I said a couple of highballs. © Apr. 15, 1945: K 

59224. 



Goodman, A. 9113^ gug 

Scoble, Helen: 

[Reproduction of needlework in color] 1, 2. 
© June 8, 1945; H 2943, 2944. 

[Reproduction of needlework in color, size] 
30-3/8 X 30-3/8, 14-5/8 x 25-3/8. © June 8, 1945; 
H 2943, 2944. 

Gottlieb, Virginia Adams. 9117 

Coordinate azimuth ring. © May 26, 1945- 
I 36220. 

Graham, Roy S. 9118 

[Certificate of membership in Standard Lodge 
no. 873, A. F. & A. M. of Chicago, Hllnois] © July 
7, 1945; K 59154. 

Graphic films. 9119-9121 

Engineering. Principles of refrigeration. - En- 
gineering series. Heat treatment of aluminum, 1, 
2. © June 1, 1945; J 38254-38256. 

Greenberg, F. K. 9122 

Discount calculator. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1945; 
I 36584. 

Greenlee, Lyman E. 9123, 9124 

Fluorescent driving light. © July 14, 1945; 

I 36375. 

Fluorescent lamp circuits. © 1 c. May 21, 1945; 

I 36162. 

Gross, Edward, co., inc. 9125-9132 

Bubbles. - Hi there. - Is that so. - Lazybones. - 
Mmmm. - Peek-a-boo. - Puzzled. - Who, me. © 
July 18, 1945; K 58791-58798, 

Gysi, Max. 9133 

The Master calls; by Percy Young, © Mar. 17, 
1945; H 2946. 

Hackney, Winston Myron. 9134-9136 

A clock with interior electric lights and with 
mechanism constructed so that 2 circles of light 
follow the pointer ends of the hour and minute hands 
around as the hands rotate, 71, © 1 c. June 25, 
1945; I 36298. 

A transparent plastic face -powder box with dif- 
ferently colored plastic rings placed one above an- 
other, 70. © 1 c. June 2, 1945; I 36215. 

A transparent plastic or glass perfumery bottle 
with a square shape having a square projecting base 
constructed in 2 parts which are screwed together 
at the bottom by 2 mating spiral threads which acts 
as a seal to prevent dust from filtering up interior 
planes, 72. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1945; I 36553. 



Hall, Bob. 9137-9144 

First Montana artist, - He found color. - The 
hitch rack. - Horse flesh and leather. - Howdi mam. 
- An old time fort. - The Red River cart. - The 
roper. © June 22, 1945; K 58806-58813. 



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9223 



Hall, Russell J. 9145 

Cylinder for sugar application to malignant 
growths. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1945; I 36581, 

Hall of art. 9146-9148 

Countryside; by Charles E. Sutterlin. - Mexican 

market; by Louise Kelly. © July 11, 1945; H 2941, 

2942. 

[Turbulent surf]; by Charles D. Vickery, © Aug. 

24, 1945; H 2960. 

Hamilton watch co. 9149 

Graphic method of determining specific gravity 

of liquid substances. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1945; I 36551. 

Hansen, David, & Jeffries, LeRoy. 9150 

Tooth mirror. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1945; I 36134. 

Har films, inc. 9151 

Machine shop work, operations on the planer. 
Planing a flat surface, 1. © June 1, 1945; J 38319. 

Harte, John J., co. 9152 

A proposal for a national memorial park to Frank- 
lin Delano Roosevelt at Warm Springs, Ga. © 1 c. 
May 31, 1945; I 36210. 

Hauser, Frank A. 9153 

Four freedoms. © Aug. 22, 1945; K 59345. 

Hearst consolidated publications, inc. 9154-9192 

Ain't it a grand and glorious feelin'. © Aug. 16, 
1945; K 59258. 

All aboard. © Aug. 23, 1945; K 59324. 

All that's holding him up. © July 26, 1945; K 
59134. 

Blood, sweat and tears. © July 27, 1945; K 59144. 

Can't blame a guy for asking. © jjly 17, 1945; 
K 58799. 

Christmas in August. © Aug. 22, 1945; K 59337. 

Come to papa. © July 18, 1945; K 58848^ 

Don't be a mutt. © Aug. 25, 1945; K 59339. 

Don't let him fool you. © Aug. 2, 1945; K 59181. 

Down to his level? © Aug. 18, 1945; K 59268. 

Fed-up. © Aug. 17, 1945; K 59269. 

For the blue chips. © July 19, 1945; K 58849. 

His dreams are getting better all the time. © 
June 9, 1945; K 58297. 

His last ally. © July 23, 1945; K 58915. 

His place in the sun, © Aug. 7, 1945; K 59203. 

Into the wide blue yonder 1 © Aug. 1, 1945; K 
59162. 

It's not new but it's dangerous. © July 30, 1945; 
K 59260. 

Let's you and him fight. © July 31, 1945; K 
59177. 

Look who's talking. © Aug. 8, 1945; K 59211. 

Man who came to dinner. © Aug. 27, 1945; K 
59346. 

More truth than poetry. © July 28, 1945; K 
59133. 

The only way h« can save it! © Aug. 10, 1945; 
K 59245. 

Our sons of heaven. © Aug. 24, 1945; K 59338. 

Pffft. © Aug. 3, 1945; K 59182. 

Picking up the pieces. © Aug. 9, 1945; K 59212. 

Please do not disturb. © June 8, 1945; K 58298. 

Shades of Perry. © Aug. 28, 1945; K 59356. 

The spirit of*45. © July 3, 1945; K 58516. 

A split personality. © July 25, 1945; K 59099. 

Still having eye trouble. © Aug. 20, 1945; K 
59259. 

Still wading in, © Aug. 6, 1945; K 59197. 



StUl wriggling? © July 24, 1945; K 59098. 

Thank God. © Aug. 15, 1945; K 59293. 

Tomorrow's soundphoto? © July 20, 1945; K 
58914. 

Turning on the light. © June 6, 1945; K 58284. 

What price glory? © Aug. 21, 1945; K 59294. 

What's wrong with this picture? © Aug. 30, 
1945; K 59358. 

Which will it be this time? © Aug. 29, 1945; K 
59357, 

Would his face be red. © Aug. 4, 1945; K 59196. 

Hedrick, Charles Edward, sr. 9193 

Aircraft wind-effect estimator and elapsed time 
computer. © May 25, 1945; I 36172. 

Hence, Ernest. 9194 

Lady, A-9609. © 1 c. Apt. 13, 1945; J 38034. 

Hermitage art co., inc. 9195, 9196 

My Christmas gift to my church, 1267, 1278. © 
July 27, 1945; K 59167, 59168. 

Herrmann, Erich S., inc. 9197, 9198 

Mother and child; by Diego Rivera. © June 20, 

1945; H 2954. 

Sunflowers; by Claude Monet. ® Aug. 7, 1945; 

H 2955. 

Hessler studio. 9199, 9200 

Truman, President Harry S. © July 5, 1945; K 

59246. 

Truman, President Harry S. © 1 c. Aug. 7,1945; 

J 38300. 

Higgins industries, inc. 9201-9210 

All-purpose camp trailer, P 21-2. - Higgins all- 
purpose trailer, P 21. - Higgins amphibious carrier 
model, mudhopper, P-20-2. - Higgins amphibious 
carrier model H, beachmaster, outboard profile and 
plan view, 3099-2. - Higgins trail-a-boat, all pur- 
pose amphibian trailer, P-19. - Thermonamel div. 
composite isometric descriptive only. © 1 c. each 
Aug. 20, 1945; I 36566-36571, 
Higgins: 

Thermonamel, 1-3. - Thermonamel window. 
© 1 c. each Aug. 13, 1945; I 36540-36543. 

Hill, Harry C. 9211, 9212 

During the civil war, 1861-1865. - The first to 
run* between Flint and Holly. © July 14, 1945; J 
38146, 38147. 

Himlan, Henry Edward. 9213 

Steel construction tool combination. © 1 c. Aug. 
13, 1945; I 36535. 

Hinton, Frayser. 9214-9222 

Cherry Valley, Arkansas, where the heavens 
greet the hills. - A delta plantation in the old mag- 
nolia state. - Enchantment, the lake in Riverside 
park. - The Harahan bridge over the Mississippi. - 
Inspiration, a home in Chickasaw gardens. - A pic- 
turesque scene along the Mississippi. - Saint John's 
Episcopal church, - Tower of the Idlewild Presby- 
terian church, - Where the river meets the rails. 
© Aug. 20, 1945; K 59303-59811. 



Hobby house. 

Higgins EB-1 helicopter. 
I 36423. 



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Hoffman, Catherine Mary. 9224 

Greetings, place war stamp here. © May 23, 
1945; K 58820. 

Hohmann, C. Chris. 9225 

Confirming our appointment. © May 15, 1945; 
K 58296. 

Holste, Merrill Richter. 9226 

Japan's sun is setting. © June 15, 1945; K 58517. 

Hooper, Frank B. 9227 

Pier. © 1 c. May 23, 1945; I 36170. 

Hoover co. 9228-9230 

The managers he makes. - Mr. X signs up. - A 
story in black and white. © 1 c. each July 10, 1945; 
J 38124, 38125, 38127. 

Home, William Holderness. 9231 

Plans for power driven block packer. © May 
31, 1945; I 36221. 

Houser, Lawrence Williams, co. 9232-9235 

Attarice. - Composite. - Double raceme. - Po- 
pily. © Apr. 3, 1945; J 38315-38318. 

Huchting, Carl H. 9236-9244 

Branding time, H2-C-5. -Peaceful waters, 8-WS. 

- Twin palms, 17-S. - Waterfall in the woods, 15-S. 

-Well, look who's here, 21 -A. -White faces, 39-C-2 . 

© 1 c, each July 7, 1945; J 38103-38108. 

Deciding, 13-A. - Green pastures, 5-A. - Puppies, 

32-A. © 1 c. each Aug. 28, 1945; J 38372-38374. 

Hudelson, H. W. 9245 

Hudelson's ideal hutch plans. © Aug. 14, 1945; 
I 36552. 



Hummel, Henry. 9246 

Three types of m<^netic thum tack drivers. © 
1 c. May 29, 1945; I 36180. 

Industrial abrasives, inc. 9247 

Zurium bonded diamond wheel-speed conver- 
sion chart, © May 10, 1944; I 36478. 

Industrial research service. 9248 

Industrial research service's hitemp psychro- 
metrlc chart for air-water vapor mixtures at 1 atm. 
© Apr. 5, 1945; I 36176. 

Institute for American democracy, inc. 9249, 9250 
America's future, its children, © June 4, 1945; 
K 59153. 

Working side by side, in war and peace. Catho- 
lics, Protestants, Jews. © Aug. 21, 1945; K 59343. 

Intelligencer printing co. 9251, 9252 

The lights are on again all over the world. © 

Aug. 3, 1945; K 59335. 

Victory, peace, freedom around the world. © 

Aug. 3, 1945; K 59334. 

International art pub. co.. inc. 9253-9255 

Christ at thirty-three; by H. Hofmann. © Aug. 

13, 1945; H 2958. 

Love, labor and leisure; by Adolf Dehn. © July 

11, 1945; H 2940. 

Winter in the Cascades; by Robert Wood. © Aug. 

9, 1945; H 2957. 



Investographs. 9255 

1944 pressure indicator. © Apr. 13, 1945- 
I 36544. 

Irwin, Wallace Adams. 9257 

Child's toy bucking horse. © 1 c. June 22, 1945: 
I 36299. 

Jacobson, Abraham Jacob. 9258, 9259 

Novelty pencil eraser and mirror designs. © 1 

c. June 22, 1945; I 36293. 

A paper or metal label holder. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 

1945; I 36582. 

Jam Handy organization, inc. 9260-9264 

Automotive operation and maintenance. Auto- 
mobile operation: 

Keeping your car fit, 3. - Know your car, 1. - 
The periodic check-up, 4, - Trouble shooting your 
car, 5. - Your driving habits, 2. © May 1, 1945; J 
38175, 38177, 38179-38181. 

Jamack, Donald. 9265 

Don Jamack's double header race track and 
steeple chase course with athletic fields. © 1 c. 
June 11, 1945; I 36254. 

Jamack, Peter J. 9266-9294 

Aerial acrobatic airplanes and glider. © 1 c, 
June 12, 1945; I 36258. 

The American ace, hydroplane cabin cruiser 
toys. © 1 c. June 7, 1945; I 36239. 

The American cavalier tanks. © 1 c. Jime 25, 
1945; I 36297, 

The American chevron helicopter airplanes and 
freight carriers. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1945; I 36563. 

The American eagle, U. S. A., messenger's new 
point to point airplanes. © 1 c. June 4, 1945; I 36218. 

The American man of war of aviation. © 1 c. 
Aug. 17, 1945; I 36554. 

The American news hawk monoplane/s. © 1 c, 
Aug. 26, 1945; I 36588, 

Bottieneck projectile pistons. - Pre-fractionat- 
Ing, turbulent sphere pressure systems. © 1 c. each 
June 29, 1945; I 36315, 36316. 

Flame throwing airplanes. © 1 c. July 24, 1945; 
I 36578. 

Flat top rigger truck/s with center cab and 
rocker crane boom/s. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1945; 1 36585. 

Floating and undersea^ war plants. © 1 c. Aug. 
2, 1945; I 36483. 

Hercules. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1945; I 36564. 

The improved 3 point television unlimited. © 1 
c. May 18, 1945; I 36256. 

Jam-ace, the improved wings of the world, uni- 
versal level sphere. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1945; I 36497. 

Junior- e:q>erimental artillery and naval gun 
designs. - Robot aerial torpedoes. © 1 c. each 
Aug. 14, 1945; I 36546, 36547. 

The Labyrinthine. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1945; I 36583. 

New beer compressor, syphon systems. © 1 c. 
July 14, 1945; I 36529. 

The new creeper vehicles for junior. © 1 c. 
June 4, 1945; I 36235. 

The new type air scoop airplanes with new 
double wings dancette tips and propellor designs 
open scoops at hubs. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1945; I 36531. 

New wing, extension tips airplanes and gliders. 
© 1 c. June 12, 1945; I 36259. 

Pleasure craft, speed-boat helicopters. © 1 c. 
Aug, 8, 1945; I 36561. 

The S. S. Hermes Nald, © 1 c. June 16, 1945; 
I 36269. 



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Triple cone-inversion experimental pilot plants 
for liquids, chemicals & oil stills, piping and flow 
calculating and formulating new processes. © l c. 
June 30, 1945; I 36387. 

Triple cream distillation units. © 1 c. July 5, 
1945; I 36437. 

The U. S. A., monarch of the land, sea and air. 
© 1 c. July 30, 1945; I 36431. 

The U. S. S. Oceanic wave high speed. © 1 c. 
June 18, 1945; I 36273. 

Vertical helicopter rockets. © 1 c. July 31, 
1945; I 36434. 

James, Kenneth H. St Campbell, Rollin E. 9295 

Musical instrument organ duplication mechaiiism^ 
© 1 c. May 21, 1945; I 36163. 

Janssens, Anna, & Wokeck, Herman. 9296 

Household measuring device. © 1 c. June 15, 
1945; I 36264. 

Jansson, Arvld. 9297 

Tire release ram. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1945;! 36135. 

Jensen, Albert O. 9298 

Complete interior and exterior blue-prints of 

specialized warehouse. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 1945; I 36501. 

Jones, Harry Edward. 9299 

International time. © Aug. 23, 1945; K 59349. 

Jones, Percy T. 9300-9316 

Beagle puppies, 15602-37, 15602-38. © 1 c. 
each July 8, 1945; J 38114, 38115. 
Fala: 

Begging, poses 1, 2, 14517-23, 14517-12. - 
Drinking, 145f3-32. - Bating, poses 1, 2, 14522-3, 
14522-21. - Jumping, poses 1,2,14519-56,14519-18. 
- Running, 14520-35. - Shaking hands with Prince 
Harold of Norway, 14527-7. - Sitting, poses 1-3, 
14514-7, 14515-14, 14515-1. - Sitting up begging 
for Prince Harold of Norway, poses 1, 2, 14526-2, 
14526-4. - Tied up. 14516-5. © 1 c. each June 16, 
1945; J 38036-38050. 

Justis, Charles Eugene, sr. 9317-9323 

Justa barn or cottage. © May 15, 1945; I 36148. 
Justa home: 

Basement plan with associated elevations. © 
June 27, 1945; I 36317. 

Basement, roof plans, and poultry house. - 
Floor plans. - Plans and elevations with dormer 
windows. - Rear and front elevations. - Side eleva- 
tions. © May 15, 1945; I 36149-36153. 

Kalpress. 9324-9332 

Babe, Paul Bunyan's big blue ox, 45-66. - Big 
Joe, Paul Bunyan's pancake cook, 45-33. - Big Ole, 
Paul Bunyan's blacksmith, 45-22. - Bunyan, Paul, 
45-88. - Bunyan, Paul, post cards, 45-99. - Bun- 
yan's, Paul, dinner horn, 45-55. - Bunyan's, Paul, 
reversible dog, 45-44. - Double-end mosquitoes at 
Paul Bunyan's camp, 45-77. - Inkslinger, Johnny, 
Paul Bunyan's bookkeeper, 45-11. © Aug. 14, 1945; 
K 59247-59255. 

Ks^>lan, Max. 9333 

Lo<* at me, I'm a civilian. © July 13, 1945; K 
58818. 

Karol, Reuben H. 9334 

Slide rule scales and directions for using them. 
© 1 c. June 15, 1945; I 36318. 



Keller, Paul John. 9335 

Immaculate heart of Mary; by Paul John Keller. 
© July 14, 1945; H 2939. 

Kellogg CO. 9336 

Stop figurin' Sarge. © July 26, 1945; K 59261. 

Kennedy, Donald S. 9337 

Reversible pitch hydraulic airplane propeller. 
© 1 c. Aug. 2, 1945; I 36491. 

Kimbal, Alfred. 9333 

Combination air-pressure dust remover and 

centrifugal dust separator. ©Aug. 17, 1945; 1 36557. 

King features syndicate, inc. 9339-9350 

Demure Yvonne, 2-317, - Five little girls in a 
row, Z-314. - Marie poses for Emilie, Z-319. - 
Profile of Cecile, Z-316. - Quints try photography, 
Z-315. - SmUing Emilie, Z-313. - Wistful Annette, 
Z-318. © May 12, 1945; J 38213-38219. 

Dionne, Annette and Cecile, Z-309. - Dionne, 
Emilie and Annette, Z-310. - Marie wltha memory, 
Z-312. - A rainy afternoon, Z-311. © Apr. 17, 
1945; J 38209-38212. 

[Everybody helps] © June 18, 1945; K 59271. 

Kramer, Alice Farnum, d. b. a. Farnum, Alice. 

9351-9376 
Nursery creations, A-Z. © Jtor. 21, 1945; K 
58821.58846. 

Kunzli bros., ltd. 9377 

Our Lady with Child Jesus Madonna, 1024; by 
Antonio Ed. Muller. © Feb. 19, 1945; H 2947. 

Langley, William. 9378, 9379 

Dallas skyline with: 

Cattle. - Cattle and cowboy. © May 12, 1945; 
J 38361, 38362. 

Leadbetter, Horace Frank. 9380 

Shot skUl. © 1 c. June 16, 1945; I 36268. 

Leam pub. co. 9381-9389 

Attention! New mothers! © Oct. 4, 1944- K 
59102. 

A doctor has to know all the answers. - Quiz for 
nurses. © Sept. 30, 1944; K 59101, 59103. 

Mothers 1 This attached post card may save the 
life of your baby! Read why! - Pul-1-e-e-ze ma! 
© Oct. 5, 1944; K 59100, 59104. 

Only this diaper service, no other, offers you 
germ-proofed diapers. - Warning! Don't subscribe 
to a diaper service unless it bears this seal. © 
Sept. 13, 1944; K 59106, 59108. 

Quiz for new mothers. Only tliis diaper service 
and no other offers you germ-proofed diapers. © 
Sept. 29, 1944; K 59105. 

Quiz for new mothers, warning! Don't subscribe 
to a di^er service unless it bears this seal. © 
Feb. 20, 1945; K 59107. 

Lee, Donald G. 9390-9395 

The arteries of the horse. - The lymph glands of 
the horse. - The nerves of the horse. - The super- 
ficial lymph glands of the cow and arteries of front 
leg of horse. - The vagus nerve of the horse and 
the cranial nerves of the horse. - The veins of the 
horse. © July 23, 1945; I 36392-36397. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 40 



Lee, Mary. 9396 

Air-step, metatarsal pad. © 1 c. June 11, 1945; 
J 36257. 

Lee, Sam G. 9397 

[Eastern star sticker or stamp] © Aug. 24, 
1945; K 59325. 

Leggett, Joseph Palmer. 9398-9401 

Esso building at time of President Roosevelt's 
funeral, 3. - Platoon of marines in President Roose- 
velt's funeral procession, 4. - Roosevelt's, Presi- 
dent,caisson with Ssso building in background, 2. - 
Roosevelt's, President,caisson with Municipal cen- 
ter building in background, 1. © June 26, 1945; J 
38133-38136. 

Leonide, Marion. 9402 

Robot control and directional control of equip- 
ment by sound vibrations. © 1 c. July 2, 1945; 
I 36324. 

Leppke, Louis A. 9403 

The presidents of the United States, first ladies 
of the larid. © July 1, 1945; K 59333. 



Liesch, Pierre Albert. 

Jumblegraph, fantasies. 
59336. 



9404 
Dec. 22, 1944; K 



Little, Virginia Cleaves. 9405 

Artists on the Headland, Rockport, Mass. © 
July 12, 1945; K 59341. 

Lloyd bros. co. 9406 

Hickock cemetery memorial, 442. © 1 c. Aug. 
5, 1945; I 36496. 

Lockwood, Lawrence A. 9407-9410 

Baby weighs in. - Baby's day. - Baby's telephone 
numbers. - Baby's tooth eruption record. © July 
27, 1945; K 59327-59330, 

Lone Ranger, inc. 9411-9418 

Back to school. - A few good pointers. - A good 

coach. - Looking for the answer. - Outdoor tips. - 

Vacation over. © 1 c. each Aug. 15, 1945; J 38355- 

38360. 

Friendly. - On the alert. © 1 c. each June 30, 

1945; J 38296, 38297. 

Long, John E, 9419-9439 

Alaska: 

Anchorage street, winter, 26. - Cook inlet. 
Anchorage area, 31. - Diomede Island Eskimos 
visiting Nome, 549. - Dog team, Nome, 552. - Es- 
kimo children, Nome, playing marbles on ice, 550, 
551. - Fairbanks garden, 435. - Gold mining. Aerial 
view, Fairbanks area, 27. - High trestle, Alaska 
railroad, 47. - Nome, as seen from Bering Sea ice, 
524. - Potato patch, Fairbanks, 433. - Rainbow. 
Inside passage, 52. - Sign post, Alcan highway, 241. 
- Snow piled in street, Nome, 513. - Sunrise, near 
mouth of Tanana River, 61. - Sunrise, Pt. Nome, 
510. - Wild clover, Fairbanks, 244. - 14 dog team, 
as seen from sled, 474. © 1 c. each Aug. 10, 1945; 
J 38260, 38261, 38263-38278. 

Aleutian Islands: 

Aleutian Lake, incoming fog, 752. - Dug-in 
hut, board walk, stream, 1019. © 1 c. each Aug, 10, 
1945; J 38279, 38280. 

Oregon. Central Oregon, Smith Rock, Mt. Jeffer- 
son, 21. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1945; J 38262. 



Lovell, James R. 9440 

Tarry table. © Apr. 20, 1945; I 36182. 

Lowenstein, Milton D. 9441 

Chagraf. © 1 c. June 13, 1945; I 36263. 

McArthur, John R. 9442 

[Christianity, liberty and justice upheld by the 
hand of man] © Aug. 22, 1945; K 59332. 

McCall Corp. 9443 

Business and the duration. © June 20, 1945; K 
59223. 

McClasky, Jay A. 9444-9453 

Big shot. - Captain Bird. - Jane Eyre. - Leather- 
wood king. © 1 c. each Aug. 25, 1945; J 38367- 
38370. 

Born to show. - Guiding moon. - Lady Babette. - 
Master Etching. - Star spangled rythm. - Sycamore 
Ace, Lewy driving. © 1 c. each June 26, 1945; J 
38051-38056. 

McLelland, Cassandra W. 9454 

Margaret D. Corbett school of eye education. 
© Nov. 29, 1944; K 59189. 

Mahony, John, 9455-9462 

Sailfish: 

A big bruiser, U-185. - Coming upl U-182. - 
Silhouette, U-183. - Tailwalking, U-184. - U-148. - 
U-180. - U-181. © 1 c. each July 9, 1945; J 38116- 
38122 

Sailfish, U-145. © 1 c. July 9, 1945; J 38207. 

Mars model industries. 9463 

Drawing of model landing craft. © June 11, 
1945; I 36326. 

Matson, Charles H. 9464 

Fishing reel fastener. © 1 c. June 21, 1945; 
I 36286. 

Maurer, Elmer Christian. 9465-9469 

Chart of consumption and living standards in 
war and peace. - Gauge of administrative secrecy 
in an economy. © 1 c. each Aug. 13, 1945; I 36536, 
36537. 

Gauge of collective enterprise in a free enter- 
prise economy. - The LF-FE-T economic circle, - 
The merry-go-round of bureaucracy in afree enter- 
prise economy. © 1 c. each Aug. 11, 1945; I 36532- 
36534. 

Mautone, Romolo C. F. 9470 

The trisection of an angle by the sole use of a 
straight edge and compass. © 1 c. May 18, 1945; 
I 36278. 

Mayer, Walter S. 9471 

Tri-secting an angle, arrangement no. 2. © 1 c. 
May 15, 1945; I 36132. 

Mead Johnson & co. 9472, 9473 

The chUdren's hour. © June 27, 1945; K 59135. 
God's greatest gift. © july 25, 1945; K 59270. 

Meredith pub. co. 9474 

Successful home plan, S 1506. © May 20, 1945; 
I 36479. 

Mervick, Andrew H. 9475 

Universal ad man' work cabinet. © 1 c. July 
25, 1945; I 36410. 



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9581 



Miano, Vincent, 9476 

Common sense arranging chart. © May 15, 
1945; I 36321. 

Midyett, Trude L. 9477 

Trisecting an angle by means of a specific hjiper- 
bola, also trisecting by means of the ruler and 
compass. © 1 c. June 28, 1945; I 36314. 

Milwaukee tool & die co. 9478 

Knock I Knock 1 © Apr. 24, 1945; K 58290. 

Minet, Valere L. 9479, 9480 

Play canteen. - United together, forever, we will 
stand fighting for a world cause. © 1 c. each Aug. 
18, 1945; J 38378, 38379. 

Minter, Harold R. 9481 

Domintttes. © 1 c. July 11, 1945; I 36363. 

Mitchell, George W. 9482 

Triangles. © 1 c. June 28, 1945; I 36371. 

Mjoseth, B. 9483 

Chart for predetermining setting on manual focus 
cameras with multiple lenses. © Mar. 27, 1945; 
I 36133. 

Moore, Venable. 9484, 9485 

Preliminary study of housing unit, mobile and 
convertible. - Preliminary study of proposed mo- 
bile unit, convertible to permanent service unit. © 
1 c. June 25, 1945; I 36311, 36312. 



Mora, Jo, publications. 

California. © May 14, 1945; K 59109. 



9486 



Moretrench corp. 9487 

Wellpoint spacing for permeable sand and gravel. 
© Apr. 9, 1945; I 36181. 

Morris & Bendien, inc. 9488-9536 

Asters, no. 24101. - Autumn tapestry, no. 24102. 
- The Chinese vase, no. 24103. - The glass bowl, 
no, 24104. - Nature's splendor, no. 24105. - Peonies, 
no. 24106. - Purity and grace, no. 24107. - A rhap- 
sody of flowers, no. 24108. - Zinnias, no. 24109. © 
May 29, 1941; K 58871-58879. 

Autumn, no. 26901. - The courtyard inn, no. 
26902. - Spring, no. 26903. - A street in old 
Provincetown, no. 26904. - Summer in New England, 
no. 26905. - The village road, no. 26906. © June 
24, 1942; K 58861-58866. 

Chinese and the lily. - The lotus flower. - A 
Persian fantasy. - Relics of the Orient. - The shah. 
© Dec. 16, 1944; K 58894-58898. 

An early autumn. - A home by the sea. - Nature's 
splendor. - The stone bridge. - A village by the 
lake. - Woodland solitude. © May 31, 1940; K 
58902-58907. 

[Figure subject with lace effect border] 30201- 
30204. © Mar. 3, 1944; K 58880-58883. 

Fishing boats. © May 5, 1945; K 58901. 

The flirtation, no. 31805. - The lovers, no. 
31806. - 'Neath the drooping bough, no. 31801. - 
Pleasant moments, no. 31802. - The proposal, no. 
31804. - Whispers of love, no. 31803, © May 4, 
1945; K 58888-5889^. 

[Flower subject] 32101-32104. © Dec. 12, 1944; 
K 58867-58870. 

[Flower subject with lace-effect border] 30205- 
30208. © Mar. 3, 1944; K 58884-58887. 



Magnolia. © Jan. 2, 1942; K 58900. 
The message. © Aug. 19, 1942; K 58899. 
The old homestead. © May 31, 1940; K 58908. 
Winter. © May 31, 1940; K 58909. 

Mouzakis, John D. 9537, 9538 

Hippocrates; by John Farmakis. © July 3, 1945; 

H 2953. 

Perimetral border; by John Farmakis. © July 

3, 1945; H 2956. 

Mueller, Constance & Mueller, Wesley W. S. 

9539-9568 

Angelfish, 3-3-22. - Barracuda strikes, 5-34-4. 
- Bucket and boat from undersea, 4-50-21. - Cas- 
siopeia, 8-24-14. - Catfish portrait, 14-37-2. - 
Diver descending, 5-3-7. - Diver feeds boxflsh, 
3-48-4. - Diver feeds sharks, 5-46-18. - Diver 
greets grouper, 10-32-23. - Diver greets lobster, 
4-19-5. - Diver holds back grouper, 3-19-29. ^ 
Diver in andros Reef, 12-4-10. - Diver in reef, 11- 
50-25. - Diver plays with shark, 10-30-32. - First 
feeding nurse shark, 5-19-24. - Florida gar, 16-27- 
2, 16-37-1. - Goggler, 12-21-18. - Grouper likes 
diver, 3-23-8. - Horseshoe crab, 3-9-44. - Mullet, 
16-24-4, 16-42-4. - Octopus swimming, GX- 1-55. - 
Shark over reef, 10-17-14. - Sting ray, 6-7-27. © 
1 c. each Aug. 22, 1945; J 38330-38354. 

Barracuda, friendly, rock fish, grouper, snapper, 
4-7-20. - Diver collects specimens, 12-4-8. - 
Diver interviews shark, 9-9-29. - The Muellers 
and three tame fish, 5-45-27. - The Muellers, 
grouper, shark and lobster, 9-29-26. © 1 c. each 
July 9, 1945; J 38324-38328. 

Multitex corp. 9569-9571 

[Sandler] A-C. © Oct. 30, 1944; K 59350-59352. 

Murphy, Luther W. 9572 

Nomogram for no. 60 new Britain-Gridley auto- 
matic, 34 tooth sprocket. © 1 c. B«ay 25, 1945; 
I 36279. 

Music views pub. corp. 9573 

Good old New York. © ;une 18, 1945; K 58858. 

Nail, W. P. 9574 

Tissue fold. © 1 c. July 22, 1945; I 36424. 

National bingo sales. 9575 

Transparent automatic bingo board. © 1 c. July 
8, 1945; I 36353. it.vr'i 

National Bronx bank of New York. 9576 

Now when I get back to the Bronx. © 1 c. May 
13, 1945; K 59163. 

National war finance committee. 9577 

The confessions of Ernie Jones, as told by him- 
self. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1945; J 38157. 

Nelson, Charles Phillip. 9578-9580 

Automotive radiator filter screen, hose type. - 

Stay-put lawn sprinkler. © 1 c. each July 8, 1945; 

I 36354, 36355. 

Nelson buoyancy motor. © 1 c. July 16, 1945; 

I 36372. 

Netschert, William, jr. 9581 

Graphic analysis of unemployment compensation 
laws, state of New Jersey. © 1 c. June 10, 1945; 
I 36486. 



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New Haven savings bank. 9582 

Mr. Money-in-the-Bank. © June 6, 1945: K 
58912. 

New York antiques fair, inc. 9583 

Floor plan of New York antiques fair, inc. © 
Apr. 23, 1945; I 36237. 

Newman, Charles X. 9584 

Permanent solution for traffic bottleneck on 12th 
St. dam, and at proposed civic center. © 1 c. June 
18, 1945; I 36272. 

News syndicate co., inc. 9585 

The Zarief quadruplets of New York City, born 
Btorch, 1944. © Jan. 17, 1945; K 59188. 

Norcross. 9586-9592 

For you darling a message of love, do I love you? 
100FR14. © Apr. 6, 1945; K 58529. 

Get well, but quick, 5C352. © June 1, 1945; K 
58592. 

Gingham girl. © June 11, 1945; K 58594. 

I jump at the chance to say happy birthday to you, 
15HB50. - Something for your birthday, a little gift 
and a big wish too, 10GF534. - Speaking of birthdays 
when grandpa had a birthday he'd set in bed, 25HB31. 
© May 18, 1945; K 58586, 58588, 58679. 

So long ! Take this with you, no flowery words 
just one small phrase, 10GF827. © May 25, 1945; 
K 58589. 



Northwestern model & supply co. 

Whirlaway. © Feb. 5, 1945; I 36283. 



9593 



Nows, Arthur. 9594 

To the wearer of this button, we say thanks. © 
May 23, 1945; K 58288. 

Oakley, Piatt Benson. 9595 

The original David Harum and his birthplace 
which still stands at Homer, N. Y. © 1 c. Sept. 2, 
1945; J 38387. 

O'Brien, Catherine. 9596 

O'Brien, Kitty, America's singing sweetheart. © 
1 c. June 23, 1945; J 38033. 

Olney, King H. 9597 

Fireman. © July 27, 1945; J 38208. 

O'NcU, Maurice B. 9598-9605 

Exhibits 1-5, 6 A, 6 B, 7. © 1 c. each July 7, 
1945; J 38301-38308. 

Orr, J. Clarence. 9606 

Automobile supercharger. © 1 c. June 11, 1945; 
I 36399. 

Osborne co. 9607<-9614 

Baby cutting pie, P 2105. - Children in tomato 

fields, P 2110. - Hermeier, Alice. - Little girl in 

tub, P 2109. © 1 c. each June 29, 1945; J 38065- 

38068. 

Boy and dog picture, P 2116. - Girl in green 

dress, K 21. - Suwanne River, K 15. © 1 c. each 

Aug. 31, 1945; J 38380-38382. 

Wilks, Susie, 1009. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; J38383. 

Owens, John Wesley. 9615-9618 

Bridge buUding, 1-4. © 1 c. each Oct. 29, 1943; 
J 38363-38366. 



Paine, Robert C. 9619, 9620 

Chart: 

Series-parallel joint impedance. -Unbalanced 
A. C. bridge voltage. © 1 c. each July 31, 1945; 
I 36476, 36477. 

Parkhurst, Peter Holden. 9621, 9622 

Regenerative liquid-fuel rocket motor. - Tail- 
drive liquid fuel rocket. © 1 c. each Aug. 21, 1945; 
I 36575, 36576. 

Parrett, Durward Raymond. 9623 

Parrett nerve cord center chart. © May 2, 
1944; I 36485. 

Peerless housing co. 9624 

Plans, elevations and working drawings, 715-41. 
© 1 c. July 23, 1945; I 36391. 

Peltz, William J. 9625-9629 

Jiimpy the frog: 

Front three-quarter view, facing left. - Front 
top tliree-quarter view, right side. - Front view. - 
Profile view, facing left. - Profile view, facing 
right. © 1 c. each July 29, 1945; J 38158-38162. 

Pentagon mfg. & trading corp. 9630-9637 

Accept our homage, no. 12. - Celestial dreams, 
no. 10. - The Christmas inspiration, no. 8. - Here 
comes the gifts, no. 9. - I bring you luck, no. 7. - 
The precious message, no. 11. - Say itwith flowers, 
no. 6. - The serenade, no. 5. © June 11, 1945; K 
58850-58857. 

Pierce, Ralph Edward. 9638 

Tom and Jerry. © Aug. 24, 1945; K 59353. 

Plant-o-graph co. 9639 

Plant-o-graph. © May 24, 1944; I 36494. 

Piatt, Kin. 9640, 9641 

Broad views. 

They got my pin-up pictures, and now the 
chaplains are calling me Miss Mental Booby Trap 
of 1945. © Apr. 26, 1945; K 59298. 

We've been down here aU summer and what 
do we have to show for it? © May 10, 1945; K 
59297. 



Polack, Robert S. 

Window hinge and rail. 
I 36490. 



9642 
1 c. Aug. 3, 1945; 



Popular dog & Gaines dog research center. 9643 
Performance type, color, size, etc. not always 
transmittable. © Jan. 12, 1945; K 59344. 

Pos, Joseph Herman. 9644 

Periodic table of chemical elements. © 1 c. 
May 14, 1945; I 36131. 

Poslusny, John. 9645 

Hom-ortho. © May 3, 1945; I 36219. 

Prever, Harvey U. 9646-9651 

Family group. - H^h point. - Party dress. - To 
the market. - Town belle. - Weaving. © 1 c. each 
June 29, 1945; J 38059-38064. 

Providence lithograph co. 9652, 9653 

A big brother. Judah. - Food for hungry peq[>le. 
Joseph and harvest. © June 25, 1945; K 59146, 
59147. 



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9733 



Pullman co. 9654 

There's the shift to the Pacific, too. ® July 19, 
1945; K 59331. 

Quinn, Carl H. 9655 

Quinn's slot block. © 1 c. May 18, 1945;! 36146. 

Radio Corp. of America. RCA victor div. 9656 

Line-up chart for Schmidt optical systems. © 
Aug. 7, 1945; I 36556. 

Rand McNally & co. 9657 

Universal air age plotting chart. © Apr. 3, 1945; 
I 36373. 

Rand specialty co. 9658 

ByannyMns. © Feb. 20, 1945; K 58911. 

Rankow, Norman Nicolai. 9659, 9660 

Key to aerial view of World television studios. 

© Aug. 14, 1944; I 36435. 

Telecity building. © Aug. 14, 1944; K 59165, 

Read, Meryl McNutt. 9661 

Infants' double duty garment. © 1 c. June 7, 
1945; I 36472. 

Rebori, Andrew N. 9662 

Potential development of lakefront airport. © 1 
c. July 22, 1945; I 36389. 

Recendez, Frank. 9663 

Barrel furniture. © 1 c. June 27, 1945; J 38329. 

Reed, Howard Charles. 9664 

Fisherman's guide, Paulina Lake [Oregon] © 
July 25, 1945; I 36562. 

Rehberger, August W. 9665 

The American dart baseball league official 
playing field. © May 17, 1945; K 59145. 

Remaklus, Robert William. 9666 

Plan for the construction of apartment house. 
© 1 c. July 19, 1945; I 36530. 

Retail electronics trades assn. 9667 

Retail electronics trades association. © June 1, 
1945; K 58295. 

Reynolds, Frances Burr. 9668, 9669 

Airport with hazards indicated: 

Flushing. - Salt Lake City. © 1 c. each Aug. 
18, 1945; I 36559, 36560. 



Reynolds, Harold Culvln. 9670 

Opossum and young. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1945; J 
38314. 

Rigaumont, Victor A. 9671 

New Park theatre, 1944. © Apr. 30, 1945; 
I 36177. 

mtter, Wvren. 9672 

Old fireman's buttons. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; J 
38384. 

Rosecraft studios, 9673 

Crestline, in her winter coat. © June 15, 1945; 
K 59326. 



Rothrock, Lillian Boyd. 9674, 9675 

The feather-tip brush. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1945; 

I 36586. 

Finger shield sewing thimble. © 1 c. July 12, 

1945; I 36366. 



Rowland, John E. 

Abattoir. © 1 c. July 28, 1945; I 36432. 



9676 



Rox, Henry. 9677 

Sculpture in salad. © Aug. 18, 1945; K 59340. 

Rust craft publishers, inc. 9678-9731 

Across the miles to you, 10VW661. - An Easter 
greeting for the dear grandson, 10EF202. - An 
Easter greeting for you, mother dear, 15EF221. - 
Easter greetings to a wonderful pal, 15EW50. - 
Easter greetings to you, 15E487. - An Easter mes- 
sage for you, 5EC706. - An Easter note from your 
secret pal, 15EW51. - An Easter song for daddy, 
10EF187. - A flock of Easter wishes just for you, 
15E476. - For a man who deserves the best, an 
Easter wish, 15EF485. - For grandma at Easter, 
the nicest part of Easter time, 10EF199. - For 
grandmother, at Easter, 15EF253. - For my darling 
daughter, 10VF431. - For the dearest sweetheart in 
the world, an Easter greeting, 15ES101. - For you 
dear nephew at Easter, 10EF209. A friendly Easter 
greeting, 5E416. - Friendly Easter greetii^s, 
5E415. - Gee whiz, here 'tiz,5E401. - Happy Easter, 
5E409. - Happy Easter, big boy, 5EC707. - Happy 
Easter, granddaughter, 10EF203. - Happy Easter, 
grandpa, 10EF200. - Happy Easter, may lots of nice 
surprises, 5EC709. - Happy Easter, mother and 
daddy, 10EF189. - Happy Easter, son, 10EF194. - 
Happy Easter, SS happy Easter, 5EC704. - Happy 
Easter, these cunning Easter ducklings, 5EC702. - 
Happy Easter to a dear daughter, 10EF192. - 
Happy Easter to grandma and grandpa, 10EF201. - 
Happy Easter to you, 5EC703. - Happy Easter to 
you. If I could play a violin, 5EC705. - Happy 
Easter to you. No little birdie told me, 5E403. - 
HeUo daddy, happy Easter, 10EF186. - Hello littie 
girl, happy Easter, SEC 708. - Hello there, happy 
Easter, SEC 701. - Here's an Easter wish, dear 
niece, for you, 10EF208. - It's me again, with 
wishes for a happy Easter, 15E472. - Just for you, 
5E406. - Just for you, uncle, at Easter, 10EF206. - 
JU8t sii^ng out, 5E419. - Slipping you an Easter 
wish, 5E307. - Thanks a lot for your gift, 5AT6422. 

- To m* honeybunch, 5E411. - To mother at Easter, 
10EF183. - To my husband at Easter, 15EF236. - 
To you, auntie, at Easter, 10EF205. - With lotsa 
love, 5E417. © July 5, 1945; K 58742-58786, 
58789, 58790. 

Birthday greetings to a very dear daughter, 
15BF3027. -Happy birthday to one I love, 15BS3948. 

- Your birthday caught me naoping, 10BW3711. © 
May 25, 1945; K 59184, 59186,'59187. 

Happy birthday, one-year-old, 10BY2391. © A/lay 
4, 1945; K 59185. 

Happy Easter, dear sister, 15EF246. - To you 
folks at Easter, 15EW46. © July 5, 1945; K 58787, 
58788. 

Summer beauties, 15E473. © JUly 5, 1945; K 
59204. 

Sachs, Miriam. 9732 

Cooking utensil. © 1 c. July 27, 1945; I 36426. 



Sandler, Henry B., co. 

Christ, © Aug. 17, 1944; K 59129. 



9733 



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9734 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 40 



Sasso, Maurice. 9734-9736 

Beam to girder connection for mviltispan beam 
made continuous and haunched at supports, beam to 
girder connection for multispan beam with varying 
mom. of inertia and continuous at supports, 4. - 
Beam to girder connections for single span beams 
made continuous at supports, 3. - Comparative de- 
sign of a beam 30 ft. span uniform load of 2K lin. 
ft,, 5. © 1 c. each June 19, 1945; I 36473-36475. 

Schiff, Terhune & co., inc. 9737 

Better get an e:g)ert, when it's a question of in- 
surance. © May If 1945; K 59158. 

Schofield, Ralph Frederick. 9738 

Billings, gateway to five park entrances, where 
the West begins. © May 30, 1945; K 59180. 

SchoU, J. E, 9739 

Device to water trees, shrubs. © 1 c. June 3, 
1945; I 36217. 

Scholnick, Skelly. 9740 

Believe it or leave it by Skelly. © May 11, 1945; 
K 58287. 

Schwatt, Erwin L. 9741 

Wind-dials for 6 island resorts. © 1 c. May 27, 
1945; I 36184. 

Schwemler, Aithur E. 9742 

imathematical curve. © Ic.July 6, 1945; I 36480. 

Schwoebel, Fred W. 9743 

Bee control timetable. © July 16, 1945; I 36374. 

Scoti, Clara H. 9744 

Morning star. © 1 c. May 7, 1945; J 38167. 

Seidenberg, Oscar. 9745, 9746 

The National galleries, 860-R. - The White 
house, 650.R. © 1 c. each Aug. 17, 1945- j 38309, 
38310. 

Seip, Herbert F. 9747-9780 

All sizes of tire hammers with handles entered 
in the holes in each side of the spec, designed tools, 
5. - Giant airplane tire dismounting tools and ham- 
mers of any weight, 8. - Hammer heads with dif- 
ferent side angles for heavy tire service work, 
having holes in side for metal or wood handles. 1. - 
The new giant tire twin hammers and tire bead 
loosening tools, any size, 11. - The new giant twin 
tire hammer heads, having a wide, narrow or short 
body to each tool, 3. - Road-building equipment, 
Mg tractors and farm implement tire changing 
tools with hammers to force rusted tires off wheels 
or rims, 7. - Tire haaamers and giant tire tools, 
10. - Truck or bus heavy tire hammers with narrow 
or wide bottom ends, 4. - Twin tire hammers or 
two of each size made from samples displayed, 2. - 
Twin tire hammers, small or large, both same de- 
sign, 6. - 500 lb. to 3000 lb. tire removal tools and 
hammers, 9. O 1 c. each July 18, 1945; J 38190- 
38200. 

First view of twin tire hammer steel head or 
body of tool, showing position of hole to fit from 
either side, into the hole, a pipe for a handle or a 
regular size wood or metal solid handle, photo 13. - 
No. 1 twin tire hammer head with a handle of wood, 
pipe or metal extending from head 1 to 2 end, and 
held by the handle with the left hand. By moving 2 



end over to no. 3 the handle would be held by right 
hand, photo 16. - Second view of twin tire hammer 
steel head or tool, less handle, photo 14. - Twin 
tire hammer head reversed showing side 2 with 
handle pointing to 3X, Hold handle with right hand, 
photo 18. - Twin tire hammer view from right to 
left showing handle in hole in side 3. The handle 
wood, pipe or solid metal, photo 19. © 1 c. each 
July 3, 1945; J 38096-38100. 

Four tire hammers, each design different, 48. - 
Giant tire hammers, two of each size, 1, 2, 3, used 
in pairs or single, 47. - Tire hammers showing dif- 
ferent designs from end to top, 51. - Truck and 
bus twin tire hammers, 52. - Twin tire hammers 
for either a left or right handed worker using two 
hammers at a time, 50. - Twin tire hammers save 
time, 49. - Twin tire hammers, two of each size, 

1, 2, 3, 46. © 1 c. each July 19, 1945; J 38148- 
38154. 

Hold tire hammer 1 by either hand and strike 1 
with 2 to remove tire off rim, 33. - Hold tire ham- 
mer 2 by either hand and strike 2 with 1 to loosen 
tire off rim, 34. - Twin hammers, when one won't, 
two will loosen any tire on a rim by striking 1 with 

2, 31. - Twin tire hammers, when one won't, two 
will loosen tire off rim by striking 2 with 1, 32. © 
1 c. each July 27, 1945; J 38170-38173. 

The new giant tire hammer. © 1 c. June 13, 
1945; I 36262. 

Truck and bus giant tire hammers, metal or 
wood handles, 34. © 1 c. July 9, 1945; J 38113. 

Twin hammers, same designs, small or large 
hammer heads and bottom ends, photo no. 12. © 1 
c. June 23, 1945; J 38024. 

Twin tire hammers: 

Different angles to sides 2 and 3, 33. - Sides 
having different angles and rounded ends, 31. - Sides 
1, 2 and front angles from end to end, 32. - Top 
ends 1, 2 with metal and wood handles, 30. © 1 c. 
each July 9, 1945; J 38109-38112. 



Shaner, Arville Louis. 

Hospital cash. © Jan. % 1944; K, 58819. 



9781 



Sharove, Alexander. 9782 

Proposed design for a clock base and alteration 
to original case. © 1 c. May 23, 1945; I 36166. 

Sheffler, Ira Lee. 9783 

Fruits of the wood of life. © 1 c. July 1, 1945; 
J 38312. 

Shell development co. 9784 

Methane pressure -enthalphy diagram. © June 
11, 1945; I 36332. 

Shelley, Dorothy May. 9785 

Pot cleaner and scouring pad. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1944; I 36481. 

Showalter, Grace N. 9786 

Airport design. Elevated glass runways, one 

story high, advantages. © lc.Aug.8, 1945; I 36499. 

Shultz, Samuel M. 9787, 9788 

Model no. A, prefabricated house. •> Sample 
house submitted to foreign shelter division. Federal 
public housing authority. © 1 c. June 8, 1945; 
I 36245, 36246. 

Singleton, WUliam Patrick. 9789 

Holy mass. © Mar, 17, 1944; K 59205. 



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9851 



Sloane, Eric & WUletts, WlUiam Prentice. 

9790-9793 
The atmosphere. - Birth of a cumulus cloud. - 
Cold front. - Warm front. © 1 c. each July 10, 1945; 
I 36359-36362. 



Smith, Herman J. 

Port-a-pex. © July 7, 1945; K 59178. 



9794 



Smoot specialty advertising co. 9795 

Honorable discharge wallet. © Aug. 17, 1945; 
K 59256. 

Sorensen, Henry. 9796, 9797 

The Sorensen adjustable lock strike. © 1 c. 

June 7, 1945; I 36240. 

The Sorensen protection against dam bombings. 

© 1 c. June 22, 1945; I 36290. 

Soul assurance prayer plan. 9798 

Lord of the world. © June 1, 1945; J 38226. 

Staley, F. Durward. 9799 

Batteries for today. © July 15, 1944; J 38168. 

Standard oU co. of California. 9800 

Graphic calculator for estimating oil, gas and 
gasoline reverses by the volumetric method. © 
June 29, 1945; I 36422. 

Stevens, Robert Colby. 9801 

Q. C. gear box, mod. CR-12. © July 30, 1945; 
I 36492. 

Stigers, Robert E. 9802 

Skyline of Cincinnati from Dixie highway. © 1 
c. July 4, 1945; J 38101. 

Still, WiUlam B. 9803 

Projection television radio-phonograph console. 
© I c. Mar. 9, 1945; I 36212. 

Stork, George L. 9804 

An improved rat trap. © 1 c. July 30, 1945; 
I 36427. 

Stosc, William Arthur. 9805 

American national roller canary association. © 
Jan. 5, 1945; K 58860. 

Straus, Joseph K. 9806-9809 

Jumbo elepliant. - Jumbo e3q)ress. - Rockli^ 

horse. - Three bears. © July 16, 1945; K 59170- 
59173. 

Sullivan, John Joseph. 9810 

The Sullivan trousers display hanger. © 1 c. 
May 5, 1945; I 36222. 

Sutton, Ruth Haviland. 9811 

Nantucket, Massachusetts. © June 15, 1945; K 
58910. 

Syndicate store merchandiser, inc. 9812 

Tommy Fork and his fountaineers, 1205-1. ® 
June 5, 1945; K 59257. 

Tate, WUliam Preston, 9813 

Insectcade. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1945; I 36255. 

Taylor, Rex & Taylor, Jesse Klnyon, 9814 

Intermediary board, plan view. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 
1945; I 36579. 



Teich, Curt, & co., inc. 9815-9839 

Andrews Geyser fountain on Southern railroad on 
Round Knob, 5B-H152. - Catawba Falls, Western 
North Carolina, SB-H150. - Scene from U. S. high- 
way no. 70, showing Southern railroad tunnel, 5B- 
H151. - Scene on beautiful Lake Lure, Western North 
Carolina, 5B-H154. © Aug. 22, 1945; K 59299- 
59302r 

Churches of Omaha, Neb., no. 4B-H578. - High 
schools of Omaha, Neb., no. 4B-H577. © May 14, 
1945; K 58800, 58802. 

Gatlinburg, Tenn., New Riverside hotel, 5B-H172. 

- Greetings from Ocean City, Md., 4B-H1135. - 
Greetings from Rehoboth Beach, Del., 4B-H1130. 
© Aug. 14, 1945; K 59289-59291. 

Greetings from: 

Arizona the Grand canyon state, no. 4B-H671. 
© May 17, 1945; K 58801. 

Ashtabula, Ohio, 4B-H1270. - Conneaut, Ohio, 
4B-H1271. - Geneva on the Lake, Ohio, 4B-H1269. 

- PainesvUle, Ohio, 4B-H1422. © May 29, 1945; K 
59214-59217. 

Atlantic City, 4B-H557. © June 22, 1945; K 
59213. 

Camp Arcadia on Lake Michigan, no. 5B-H146. 
© May 24, 1945; K 58803. 

Charlotte, North Carolina, no. 4B-H466. © 
Mar. 12, 1945; K 58817. 

Henderson, N. C. © July 26, 1945; K 59130. 

Moline, Illinois, 4B-H460. - Rock Island, 
Illinois, 4B-H459. © Dec. 16, 1945; K 59241, 
59242. 

Norwich, Conn., 4B-H854. - Willimantic, 
Conn., 4B-H853. © July 26, 1945; K 59131, 59132. 

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, no. 4B-H225. © 
Jan. 3, 1945; K 56816. 

Seaside Heights, N. J., no. 4B-H1183. © July 
6, 1945; K 58814. 

Pentagon building, Washii^on, D, C, river en- 
trance, no. 4B-H689. © Apr. 12, 1945; K 58815. 

Theen, A. R. 9840-9843 

Colonial Beach, Va., Linwood house, dining 

room. © Aug. 8, 1945; J 38323. 

Colonial Beach, Va., New Atlanta hotel: 

Dining room. - Lawns. - Shuffleboard courts. 

© Aug. 8, 1945; J 38320-38322. 

Thieme, Anthony. 9844, 9845 

Along Cape Ann. - New England sea coast town. 
© June 1, 1945; K 58273, 58274. 

Tickle, WUliam Seccombe. 9846 

Speed-ttme-distance scale. © 1 c. May 26, 1945; 
I 36179. 

Toledo blade co. 9847 

Toledo tomorrow. © 1 c. July 9, 1945; I 36358. 

Toms, Frank H. 9848 

The Toms turbine, fluid. © 1 c. July 13, 1945; 
I 36368. 



Town, John. 9849 

Branding calves. © 1 c. June 28, 1945; J 38295. 

Tripp, Clarence A. 9850 

Freud, Sigmund. © Aug. 20, 1945; J 38375. 

Troxel, George O. 9851 

Vibrator tool sharpner, 14. © 1 c. May 28, 1945; 
I 36216. 



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9852 



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pt. IV, n, s., V. 40 



Tucci, Peter. 9852 

Jewel extension dinet. © 1 c. July 22, 1945; 
I 36390. 

Tune, Harold Svendsen. 9853 

Reversible magnetic slip coupling. © 1 c. May 
25, 1945; I 36178. 

Union casualty co. 9854 

Union casualty company. © May 1, 1945; K 
58859. 

U. S. automatic box machinery co., inc. 9855 

Brightwood radio tube carton. © 1 c. June 12, 
1945; I 36313. 

United States rubber co. 9856 

TNT now chart. © July 2, 1945; I 36400. 

Utter, Bror A. 9857 

Building plans and plant layout of poultry dressing 
and eviscerating plant. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1945; 
I 36147. 

Van Lear, Lucy M., Van Lear, Veronica K., Van 
Lear, Barbara J. & Van Lear, Ralph Albert. 

9858, 9859 
Now I can complete with the best of them, good 
looking at both ends. - Yo' sho' is good looking at 
this end. © July 5, 1945; K 59272, 59273. 

Vernon-Benshoff co. 9860, 9861 

[Vernon-Benshoff dental patient-education chart] 
7, 8. © May 15, July 10, 1945; I 36267, 36382. 

Vocafllm corp. 9862-9867 

Let there be light. © June 1, 1945; J 38222. 

Our biggest job. - The right start, - What is 
public opinion? © Apr. 20, 1945; J 38221, 38223, 
38225. 

Through the eyes of our customers. © Feb. 20, 
1945; J 38220. 

When you least e^ect them. © Dec. 20, 1944; J 
38224. 

Von Kadich, John H. 9868-9875 

A blessed Christmas. Cross. - Christmas 
greetings. Two candles. - Merry Christmas. Bell 
design. - Merry Christmas. Christmas tree de- 
sign, - Merry Christmas. Happy New Year. Tree 
and bell design. - Season s greetii^s. Four 
branches. - Season's greetings. Four Christmas 
trees. - Season's greetings. Gothic arch. © July 
15, 1945; K 59136-59143. 

Wallace, W. Archibald. 9876 

Three towers of strength. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1945; 
J 38201. 



Ward, Leslie F. 

Traffic. © June 15, 1945; K 59164. 



9877 



Washburn, Bradford. 9878-9885 

Alaska coast range. - Alaskan twilight. - Glacier's 
end. - Gold dredge. - Hubbard Glacier. - McKin- 
ley. Mount. - McKinley, Mount, National park. - 
River of ice. © May 9, 1945; J 38287-38294. 

Washington park zoological soc. 9886 

Polar bear and cub born at zoo, Ursus maritimus, 
Washington park zoological garden, Milwaukee, Wis. 
© Aug. 1, 1945; K 59179. 



Webber, Robert C. 9887 

The Webber freezer. © 1 c. June 3, 1945; 1 36289. 

Weber, Frank J. 9888 

Turnable outdoor bed. © 1 c. May 18, 1945; 
I 36145. 

Weiniger, Herman & Schleifer, Max. 9889 

America's no. 1 hospital expense and income 
security insurance. © June 26, 1945; K 59244. 

Wendland, Leo E. 9890, 9891 

LitUe Vienna. © 1 c. June 19, 1945; I 36282. 
A Lohengrin swandola. © 1 c. June 15, 1945; 

I 36265. 

Western aero-hydraulics, ltd. 9892, 9893 

Assembly, unlatching jack with sequence valve, 
523, 523-A. © 1 c. June 30, 1945; I 36322, 36323. 

Whitmore & Stone, 9894-9908 

An afternoon with Jesus. - The children's Friend. 
- Enjoying the Christmas story, 13. - Food for 
winter, 6. - Food to share. - Frisky and Bushy, 4. - 
Getting ready for winter. - Gifts for Christmas, 
11. - Jesus and His friends. - Jesus the Friend. - 
A long ago thanksgiving. - The Nativity, - Samuel 
and Eli. - The visit of the wise men. - Warm coats 
for all. © June 18, 1945; K 59274-59288. 

Will & Baumer candle co., inc. 9909 

Ad altare Dei. © Dec. 1, 1944; K 59111. 

Willard, Stephen H. 9910-9914 

At timberline on .the Mammoth Crest, in the 
High Sierra, 4B-H1454. - Lake George, Mammoth 
Lakes, California, ^B-H1453. - Rainbow Falls, San 
Joaquin River, in the High Sierra, 4B-H1455. - 
Sheep in the High Sierra, 4B-H1452. - WUd iris 
near Mt. Mammoth, Mammoth Lakes, California, 
4B-H1456. © July 10, 1945; K 59198-59202. 

Willard pictures. 9915, 9916 

Nursing, care of the patient with diabetes mel- 
litus: 

Complicated. - Uncomplicated. © May 15, 
1945; J 38156, 38163. 

Willems, Henry J. 9917 

Santa Claus' chiming bells. © July 23, 1945; K 
58916. 

WUlisway system. 9918 

Home-ola. © May 1, 1945; I 36401. 

Wilson engineering corp. 9919 

Moisture chart for compressed air, M4. © Aug. 
20, 1945; I 36573. 

Winn, George F. 9920 

Kentucky derby & preakness sweepstakes. © 
Mar. 24, 1945; K 59157. 

Wolslagel memorials. 9921 

War veterans, a war memorial. © 1 c. May 18, 
1945; I 36388. 

Young, Katherine. 9922-9924 

Johnny. - Kintner, Susan. © 1 c. each Apr. 6, 

1945: J 38164, 38165. 

o'Hara, John. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1945; J 38166. 



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no. 8, 1945 



9938 



Yount, LUy M. 9925-9932 

April's contrast. - April's pink magic at sunset, 
Washington monument in distance. - Cherry blos- 
som time is fishin'time. -Cherry blossoms framing 
Washington monument. - Cherry blossoms, U. S. 
C^^itol grounds. - Jeiferson memorial frsuned in 
cherry blossoms. - Jefferson memorial in spring- 
time. - U. S. Capitol in cherry blossom time. © 1 
c. each June 23, 1945; J 38025-38032. 



Zellerbach paper co. 



9933-9936 



[Presidential blotters]: 

June-Aug., 1945. - Sept. -Nov., 1945. - Dec., 
1945-Feb., 1946. - Mar.-May, 1946. © May 15, 
1945; K 59149-59152. 

Zerbo, John. 9937 

Zerbo solution indicator. © June 1, 1944; 136493. 

Zimmer, Ludo Little. 9938 

Air marker structure. © 1 c. May 21, 1945; 
I 36164. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Reproductions of works of art (Including 27 one-copy entries) 160 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (including 619 one-copy entries) 965 

Photographs (including 420 one-copy entries) 800 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 277 contributions to periodicals and other 

one-copy entxi^es) — ■ — 2,204 

Total - 4,129 



205 



PRINTS AND WORKS OF ART OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[9938 



American bank note co. 1-11 

C-1557. Grain elevator & freight yard Ameri- 
can bank note company. R 139427, Apr. 25, 1945. 

C-1558. Traveling crane, American bank note 
company. R 139426, Apr. 25, 1945. 

C-1563. R 139424, Apr. 25, 1945. 

C-1564. The Tien-An gate. R 139423, Apr. 25, 
1945. 

Special C-447. John Y. Payzant, esq. The Bank 
of Nova Scotia. R 139863, May 26, 1945. 

Special C-448, H. A. Richardson, esq. The Bank 
of Nova Scotia. R 139862, May 26, 1945. 

Special C-1559. The higher normal school Can- 
ton. The provincial bank of Kwang Tung province. 
R 139425, Apr. 25, 1945. 

Special C-1560 steel. Mukden bank of industrial 
development, Mukden, China. R 139420, Apr. 25, 
1945. 

Special C-1561 steel. Mukden bank of Industrial 



development, Mukden, China. R 139421, Apr. 25, 
1945. 

Special C-1562 steel. Mukden bank of Industrial 
development, Mukden, China. R 139422, Apr. 25, 
1945. 

Special C-1566. Astor trust company. New York. 
R 1^9864, May 26, 1945. 



Ferris, }. L. Gerome. 12-15 

The first Thanksgiving In America. R 139520, 
May 19, 1945. 

The greatest American and his Flag. R 139521, 
May 19, 1945. 

The Liberty bell's first note. R 139522, May 19, 
1945. 

Putting the stars on the first Flag. R 139523, 
May 19, 1945. 

© Ernest N. Ryder, Croton FaUs, N. Y. 



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COMMERCIAL PRINTS 



Ace drill Corp., Detroit. 9939 

At your fingertips. For high speed steel drills. 
© June 8, 1945; KK 34085. 

Adel precision products Corp., Burbank, CalU. 

9940-9951 
Adel ra^ans dependability. For kitchen utensils, 
▼alves for aircraft and slide viewers. © May 20, 
1945; KK 33613. 

For cameras and slide viewers: 

At last you can really enjoy your color slides. 
® June 29, 1945; KK 33617. 

Products of design simplicity and depend- 
aWlity. © June 22, 1945; KK 33616. 
For color slide viewers: 

The best way to show color-slides. © Aug. 
3, 1945; KK 33827. 

How many calls make a sale? © Aug. 3, 
1945; KK 33828. 
For kitchen tools: 

Aren't they lovely? © June 8, 1945; KK 33615. 
Aren't they lovely? They're the new Adel 
kitchen tools. © May 29, 1945; KK 33614. 
For sheet metal fasteners: 

Either way - it's the all round fastener. © 
July 1, 1945; KK 33618. 

Stalock btilletln,. stalock push-on fastener for 
threadless studs. © July 10, 1945; KK 33789. 

Installation and servicing instructions for iso- 
draulic systems using filler adapter. For hydraulic 
apparatus and system. © Aug. 8, 1945; KK 34033. 
More and more leading prodbict designers de- 
mand Adel. For hydraulic and pneumatic control 
valves, pumps, fluid filters and other hydraulic 
apparatus. © June 7, 1945; KK 32970. 

A short cut to better faster assembly. For 
sheet metal nuts and fasteners. © June 12, 1945; 
KK 32971. 

Advertising dept. American bankers assn. See 
American bankers assn. Advertising depi. 

Agency paper co., New Yoris:. 9952-9956 

For take-off carbon paper: 

Keep abreast of progress. © June 18, 1945; 
KK 33304. 

Take-off for new profits. © June 30, 1945; 
KK 33697. 

Lightweight stationery - sky-rite on mirrors. 
For lightweight stationery. © July 3, 1945; KK 
33698. 

Personal. With portraits. For sky -rite light- 
weight stationery. © Aug. 20, 1945; KK 34065. 

^otlighting a proud trade mark. For air-mail 
lightweight stationery. © July 26, 1945; KK 33699. 



Aircraft-marine products, inc., Harrisburg, Pa. 

9957 
AMP solderless wiring devices. Terminal se- 
lector guide. For electrical wiring devices. © July 
27, 1945; KK 33686. 

Allied products co. See Walker, John T., d. b. a. 
Allied products co. 



Aluminum cooking utensil co., New Kensington, Pa. 

9958 
First production. For aluminum pressure cooker. 
© July 1, 1945; KK 33444. 

American bankers assn. Advertising dept., New 
York. 9959 

Guide to personal borrowing. For bank direct 

mail folder. © May 9, 1945; KK 34013. 

American blower Corp., Dearborn, Mich. 9960 

Gyrol fluid drive, bulletin no. 7719. For fluid 
drive, hydraulic coupling. © July 27, 1945; KK 
34006. 

American crayon co., Sandusky, O. 9961, 9962 

Books, art, craft, hobby, color. For books. © 

Aug. 2, 1945; KK 33762. 

Crayonex the versatile crayon. For crayon. © 

June 12, 1945; KK 33761. 

American engineering co., Philadelphia. 9963-9965 
AE second task force of steering gears. For AE 
steering gears. © July 15, 1945; K:K 33876. 

AE task force of winches. For winches, 4 dif- 
ferent kinds. © May 15, 1945; KK 33308. 

End boiler room drudgery. For AE perfect 
spread stoker and Taylor stoker. © May 25, 1945; 
KK 33781. 

American locomotive co. & General electric co., 
Schenectady, N. Y. 9966-9968 

For transportation equipment: 

The alert Dr. Jackson. © July 28, 1945; KK 
33783. 

Spare-time boomers. © July 14, 1945; KK 
33693. 

They herd wild buffaloes by rail. © June 30, 
1945; KK 33692. 

American molasses co., New York. 9969 

Make your delicious pickles, relishes, catsup, 
chili sauce and mince meat grandma's way and save 
your precious sugar. For molasses. © July 18, 
1945; KK 33938. 

American photocopy equipment co., Chicago. 9970 
For new speed in making photocopies. For 
photocopy equipment. © July 30, 1945; KK 33936. 

American sterilizer co., Erie, Pa. 9971 

American-freas hot air sterilizer. For hot air 
sterilizer. © June 11, 1945; KK 33300. 

American stove co., Cleveland. 9972 

Plan your new freedom gas kitchen. For kitchen 
ranges. © July 25, 1945; KK 33664. 

American tobacco co.. New York. 9973 

See what I mean. L. S./M. F. T. For cigarettes. 
© Aug. 13, 1945; KK 33988. 

Anderson co., Gary, Ind. 9974-9976 

Anco rain-master windshield wiper arm instruc- 
tion sheet and arm and blade chart, form 04-0089. 
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® Jane 8, 1945; KK 32907. 

Anco rain-mstster windshield wiper arms and 
blades. Chart, form 04-0114. For windshield wiper 
and blades, arms and arm adapters. © Jime 20, 
1945; KK 32908. 

New dead-locker model DL Anco rain-master 
windshield wiper arms and blades. Wall chart, 
form 04-0114. For windshield wiper arntis, adapters 
and blades. © June 21, 1945; KK 33620. 

Armour & co., Chicago. 9977-9983 

For meat: 

Hot treet medley. © July 27, 1945; KK 34078. 

In any town, treet is the meat for victory 
garden days. © May 20, 1945; KK 32826. 

In our town. © Aug. 26, 1945; KK 34079. 

Treet is the meat. © May 29, 1945; KK 32827. 

Treet is the meat for a bicycle round-up. © 
July 22, 1945; KK 34077. 

Treet is the meat for a picnic in the park. © 
June 17, 1945; KK 32828. 

Treet salad with cucumber sandwiches. © 
July 20, 1945; KK 34076. 

Armstrong food co., inc., Sherburne, N. Y. 9984 
H;4>py dog, happy you. For dog food. © Aug. 
20, 1945; KK 34035. 

Art metal co., Cleveland. 9985 

Disinfectaire ultraviolet germicidal equipment 

for use in meat storage coolers. For xiltraviolet 

germicidal equipment. © Aug. 22, 1945; KK 33983. 

Austenal laboratories, inc., Chicago. 9986 

In sports, it's skill that counts. For non-precious 
metal for dental and surgical appliances - micro- 
mold Ueth. © July 16, 1945; KK 33501. 

Baldwin locomotive works, Eddystone, Pa., Phila- 
delphia. 9987, 9988 
Baldwin die bobbing presses, bulletin 224. Foi 

die bobbing presses, machinery. © July 3, 1945; 

KK 34015. 

Horizontal forcing presses. For forcing presses. 

© July 13, 1945; KK 33546. 

Bayex corp.. New York. 9989 

Bayex tur-flo beat loss of fuel & heat. For tur- 
flow baffles. © July 21, 1945; KK 33910. 

Bell aircraft corp., Buffalo. 9990, 9991 

For aircraft: 

The man on Main street holds the key to peace. 
© July 29, 1945; KK 33798. 

National security demands wings. © July 1. 
1945; KK 33447. 

Bendix aviation corp., Detroit, North Hollywood, 
Calif., Teterboro, N. J. 9992-10007 

The electronic pilot gives finger-tip plane con- 
trol. For automatic pUot. © July 20, 1945; KK 

33653. 

For aircraft instruments: 

Installation instructions. Angle-of-attack 

magnesyn transmitter, pioneer type 10102-1-A. © 

July 6, 1945; KK 34054. 

Installation instructions. Diluter demand 

oxygen regulator, AN 6004-1. © June 19, 1945; KK 

33094. 

Installation instructions. Diluter demand 

oxygen regulator, AN 6004-1. © Aug. 10, 1945; KK 

34055. 



Installation instructions. Diluter demand 
oxygen regulator, AN 6004-1. © Aug. 10, 1945; KK 
34057. 

Installation instructions. Driftmeter. © June 
8, 1945^ KK 33096. 

Installation instructions. Dual manifold 
pressure autosyn indicator, navy stock, R88-1- 
1585-34. © Aug. 14, 1945; KK 34059. 

Installation Instructions. Fuel pressure auto- 
syn transmitter, navy stock, R88-T-2052. © Aug. 
14, 1945; KK 34058. 

Installation instructions. Turn and bank in- 
dicator, AN 5820. © Aug. 10, 1945; KK 34056. 

Installation instructions. Turn and bank in- 
dicator, AN 5820-1. © June 19, 1945; KK 33095. 

Installation instructions. Turn and bank in- 
dicator, navy stock R88- 1-3255-10. © June 19, 
1945; KK 33545. 

Water pressure contactor. Installation and 
line maintenance. © June 6, 1945; KK 33093. 

The greatest name in aircraft radio. For radios. 
© July 4, 1945; KK 33657. 

No. 1 service hints. For equipment for hydrau- 
lic systems. © Dec. 19, 1944; KK 33630. 

This hydraulic pressure regulator. For pres- 
sure-regulating valve for hydraulic system. © Oct. 
25, 1944; KK 33632. 

8 altair hydraulic controls on the Douglas in- 
vader. For aircraft hydraulic equipment. © Apr. 
27, 1945; EK 33631. 

Benson, Gay, specialties, Eden, N. Y. 10008 

Gay Benson s s'prise of the month. For surprise 

packages for children. © June 4, 1945; KK 33492. 

Best & CO., inc.. New York. 10009-10069 

Arnold authentics lead the campus parade. Fvom 
Best's famous Liliputian bazaar, a first suit is 
made of knitted wool. For women s shoes and little 
girl's knitted suit. © Aug. 21, 1945; KK 34022. 

Baby is comfortable in a Shuler baby walker. 
For baby walker. © July 23, 1945; KK 33602. 

Back to school, outfitted by Best's. For girls 
dresses, coats, sweaters, skirts, blouse and hats. 
© Aag. 5, 1945; KK 33802. 

Beloved for campus - good wool separates. For 
young cosmopolitans, princess college date dress. 
For misses jackets and skirts and junior miss 
dress. © Aug. 2, 1945; KK 33707. 

Best's famous college shop has the new stars and 
old familiar favorites. For college skirts, suits, 
jackets, coats and dress. © Aug. 5, 1945; KK 33801. 

Best's knows prep school clothes. For boys 
coat, suits, jackets and slacks. © Aug. 22, 1945; 
KK 34025. 

Cap-sleeve washables for teen sizes. For girls 
dresses. © July 5, 1945; KK 33952. 

Dormitory robe quilted beauty by Dorian. The 
bow dress, smart college wool. For bathrobe, 
misses dress. © Aug. 9, 1945; KK 33810. 

Dotted sheer nightie by Iris. For misses night- 
gown. © Aug. 1, 1945; KK 33705. 

Fabric contract-new fall blsick. For misses 
dress. © July 25, 1945; KK 33604. 

Featured for school, the sport jacket and slacks. 
For boy's jacket and slacks. © Aug. 8, 1945; KK 
33807. 

For college, natural gray kid. For gray kid 
coat. © Aug. 8, 1945; KK 33808. 

For college, superb gray flannel. All wool, 
warm and in demand school sweaters. For misses 
suits and boys sweaters. © Aue. 20, 1945; KK 34021. 

For school and play, Juillard s zephyroy corduroy. 



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For childrens pants, overalls, shorts, sweaters. ® 
Aug. 8, 1945; KK 33805. 

For young cosmopolitans, campus favorite in 
good wool tweed. For junior miss coat. © Aug. 20, 
1945; KK 34020. 

For young cosmopolitans, college girls go for 
our gray striped flannels. For girls suit and dress. 
© Aug. 17, 1945; KK 33870. 

For young cosmopolitans, in demand for college, 
wool gabardine. For junior miss suit. © Aug. 9, 
1945; KK 33811. 

For young cosmopolitans, soft for college with 
new deep armholes. For junior size dress. © Aug. 
7, 1945; KK 33803. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. Bow 
knots are appliqued. For baby's hat and wrapper 
set. © July 17, 1945; KK 33436. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. Bright 
embroidery on spun rayon of linen-like weave tells 
a color story. For littie girls dress. © J\ily 24, 
1945; KK 33603. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. The 
hood covers baby's head and helps to hold the shawl 
in place. For baby's shawl. © July 31, 1945; KK 
33701. 

From Best's famous Lilipiitian bazaar. Off to 
school and well supplied with useful sweaters. For 
litUe girl's sweaters. © Aug. 14, 1945; KK 33867. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. A rayon 
satin comfort is quilted by hand and filled with 
fluffy wool. For satin comforter for crib. © Aug. 
7, 1945; KK 33804. 

Gay little felts. For misses hats. © July 25, 
1945; KK 33605. 

Hand-sewn moccasins. Here they are. For 
misses moccasins. © Aug. 1, 1945; KK 33704. 

Her favorite dirndls are done in Dumari spun 
rayon. For girls* dresses. © Aug. 13, 1945; KK 
33866. 

In a big demand, pretty cotton swim suits. For 
2 bathing suits for women. © July 17, 1945; KK 
33437. 

In demand for college, a good polo coat. For 
misses coat. © .\ug. 20, 1945; KK 34019. 

In demand wear-with-everything shirts for col- 
lege. All wool herringbone tweed Eton suit. For 
misses blouses and boy's suit. © Aug. 9, 1945; KK 
33809. 

Iris slip to take to college. Teen-age standbys, 
her classic vool separates. For girls' slips, shirts, 
jackets and sweaters. © Aug. 22, 1945; KK 34023. 

Navy or red - a jacket and skirt of fine flannel. 
For girls flannel sldrt and jacket. © Aug. 2, 1945; 
KK 33706. 

New fall editions of Best's good wools. For 
misses coats and suits. © July 22, 1945; KK 33601. 

New I Feather caps. For ladies' hats. © July 
16, 1945; KK 33435. 

New version of the useful white shirt. For 
misses blouse. © July 18, 1945; KK 33439. 

On-or-off peplum for a young black dress. For 
junior miss dress. © July 18, 1945; KK 33441. 

Overalls and shorts of Juillard's zephyroy cor- 
duroy. For little Iwy's overalls and shorts. © 
;uly 18, 1945; KK 33438. 

Plaid cotton knits sure adorable and practical. 
For childrens plaid skirts, shorts, suspenders. © 
Aug. 17, 1945; KK 33868. 

Prom belle college dance dress. A girl's Lewi- 
spun tweed coat is wool lined. For misses gown and 
girl's coat. © Aug. 23, 1945; KK 34024. 

Schoolgirl cottons are gay, practical and so very 
becoming. It's Carter's in junior sizes. It's cela- 



nese rayon jersey. For girl's cotton dresses, girl's 
underwear. © Aug. 16, 1945; KK 33869. 

The short coat a major fashion. For misses 
coat. © July 31, 1945; KK 33702. 

The short nightie goes to college. For misses 
short nightie. © .Vug. 8, 1945; KK 33606. 

Sisters - big and little - are adorable in Best's 
fine cottons. For girls* dresses. © July 25, 1945; 
KK 33606. 

Smart and comfortable in her sweaters and 
slacks. Black and white for young cosmopolitans. 
Simple, smart, our dark town shoes. For sweaters 
and slacks, girl's dress, misses shoes. © July 19, 
1945; KK 33442. 

Smart and functional - the reversible coat is 
navy or plaid. For girls reversible coat. © Aug. 
2, 1945; KK 33708. 

So many lovely ways to keep them cool. For 
babies apparel, dresses blankets, etc. © Jtily 22, 
1945; KK 33600, 

So smart - so practical for little girls - blouses 
and skirts. For little girls skirts and blouses. © 
July 31, 1945; KK 33703. 

Softly tailored worsted for a new fall suit. For 
misses suit. © July 26, 1945; KK 33608. 

Starred in our famous college shop, plaids, young, 
becoming, gay, destined, we think, to play an im- 
portant role on the campus. For misses suits, 
coats, dresses, slacks, shirts, etc. © Aug. 19, 
1945; KK 34017. 

When the school outfitting program gets under- 
way, it's to Best's for quality and value. Perfect 
for college, Lewispun tweeds, exclusive with Best*s. 
For boys shirts, suits, etc., misses suit and coat. 
© Aug. 19, 1945; KK 34018. 

A wool sweater is entirely hand made. Harris 
tweed coat for young cosmopolitans. For little 
girls* sweater and misses coat. © July 26, 1945; 
KK 33607. 

Young black for a new town coat. New for fall, 
deep armholes. For misses coat and dress. © 
July 18, 1945; KK 33440. 



Biederman furniture co., St. Louis. 10060 

No money down. For furniture. © June 11, 1945; 
KK 33726. 



Bielzoff, D. J., products co., Chicago. 10061 

Whoa I Slow down with a sloe-up. For cordial, 
sloe gin. © June 18, 1945; KK 33499. 

Bigelow-Sanford carpet co., inc., Thompsonville, 
Conn. 10062 

Recipe for a lovely room. For pUe fabric floor 

covering. © Aug. 13, 1945; KK 34003. 



Blue bell, inc.. New York. 10063-10068 

For overalls and other work clothing: 

Why is qualitag like a good friend? © Aug. 9, 
1945; KK 34031. 

Why is qualit*^ like a home run? © July 12, 
1945; KK 34027. 

Why is qualitag like a party line? © July 26, 
1945; KK 34029. 

Why is qualitag like a watchdog? © Aug. 16, 
1945; KK 34032. 

Why is qualitag like a zebra? © July 19, 
1945; KK 34028. 

Why is qualitag like an X-ray? © Aug. 2, 
1945; KK 34030. 



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Bluhill foods, inc., Denver. 10069 

The secret's in the chunks. For peanut butter. 
© Sept. 22, 1944; KK 33765. 

Borden co.. New York. 10070-10104 

For cheese: 

Borden's big 4 will set your cheese sales 
humming. © Mar. 30, 1945; KK 33848. 

Compliments? Yes! Repeats? © June 30, 
1945; KK 33748. 

If you know these answers, your family's in 
luckl © July 6, 1945; KK 33925. 

Spread this and you've got a party 1 © May 
24, 1945; KK 33924. 

This year cheese for meatless lenten meals ! 
© Feb. 1, 1945; KK 33921. 

Use this cheese a dozen different ways I © 
July 24, 1945; KK 33753. 
For coffee: 

At last I An instant coffee with real roaster- 
fresh flavor, © Apr. 15, 1945; KK 33923. 

Costs no more per cup than finest ground 
coffee I © Apr. 15, 1945; KK 33922. 
For dairy products: 

But at Borden's, Beulah - 99 o/o would flunk 
you! © May 27, 1945; KK 33514. 

But darling, who says I'm playing second 
fiddle to a fish, cried Elsie. © July 10, 1945; KK 
33850. 

I can't seem to drag your father away from 
that sign! © ,une 17, 1945; KK 33515. 

I think it's time to tell Beulah what every 
Borden cow should know. © June 17, 1945; KK 
33516. 

I've got a figure grocers love! © July 15, 
1945; KK 33751. 

We never cram for examinations at Borden's. 
© May 10, 1945; KK 33731. 

For homogenized vitamin D milk: 

But we can't keep that a secret! © May 14, 
1945; KK 33513. 

Did you say what I thought you said? © June 
4, 1945; KK 33745. 
For ice cream: 

Borden's radio show. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 
33538. 

The glorious flavor from real pineapple ! © 
June 30, 1945; KK 33749. 
For malted milk: 

But, doctor, I can tell the whole story in one 
sentence. © July 1, 1945; KK 33750. 

Doctor, can you spare a minute and a half ? 
© May 1, 1945; KK 33741. 

It beats me, how a child her age can have so 
littie pep I © July 27, 1945; KK 33754. 

Must be getting old - I can't take it any more. 
© June 8, 1945; KK 33746. 

Say now! Are you being fair to the little fel- 
low? © Apr. 20, 1945; KK 33740. 

When Junior's picky about his food. © June 
20, 1945; KK 33747. 

Why do bright children often get poor report 
cards? © Jan. 15, 1945; KK 33846. 

Glorious flavor from real pineapple. For pine- 
apple sherbet. © July 1, 1945; KK 33954. 

Glorious ice cream. For condensed milk. © 
June 15, 1945; KK 33849. 

The grand flavor comes from real raspberries I 
For ice cream and milk sherbet. © June 2, 1945; 
KK 33744. 

Grand flavor from real raspberries. For rasp- 
berry milk sherbet. © June 1, 1945; KK 33537. 
Pack nourishment into your meals. For dry 



skim milk. © Feb. 8, 1945; KK 33847. 

Two wonderous cheese ideas. For cheeses. © 
May 20, 1945; KK 33743. 

What do you mean a picnic in more ways than 
one? For vitamin D fluid milk. © July 16, 1945" 
KK 33752. 

What is it you eat that makes you hungry? For 
fluid milk. © Feb. 19, 1945; KK 33739. 

The wonderful flavor comes from fresh oranges. 
For orange milk sherbet and ice cream. © May 5, 
1945; KK 33742. 

Wonderful flavor from fresh lemons. For lemon 
milk sherbet. © Aug. 1, 1945; KK 33926. ^^^mM 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N. J. 10105 

Botany brand fabrics. For woolen and worsted 
piece goods. © July 3, 1945; KK 33307. 

Bridgeport brass co., Bridgeport, Conn. 10106 

In freedom's cause. For copper base alloys. © 
July 2, 1945; KK 33382. 

Brown mfg. co., Le Roy, N. Y. 10107 

Ramon s brownie calendar. For medical pro- 
ducts, dry goods and notions. © Apr. 25, 1945; KK 
33912. 

Bu-tay products, ltd., Los Angeles. 10108 

Let's get acquainted. For washing powder. © 
July 1, 1945; KK 33800. 

CVH laboratories co. See Voigts, Hugo & Volgts, 
Elsie, d. b. a. CVH laboratories co. 

California research corp., San Francisco. 10109 
The mustang flies first onChevron aviation gas- 
oline. For aviation gasoline. © June 15, 1945; KK 
33475. 

Callite tungsten corp.. Union City, N. J. 10110 

Callinite, bulletin 158. For a high conductivity 
heat-resistant facing material. © July 24, 1945; KK 
33929. 

Camillus cutlery co., New York. 10111 

29 parts plus 69 years. For camp knife. © June 
20, 1945; KK 33724. 

Casey, Charles J., inc., Mason City, la. 10112 

Vita-master, mina-master, tops-all, tone-up. 
For livestock and poultry concentrates. © May 25, 
1945; KK 32956. 

Casite corp., Hastings, Mich. 10113 

Wake up lazy horsepower. Sludge solvent for 
internal combustion engines. © yuly 28, 1945; KK 
33790. 

Celanese corp. of America, New York. 10114-10116 
For Celanese* textiles, plastics, chemicals. 
How many human comforts can you count in a 
barrel of petroleum? © July 9, 1945; KK 33497. 

Synthetics changed buying into selling. © 
Aug. 5, 1945; KK 33841. 

Where do we go from here? For textiles, plas- 
tics, chemicals. © Aug. 21, 1945; KK 34011. 

Chiropody supply headquarters, inc., Chicago. 

10117 
Red! -cut moleskin shields for the chiropodist. 
For shields for corns, callouses, Imnions, etc. © 
July 2, 1945; KK 33543. 



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Clairol, inc., Stamford, Conn. 10116, 10119 

For shampoo tint: 

As the scientist relies on his formulas, so 
you can rely on Clairol. ® July 1, 1945; KK 33646. 

Clairol colors are true. © Aug. 1, 1945; KK 
33831. 

Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 10120-10137 

For soft drink: 

Da's na fijn, zunnel Haye a Coca-cola. Say, 
that's great. Brussels. © June 11, 1945; KK 33463. 

Desf rute a pausa que ref resca. Aviatrix. © 
July 15, 1945; KK 33682. 

Disf rute de la pausa que refresca. Aviatrix. 
© July 25, 1945; KK 33685. 

Esta p'ra mim. Have a coke. This is for me. 
Brazil-beach scene. © June 28, 1945; KK 33466. 

Glad you drifted over. Have a coke. Canoeing. 
© July 17, 1945; KK 33679. 

Glad you drifted over. Have a coke. Canoeing. 
© July 17, 1945; KK 33680. 

It's a picnic. Have a coke. Chipmunk. © 
June 20, 1945; KK 33675. 

The latchstring's out. Have a Coca-cola. 
Sunday night supper. © May 20, 1945; KK 33465. 

The latchstring's out. Have a coke. Sunday 
night supper, © June 4, 1945; KK 33462. 

Let's talk it over. Have a coke. Country 
garage. © July 2, 1945; KK 33464. 

Let's t^ it over. Have a coke. Country 
garage. © July 3, 1945; KK 33677. 

Look pleasant, please. Have a Coca-cola. 
Canada no. 5. © June 28, 1945; KK 33676. 

One big reason for the coke shortage. Uncle 
Sam and sugar. © July 16, 1945; KK 33683. 

Une perm' a Paris. Have a Coca-cola. Paris 
leave. Paris. ©July 9, 1945; KK 33681. 

Une perm' a Paris. Have a Coca-cola. Paris 
leave. Paris. © July 10, 1945; KK 33678. 

Refreshing. Girl in white hat, E-3, 10470. © 
July 2, 1945; KK 33310. 

Sorry, but we're short on coke today. Grocer. 
© July 18, 1945; KK 33684. 

Yes. Girl swimming, hand offering bottle. © 
Aug. 1, 1945; KK 34069. 

Cole of California, inc., Los Angeles. 10138, 10139 
For swim suits: 

Small things are important, LA- 7- A. © June 
29, 1945; KK 33611. 

Small things are important, LA- 13. © July 5, 
1945; KK 33612. 

Columbia pictures corp., New York. 10140, 10141 
For stills, posters, window cards, lobby display 
cards, slides and mats: 

Boston Blackie's rendezvous. © June 18, 
1945; KK 33411. 

Pennies from heaven, Mr. Deeds goes to town. 
© July 31, 1945; KK 34016. 

Commersnes, A. J., Sacramento, Calif. 10142 

North star results. Resultat. Risultai. For 
fish bait. © July 6, 1945; KK 33629. 

Consolidated frozen food corp., Los Angeles. 

10143 
Consolidated frozen food corporation. For 
frozen foods. © July 6, 1945; KK 33599. 

Corn products refining co.. New York. 10144 

When you think of the Mayflower. For dextrose 
sugar. © ^Jly 25, 1945; KK 33872. 



Corn products sales co,. New York. 10145, 10146 
Sunny 's washday ABC's. For starch. © July 27, 

1945; KK 33735. 

Uncle Walter always dresses up for dinner. For 

dessert. © July 21, 1945; KK 33569. 

Cory glass coffee brewer co., Chicago. 

10147, 10148 
For glass coffee brewers and parts: 

Cory Canadian catalog. © Ji/Iar. 10, 1945; KK 
33057. 

Cory domestic supplement. © July 1, 1945; 
KK 33937. 

Darling valve & mfg. co., Williamsport, Pa, 10149 
Darling iron body, solid wedge taper seat gate 
valves, bulletin 4503. For gate valves. ® June 1, 
1945; KK 32790. 

Davison chemical corp., Baltimore. 10150 

A service that builds sales by securing goodwill. 
For protek-sorb silica gel, protek-coat asphalt 
compound. © July 25, 1945; KK 33597. 

Delta mfg. co., Milwaukee. 10151 

Deltacraft disc -adhesive, 49-503. For adhesive. 
© July 31, 1945; KK 34084. 

De Vita, Frank L., Livingston, N. J. 10152 

Florawic. For perfume caddie. © Dec. 13, 
1944; KK 33951. 

Dick, A. B., CO., Chicago,' 10153-10162 

For stencil duplicators and supplies: 

Business systems produced on the mimeo- 
graph duplicator. © May 24, 1945; KK 33458. 

Clear, crisp, clean. © May 25, 1945; KK 
33398. 

For your business systems and all duplicating 
needs. © June 24, 1945; KK 33594. 

General schedule of supplies, class 54. © 
June 27, 1945; KK 34014. 

Moving much, far. © July 1, 1945; KK 33987. 

Our country needs waste paper. © July 1, 
1945, KK 33792. 

Plant clearance program papers. © July 13, 
1945; KK 34038. 

Simplified paper work for contract termina- 
tion. © July 1, 1945; KK 33652. 

Vendor's shipping documents. © July 1, 1945; 
KK 33766. 

Won't fade. © June 25, 1945; KK 33918. 

Doho chemical corp., New York. 10163 

Ear conditions due to bathing. For medicinal 
product. © Aug. 2, 1945; KK 33760. 

Drackett t;o., Cincinnati. 10164 

Watch it, mother I For powder to clear all house- 
hold pipes and drains. © Mar. 23, 1945; KK 33487. 

Dumont, Allen B., laboratories, inc.. New York, 
Passaic, N. J. 10165-10172 

Dumont multi-band type 5RP cathode-ray tube. 

For cathode-ray tubes. © July 1, 1945; KK 33385. 
Eastman mfg. company automatically inspects 

each and every casting with the Dumont cyclograph. 

For Dumont cyclograph. © Jtdy 1, 1945; KK 33877. 
Extra values found only in the DuMont t3rpe 247 

oscillograph. For oscillograph. © Aug. 10, 1945; 

KK 34066. 

For electronic equipment and television: 

Dumont - For the tools of television. © July 



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1, 1945; KK 33720. 

Fred Allen says: Dumont television is right 
up Allen*s alley. © July 1, 1945; KK 33719. 

Fred Allen says: Dumont television is right 
up Allen's alley. © July 1, 1945; KK 33721. 

Fred Allen says: Dumont television is right 
up Allen's alley. © July 26, 1945; KK 33722. 

Pioneering, continued. For Dumont oscillograph. 
© July 1, 1945; KK 32975. 

Dunshaw co,, New York. 10173 

The Dunshaw photo of the month. For invisible 
lenses. © July 2, 1945; KK 33493. 

Durham mfg. Corp., Muncie, Ind. 10174 

Durham, an adaptable plant with an adaptable 
product. For metal card tables and furniture. © 
Aug. 9, 1945; KK 33840. 

Duro test corp.. North Bergen, N. J. 10175-10177 
For fluorescent lamps: 

Fluorescent sweepstakes, get set. © June 6, 
1945; KK 33836. 

Fluorescent sweepstakes, go. © June 13, 
1945; KK 33837. 

Health, wealth and good fellowship. For electric 
lamp bulbs. © May 20, 1945; KK 33835. 

Elwell-Parker electric co., Cleveland. 10178 

Industrial logistics. For industrial trucks and 
cranes. © June 26, 1945; KK 33948. 

Emmons & co., inc., Newark, N. Y. 10179 

Landscape and fruit consultants, Emmons & co., 
inc. For nursery stock. © July 10, 1945; KK 
33813. 

Empire nursery products co., inc., Newark, N. Y. 

10180 

Empire nursery products co., inc. established 

1866, Newark, New York state, prize winning quality 

nursery stock. For nursery stock. © July 10, 

1945; KK 33816. 

Eversharp, inc., Chicago. 10181-10184 

For fountain pen and pencil: 

An Eversharp always answers the $64 ques- 
tion. © July 8, 1945; KK 33729. 

For distinguished service. © Aug. 9, 1945; 
KK 33917. 

Newest pen fashion! © Aug. 1, 1945; KK 
33916. 

Where ordinary pens flood or leak, this Ever- 
sharp keeps on writii^. © May 22, 1945; KK 33522. 

FR Corp., New York. 10185 

Scoop. For soapless crystals. © June 21, 1945; 
KK 33595. 

Fairbanks, Morse & co., Chicago. 10186 

Fairbanks -Morse figure 5520P centrifugal pumps, 
bulletin 5520P-3. For centrifugal pun^>s. © May 
24, 1945; KK 33309. 

Farm fresh fruiterers, Floral Park, N. Y. 10187 
Always best. Farm fresh. For fresh fruits and 
vegetables. © July 20, 1945; KK 33495. 

Fedco CO., Rosemead, Calif. 10188 

Anatomy of the fowl. For poultry feed. © June 
15, 1945; KK 33560. 



Finch, Joseph S., & co., Schenley, Pa. 10189, 10190 
For whiskey: 

Choice of a lifetime. © May 29, 1945; KK 
33884. 

Choice of a lifetime. © July 1, 1945; KK 
33641. 

First industrial corp. Micro switch div., Freeport, 
m. 10191-10202 

For precision electric switches: 

Gives rigid automatic control of temperature 
or current. © May 9, 1945; KK 34047. 

Hand holes to pass the ammunition. © June 
7, 1945; KK 33773. 

Here's where the egg came first. © June 2, 
1945; KK 33772. 

Keep temperature and current automatically 
controlled with Micro switch temp cop. © June 7, 
1945; KK 34049. 

Micro switch rotary H housing is adjustable 
through 360 degrees. © Apr. 20, 1945; KK 33770. 

New Micro switch rotary H housing may be 
sealed against dirt, splash or oil. © May 29, 1945; 
KK 34048. 

Our engineers, who grew up with the air- 
craft industry. © Apr. 11, 1945; KK 33771. 

There are literally hundreds of jobs to which 
you can apply Micro switch snap-action. © Aug. 4, 
1945; KK 34053. 

When how many means how much. © July 1, 
1945; KK 34050. 

Writing checks make you tired? © June 30, 
1945; KK 33774. 

For precision electrical switches: 

Is control of temperature to +..10° close 
enough? © ^ly 19, 1945; KK 34052. 

This Micro switch snap-action spring pro- 
vides millions of operations to cut electrical con- 
trol costs. © July 7, 19455- KK 34051. 

Flying, Chicago. 10203 

Flying's airsedan. For a novel airplane. © j'uly 
10, 1945; KK 33494. 

Fritzsche bros., inc., New York. 10204 

Fables and facts about food and flavors. For 
spicing compounds and food flavors. © Aug. 1, 
1945; KK 34002. 

Frolic dickey co., New York. 10105-10206 

Bow tied at front of dickey. For ladies dickey. 

© July 27, 1945; KK 33733, 

The vagabond. For ladies snood. © July 27, 

1945; KK 33732. 

Gaines food co., inc., Sherburne, N. Y. 

10207-10209 

For dog food: 

Over and over again. © July 27, 1945; KK 
33852. 

The secret of Gaines* overwhelming success. 
© Aug. 6, 1945; KK 33845. 

To keep him on his toes. © Aug. 10, 1945; 
KK 33920. 

Garberding, Waldo L., d. b. a. Twentieth century 
mfg. CO., Chicago. 10210 

Stop burglars with jimmy -proof guardit. For 

latchbolt guards. © Aug. 20, 1945; KK 34034. 

General electric co. See American locomotive co. 



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General foods corp., New York. 10211 

Wheel Isn't this fun, Volto? For cereal. © 
Feb. 28, 1945; KK 33488. 

General instrument corp., Elizabeth, N. J. 10212 
The time has come, the walrus said. For radio 
components. © July 24, 1945; KK 33839. 

General mills, inc., Minneapolis, San Francisco. 

10213-10227 
For cereal: 

E^ect big things of a wheaties fanl © June 
2, 1945; KK 33888. 

Fishing can wait, I've got a date. © July 1, 
1945; KK 33891. 

Know-how. © May 5, 1945; KK 33886. 
Man, O man, an oat cereal all ready to eat. 
© July 1, 1945; KK 33892. 

Need reinforcement? © June 30, 1945; KK 
33890. 

For flour: 

Betty Crocker says: Easy as 1, 2, 3, to get 6 
dozen cookies I © July 15, 1945; KK 33893. 

Betty Crocker says: Raisin -oatmeal ribbon 
loaf adds a festive touch to any meal I © June 10, 
1945; KK 33505. 

Fresh strawberry cake. © June 3, 1945; KK 
33504. 

Give your pie -hungry family this shortening- 
saver! © June 2, 1945; KK 33503. 

Just add cream to bisquick. © May 20, 1945; 
KK 33887. 

Magic for meals, by Martha Meade, SA-1284. 
I © July 1, 1944; KK 33819. 

I Mealtime wizardry, by Martha Meade, SA- 

' 1300. © Sept. 15, 1944; KK 33820. 

How to feed larro chick builder. For chick feed. 
© \pr. 23, 1945; KK 33502. 

Seeds that will grow opportunity. For food prod- 
ucts. © June 26, 1945; KK 33889. 

. General tire & rubber co., Akron, O. 10228 

! Instructions for usii^ the general saddlepatch. 

For patch for repair of tires. © May 10, 1945; KK 

32084. 

George, Edwin C, Evanston, 111. 10229-10232 

For carving kit: 

Wood whittling whimsies. Canadiangeese. GI. 
© June 1, 1945; KK 33758. 

Wood whittling whimsies. Fish F 1. © June 
1, 1945; KK 33674. 

Wood whittling whimsies. Fish F 2. © June 
1, 1945; KK 33673. 
I Wood whittling whimsies. Mallard duck MI. 

I © June 1, 1945; KK 33725. 

GUes, Robert W., sr., Miami, Fla. 10223 

Sta-yon, the perfect outdoor make-up. For cos - 
I metic. © July 12, 1945; KK 33730. 

Glenmore distilleries co., inc., Louisville, Ky. 

10234, 10235 
For whiskey: 

Julep time. Mint juleps. © July 13, 1945; KK 
33551. 

Prologue to pleasure. Barbecue ash tray. © 
July 25, 1945; KK 34061. 

Goetz, Karl R., d. b. a. Sulpha form co., Plymouth, 



Wis. 10236 

Mastitis, the scourge of the diary farmer. For 

veterinary, medical products for cattle. © Jan. 10, 

1945; KK 33420. 

Gold medal hair products, Brooklyn. 10237 

Special customer deal. For new medalo special 
> pressing compound and brass comb. © Apr. 19, 
1945; KK 33564. 

Granat bros., San Francisco. 10238-10243 

For diamond rings: 

Diamond solitaires with tempered mountings 
as seen in your August Vogue. © July 29, 1945; KK 
33700. 

Diamond wedding rings - For him - for her. 
© July 22, 1945; KK 33619. 

Emerald cut solitaires. © July 8, 1945; KK 
33460. 

SoliUires, by Granat. © July 15, 1945; KK 
33461. 

Things that dreams are made of. © Aug. 12, 
1945; KK 33919. 

Threesomes. © Aug. 5, 1945; KK 33864. 

Gray, Dorothy, ltd.. New York. 10244-10248 

For cosmetics: 

Beauty is a habit. © July 19, 1945; KK 33578. 

Design for the right look. © Aug. 13, 1945; 
KK 33882. 

Dorothy Gray. How does she find time to 
keep her face so fresh and bright? © Aug. 13, 1945; 
KK 33883. 

The once-a-year savings event. © Aug. 5, 
1945; KK 33862. 

Who, me? Glamorous? © Aug. 3, 1945; KK 
33756. 

Griffin rafg. co., inc., Brooklyn. 10249-10251 

Please, try our way first. For black shoe dye. 

© July 3, 1945; KK 33535. 

Please, try our way first. For brown shoe dye. 

© July 3, 1945; KK 33536. 

Please, try our way first. Suede dressing. For 

dressing for shoes of suede leather. © July 13, 

1945; KK 33448. 

Guthman, Edwin I., & co., inc., Chicago. 10252 

Guthman inductronics, inductors and electronics. 

For radio components. ©Sept. 25, 1944; KK 33557. 

Hanley, James, co.. Providence. 10253-10255 

For ale: 

Going my way? © July 23, 1945; KK 33550. 

A great alel © July 11, 1945; KK 33406. 

No wonder Hanley s tastes so good I Light- 
house. © July 19, 1945; KK 33549. 

Hansen, Lawrence E., Chicago. 10256 

Magic stencil. Instructions. For game. © June 
16, 1945; KK 33661. 

Harper-Wyman co., Chicago. 10257-10259 

For burner system for gas stoves: 

What woman wills, wiU be. © JNlay 31, 1945; 
KK 33407. 

What woman wUls, wiU be. © June 28, 1945; 
KK 33408. 

What woman wills, will be, she wanted a better 
planned kitchen. © July 26, 1945; KK 33873. 



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Haxris-Seybold-Potter co., Cleveland. 

10260, 10261 
For lithographic supplies: 

Harris impressions, v. 5, no. 4, Apr., 1945; 
© June 26, 1945; KK 33580. 

Harris impressions, v. 5, no. 5, May, 1945. 
© July 24, 1945; KK 33579. 

Hastings mfg. co,, Hastings, Mich. 10262, 10263 
For piston rings: 

Oh brother, does he need new piston rings. 
© June 27, 1945; KK 33146. 

Tough, but oh so genUe. © Aug. 4, 1945; KK 
33791. 

Hercules powder co., inc., Wilmington, Del. 

10264, 10265 
For chemicals: 

Concrete extraordinary. © Aug. 16, 1945; KK 
33946. 

Tough - on the civilian front. © July 12, 1945; 
KK 33394. 

Hinde & Dauch paper co., Sandusky, O. 10266 

No time for broken noses now. For corrugated 
shipping boxes. © Jan.. 1, 1944; KK 33865. 

Hirestra laboratories, inc.. New York. 10267 

I'm in my late 40's, yet I pass easily for 37. 
For endocreme, cosmetic. © Aug. 15, 1945; KK 
34086. 

House of vision, Chicago. 10268-10275 

For glasses: 

If you need glasses there's a perfect pair for 
you. © July 5, 1945; KK 33472. 

Near sighted? Far sighted? Short sighted? 
© June 18m 1945; KK 33467. 

Perfect fit, plain or fancy. © June 28, 1945; 
KK 33470. 

Perfection demands patience. © July 16, 
1945; KK 33474. 

Time's no element with us when you have 
glasses trouble. © July 2, 1945; KK 33471. 

We do hard jobs and simple ones as well. © 
July 9, 1945; KK 33473. 

Well, why don't you wear your glasses? © 
June 21, 1945; KK 33468. 

We're never too busy to do the unusual. © 
June 25, 1945; KK 33469. 

Hudson, H. D.,mfg. co., Chicago. 10276-10283 

For farm equipment: 

Jiggers, the cop. © Aug. 4, 1945; KK 33982. 

Not bad, eh boys? © July 7, 1945; KK 33981. 

She'll earn more money for you with Hudson 
equipment. © June 18, 1945; KK 33404. 

$ 59 billion burning holes in John Q's pocket. 
© June 5, 1945; KK 33401. 

$ 59 billion burning holes in John Q's pocket. 
© June 6, 1945; KK 33402. 

$ 59 billion burning holes in John Q's pocket. 
© June 7, 1945; KK 33403. 

$ 59 billion ready to be traded for things. © 
July 1, 1945; KK 33405. 

$59 billion waiting to be spent. © May 18, 
1945; KK 33400. 

International silver co., Meriden, Conn. 

10284, 10285 

It was going to be so nice. For sterling silver- 
ware. © June 20. 1945; KK 35971. 

Remember, it s not the merchandise alone that 



counts. For sterling inlaid silverplate. © Julv 24 
1945; KK 33711. 

Jessar, Fred, Philadelphia. 10286 

Jessar's protective garments, Jessar's saf-t cur- 
tains. For safety curtains and garments. © June 
25, 1945; KK 33885. 

Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

10287-10289 

Charles H. Mayo, 1865-1939. For sutures. © 
July 2, 1945; KK 33295. 

Surgical quality cotton in Johnson & Johnson cotton 
balls. For cotton balls. © ^uly 6, 1945; KK 33294. 

Unit folded. For gauze sponges. © July 6, 1945; 
KK 33293. 



Johnson gear & mfg. co., ltd., Berkeley, Calif. 

10290, 10291 
For Johnson right angle drive: 

Dependable water 24 hours a day. © Oct. 1. 
1944; KK 31112. 

Water when you need it. © Oct. 7, 1944; KK 
31113. 

Jones & Laughlin steel Corp., Pittsburgh. 

10292, 10293 
For steel: 

Steel drums for war will serve peace too. © 
July 12, 1945; KK 33563. 

Wire rope, a sinew of war & industry. © June 
21, 1945; KK 33596. 

Katz drug co., Kansas City, Mo. 10294 

Katz drug co. For drugs and sundry merchan- 
dise. © July 15, 1945; KK 33547. 

Kaylon, inc.. New York. 10295 

Tailoring tells they're Tommies. For clothing. 
© July 23, 1945; KK 33853. 

Kemper, F. H., Chicago. 10296 

Dress for success. For men's clothing. © Dec. 
12, 1944; KK 33894. 

Keuffel & Esser co., Hoboken, N. J. 10297, 10298 
How to use K & E section liner triangle no. 1235. 

For section liner triangle. © May 19, 1945; KK 

33554. 

How to use Phoenix tracing cloth. For tracing 

cloth. © June 10, 1945; KK 33089. 

King leathers, inc., Indiana, Pa. 10299, 10300 

For billfold: 

At last a big enough billfold. © May 2, 1945; 
KK 33590. 

Have you seen the new king size billfolds for 
women? © Mar. 20, 1945; KK 33459. 

Klassen, William, Grand Rapids. 10301 

Pedoscope. For shoe fitting devise. © July 26, 
1945; KK 33626. 

Kraft cheese co., Chicago. 10302 

You can depend on Kraft quality. For cheese. 
© July 27, 1945; KK 33896. 

Krause, Charles A., milling co., Milwaukee. 10303 
The American brewing industry has won new 
friends for American beer. For malt. © July 15, 
1945; KK 34060. 



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Lambert bros. jewelers, inc., New York. 

10304-10307 
For rings: 

Diamond solitaire of Lambert quality. © Feb. 
6, 1945; KK 32685. 

It's new ! Sterling silver identity rings. © 
Feb. 9, 1945; KK 32683. 

Golden hearts entwined. For gold brooch. © 
Feb. 7, 1945; KK 32684. 

With this ring I do thee wed! For wedding rings. 
© May 15, 1945; KK 32838. 

Leggett, F. H. & co., New York. 10308 

Premier peanut butter. For peanut butter. © 
July 31, 1945; KK 33881. 

Lehn & Fink products Corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

10309-10323 
For cosmetic: 

Is it etiquet? Does she thank him after the 
dance? © Aug. 7, 1945; KK 33755. 

Is it etiquet? Must he give her a ring? © 
July 24, 1945; KK 33656. 
FOr disinfectant: 

Calling Dr. Jones, © Apr. 11, 1945; KK 33451. 

Don't put your foot in iti © June 4, 1945; KK 
33496. 

Ellen lives in heartbreak house. © Jan. 9, 
1945; KK 33552. 

Her marriage was topsy-turvy 1 © July 16, 
1945; KK 33638. 

I nearly put my foot in itI © May 20, 1945; 
KK 33446. 

I'm set for summer, are you? © July 9, 
1945; KK 33445. 

Imagine! My own mother taking a chance 
even once ! © July 20, 1945; KK 33964. 

Medical school tests prov* lysol kills flu bug. 
© Feb. 16, 1945; KK 33637. 

A mother shouldn't miss even oncel © July 
16, 1945; KK 33399. 
For tooth powder: 

Dates galore for toothsome Lenore. © May 
11, 1945; KK 33553. 

Toothsome? He's a canteen Casanoval © 
Apr. 11, 1945; KK 33450. 

Is it etiquet to hold your man? For deodorant 
cream. © July 21, 1945; KK 33863. 

Your money back if you don't think this is the 
best Hinds you ever used. For hand lotion. © Jiily 
16, 1945; KK 33313. 

Lentheric, inc., New York. 10324, 10325 

For cosmetics: 

Soft-focus cake make-up and lipstick. © July 
1, 1945; KK 33409. 

Soft-focus face powder-pact. © May 29, 1945; 
KK 33410. 

Liebmann breweries, inc., Brooklyn. 10326-10332 
For alcoholic beverage: 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer I Says 
Betty Comden. © July 7, 1945; KK 33996. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer! Says Pat 
Boyd, Miss Rheingold, 1945. © May 5, 1945; KK 
33120. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer ! Says Pat 
Boyd, Miss Rheingold, 1945. © June 23, 1945; KK 
33995. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer 1 Says Pat 
Boyd, Miss Rheingold, 1945. © July 22, 1945; KK 
33998. 



My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer! Says Pat 
Boyd, Miss Rheingold, 1945, After a hot week in 
the city. © July 17, 1945; KK 33997. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer ! Says Pat 
Boyd, Miss Rheingold, 1945. It's wonderful to be 
outdoors. © June 10, 1945; KK 33994. 

Our beer is Rheingold, the dry beer 1 Say An- 
tonio and Rosario. © June 4, 1945; KK 33993. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co.. New York. 

10333-10342 
Aces with pipe smokers. Granger, the mild, cool 
pipe tobacco. For Granger pipe tobacco. © July 5, 
1945; KK 33430. 
For cigarettes: 

Able bodied seaman takes command. © June 
21, .1945; KK 33145. 

Actions of ballerina catch the eye. © July 26, 
1945; KK 33764. 

Airman wins Bea with Chesterfields. © July 
19, 1945; KK 33591. 

Army beguiles chanteuse. © Aug. 16, 1945; 
KK 33945. 

At all the best clubs. Helen Carroll. © Aug. 
2, 1945; KK 33779. 

It's A. B. C. time. Helena Bliss. © Aug. 3, 
1945; KK 33780. 

A perfect evening, orchids and theater tickets. 
© Aug. 10, 1945; KK 33944. 

A sailor bestirs comedienne. © Aug. 9, 1945; 
KK 33943. 

Top of the deck. For Velvet pipe and cigarette 
tobacco. © Aug. 1, 1945; KK 33942. 

Lipton, Thomas J., inc., Hoboken, N, J. 

10343, 10344 

Better hook into Lipton's great iced tea pro- 
motion yourself I For beverage. © June 30, 1945; 
KK 33970. 

I adore Lipton's brisk flavor, says lov^le Gracie 
Allen. For beverage, tea. © Jane 5, 1945; KK 
33486. 

Lockwood, Lawrence A., Chicago. 10345 

Tac-tac. For baby's bulletin board. © July 27, 
1945; KK 33949. 

Lucas, Frank, New York. 10346 

Destroy. For insect exterminating compounds. 
© July 6, 1945; KK 33895. 

Lustra corp. of America, New York. 10347 

Penetray, your aches and pains. For infra-red 
heat lamp. © Feb. 27, 1945; KK 33559. 

McCabe, Corinne Rae, Johnstown, Pa. 10348 

An honor scroll. For an honor scroll. © Mar. 
7, 1945; KK 31292. 

McClernon, Francis Hugo, d. b. a. McClernon mfg. 
CO. 10349 

McClernon s Bobby snow horse. For metal hob- 
by horse. © June 1, 1945; KK 33519. 

McClernon mfg. co. See McClernon, F. H., d. b. a. 
McClernon mfg. co. 

Macmillan petroleum corp., Los Angeles. 

10350-10357 
For motor oil: 

Have used nothing else for 10 years. © June 
28, 1945; KK 33576. 



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I drove 96,138 miles without an overhaul. © 
Apr. 19, 1945; KK 33571. 

More requests for ring-free than any other 
brand. © June 1, 1945; KK 33574. 

No major repairs in 96,482 miles. © June 14, 
1945; KK 33575. 

Once a customer uses ring-free, he won't use 
anything else. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 33570. 

Ring-free helped to win customer confidence. 
© May 1, 1945; KK 33572. 

110,000 miles without puttii^ a wrench on the 
motor. © July 12, 1945; KK 33577. 

140,202 miles and still going strong. © May 
24, 1945; KK 33573. 

Mealpack, inc.. New York. 10358 

Now I Hot meals, when and where you want them I 
For food service equipment, © Aug. 17, 1945; KK 
33984. 

Merit clothii^ co., inc., Mayfield, Ky. 10359, 10360 
For men's clothing: 

First things first. © July 27, 1945; KK 33874. 
The time is now. © Aug. 1, 1945; KK 33875. 

Micro switch div. First industrial corp. See First 
industrial corp. Micro switch div. 

Miller, Alexander, Portland, Or. 10361 

Santi Buddha. For statuary. © June 4, 1945; KK 
33301. 

Millspaugh, Vincent L., Seattle. 10362 

Junior contractor. For children's building 
blocks. © June 4, 1945; KK 33658. 

Minnesota mining & mfg. co., St. Paul. 10363-10365 
For Scotch cellulose tape: 

How to have a neater kitchen. © July 11, 1945; 
KK 33302. 

I'm in love with a stick-up gal. © Aug. 10, 
1945; KK 33843. 

I'm ready to fold up. © Aug. 21, 1945; KK 
33985. 

Mrs. Ragsdale's foods co., San Antonio. 10366 

Mrs. Ragsdale's quality products slenderaise. 

For dressing for salads. © Aug. 1, 1945; KK 33777. 

Modern design equipment co., Crystal Lake, 111. 

10367 
Solve your poultry killing problem with a kleen- 
killer. For poultry equipment. © June 7, 1945; KK 
33633. 

Moog industries, inc., St. Louis. 10368 

A full power overhaul. For piston rings. © July 
8, 1945; KK 33818. 

Moore, William C, & co., inc., Newark, N. Y. 

10369 
Square deal trees, fruits, shrubs for home and 
orchard, Wm. C. Moore & co., inc. For nursery 
stock. © July 10, 1945; KK 33814. 

Moo res, Pauline Taylor, Los Angeles. 10370 

A sensational book! Moores life reader and 
scientifically prepared astrological chart. For 
book. © May 19, 1945; KK 33386. 



Motor wheel corp., Lansing, Mich. 
For duo-therm heaters: 



10371-10374 



I'm from Missouri. © May 31, 1945- KK 
33319. 

Where do they get that stuff? © hine21, 1945: 
KK 33489. 

Who's that rockin* your dealer-ship? © Aug. 
1, 1945; KK 33992. 

You cost us a million bucks and we love you 
for it! © July 1, 1945; KK 33490. 

Mulligan, W. J., & co., San Francisco. 10375 

For 'top 'o the world flavor in martini's 1 For 
globo dry gin. © June 15, 1945; KK 33621. 

Nash engineering co.. South Norwalk, Conn. 10376 
Nash vacuum priming valves for centrifugal 
pumps speed priming and proloi^ priming pump 
life. For vacuum priming valves. © June 28, 1945; 
KK 33624. 

National biscuit co., New York. 10377 

Wilmer, until you've tidied your room, you can't 
have any Nabisco shredded wheat 1 For breakfast 
food. © May 27, 1945; KK 33103. 

National chemical & mfg. co., Chicago. 10378 

Cameragraph studies show brushwork. For 
paint. © May 29, 1945; KK 33138. 

National council for the promotion of Father's day, 
inc.. New York. 10379 

Father's day, June 17, official 1945 Father's day 

promotion and display material. For displa/matter. 

© Mar. 1, 1945; KK 33303. 

National engineering co., Chicago. 10380 

Simpson molding cost calculator. For intensive 
mixers. © Apr. 28, 1945; KK 33449. 

National geographic soc., Washington, D. C. 10381 
Nature books and pictorial panoramas. For pub- 
lications of the soci«ty. © June 11, 1945; KK 33556. 

National mattress co., Huntington, W. Va. 10382 
Zooming in popularity! For baby bedding. © 
May 1, 1945; KK 33670. 

National oil products co., Harrison, N. J. 

10383, 10384 

Overcoming the taste hazard in B-complex thera- 
py. For viUmins. © June 1, 1945; KK 33425. 

The story of true vitamin A in the pullet, NA-151. 
For poultry feed. © ;uly 20, 1945; KK 34064. 

Necessity products, Chicago. 10385 

A Necessity product for white and two^tone shoes. 
For applicators. © July 2, 1945; KK 33443. 

Neilson, Raymond H., Neilson, Raymond F., Neil- 
son, Howard F., Johns, Adele & Marce, Roger E., 
d. b. a. Neilson chemical co., Detroit. 

10386, 10387 
For solution for removal of rust and corrosion 
from metals. 

Metalprep rusUboo. © July 12, 1945; KK 
33567. 

Metalprep rustaboo. Catalog price sheet. © 
June 30, 1945; KK 33568. 

Neilson chemical co. See Neilson, Raymond H., 
Neilson, Raymond F., Neilson, Howard F., Johns, 
Adele & Marce, Roger E., d. b. a. Neilsonchem- 
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Neiman-Marcus co., Dallas. 10388 

Nsiman-Marcus for mink. Parade of fashion. 
For wool dress and mink coat, © Aug. 16, 1945; 
KK 34005. 

New process co., Warren, Pa. 10389, 10390 

If you are one of the many women who are ex- 
pecting to pay $29.75 to $39.75 fora new coat. For 
women's coats. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 33079. 

This is the only time 111 be able to write. For 
men's slack suits. © June 5, 1945; KK 33087. 

New process metals corp., Newark, N. ]. 10391 
Liberty brand flints. For sparking metal. © 
May 9, 1945; KK 32789. 

New York air brake co., New York. 10392, 10393 
Finger-tip control for massive pressures. For 

mraichine tools, hydraulic systems. © June 25, 1945; 

KK 33829. 

Finger-tip control improves paper quality. For 

hydraulic machines. © May 25, 1945; KK 33960. 

Northern paper mills, Green Bay, Wis. 

10394-10397 
For tissue: 

Mighty soft. © July 10, 1945; KK 34080. 
Migh^ soft for Hoppy, the baby kangaroo. © 
Jane 19, 1945; KK 33969. 

Mighty soft for Susie. © Apr. 3, 1945; KK 
33484. 

This housewife who lives in French Lick. For 
towels. © June 22, 1945; KK 33485. 

Nutrition research laboratories, inc., Chicago. 

10398 

An integral part of the antiarthritic program. 

For medicinal compound. © Aug. 3, 1945; KK 33734. 

C»unite mfg. co., Chicago. 10399 

(Kimite, Ohm's law calculator. For resistors, 
tap switches, rheostats, chokes, etc. © Aug. 2, 
1945; KK 33930. 

Old Town ribbon & carbon co., inc., Brooklyn. 

10400, 10401 

The Old Town councellor. v. 1, no. 8. For car- 
bon paper, ribbons and duplicating supplies. © 
July 15, 1945; KK 33565. 

The Old Town counsellor, v. 1, no, 9. For rib- 
bons, carbons and duplicating supplies. © Aug. 17, 
1945; KK 34067. 

Oliver united filters, inc., Oakland, Calif. 10402 
KeUy pressure filter. For pressure filter, in- 
dustrial equipment. © June 15, 1945; KK 33911. 

Overhead door corp., Hartford City, Ind. 

10403, 10404 
For overhead doors: 

For durability and distinction. © Aug. 1, 
1945; KK 33842. 

One door or more. © June 1, 1945; KK 33452. 

Parker, L C, Fort Worth, Tex. 10405, 10406 

For ice cream novelty: 

Choc-kone. Chocolate sundae ice cream cone. 
© Apr. 1, 1945; KK 33669. 

Choc-kone. The nation's favorite. © Apr. 1, 
1945; KK 33668. 



Parker pen co., Janesville, Wis. 10407-10420 

For fountain pen: 

Here's why Parker 5l's are still hard to find. 
© July 25, 1945; KK 33902. 

Here's why Parker 5l's are still hard to find. 
© July 25, 1945; KK 33903. 

Most wanted, and more Parker Si's can be 
expected. © May 23, 1945; KK 33129. 

Sure I'll wait, there's no other pen like Parker 
51. © Feb. 11, 1945; KK 33713. 

Too few to match the need, but more of these 
pens are coming. © May 26, 1945; KK 33130. 

Too few today, but tomorrow promises more 
Parker 51. © July 18, 1945; KK 33901, 
For fountain pen ink: 

The boatswain wore a mighty scowl, his pen 
had clogged and did he yowll © July 7, 1945; KK 
33900. ' 

Forget the food, bring up the mail 1 © July 1, 
1945; KK 33898. 

Here's quink's 10th great letter-writing pro- 
motion. © May 25, 1945; KK 33715. 

New kind of ink safeguards pens 4 ways I © 
July 4, 1945; KK 33899. 

The sergeant wore a mighty scowl. © June 1, 
1945; KK 33716. 

The sergeant wore a mighty scowl. © June 
21, 1945; KK 33717. 

To do better business with big ink users. © 
Oct. 30, 1944; KK 34036. 

Wake up sleepy ink sales with quink. ©Dec. 
1, 1944; KK 34037. 

Pepsi-cola co., Long Island City, L. I., N. Y, 

10421, 10422 
For bottled beverage: 

Pepsi the Pepsi-cola cop. Pepsi and the post 
war plan. © July 22, 1945; KK 33639. 

Pepsi the Pepsi-cola cop. Pepsi and the 
scientist. © June 10, 1945; KK 32835. 

Permatex co., inc., Brooklyn. 10423 

Konformax rebase and rebase accelerator. For 
impression material. © July 9, 1945; KK 33381. 

Petri wine co., San Francisco. 10424-10435 

For alcoholic beverage: 

Ah-h! Now for something really cool. © July 
3, 1945; KK 33968. 

Bride can't cook? © Mar. 27, 1945; KK 33479. 

Dinner's at eight. © Mar, 20, 1945; KK 
33477. 

Dinner's done? © Mar. 29, 1945; KK 33480. 

Gravy lacks flavor? © Mar. 22, 1945; KK 
33478. 

A guest pops in? © Feb. 15, 1945; KK 33476. 

Head for your wine dealer! © Apr. 17, 1945; 
KK 33482. 

How should you make up a customer's mind? 
© May 1, 1945; KK 33483. 

I've got to buy one! © June 19, 1945; KK 
33966. 

Lucky Mac! © June 12, 1945; KK 33965. 

M-mmmml All this and Petri wine. ® June 
26, 1945; KK 33481. 

Won't be much left, they're serving it with 
Petri wine. © June 21, 1945; KK 33967, 

Pickwick CO., Cedar Rapids, la. 10436 

Here is an important message for poultry pro- 
cessors. For poultry picking machines. © july 10, 
1945; KK 33592. 



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Pittsburgh plate glass co., Pittsburgh. 10437-10439 
For glass products: 

Design of the month, v. 8, no. 8. © Jan. 10, 
1945; KK 33665. 

Design of the month, v. 9, no. 1. © Mar. 5, 
1945; KK 33666. 

Design of the month, v. 9, no. 2. © Apr. 18, 
1945; KK 33667. 

Popular science pub. co., inc., New York. 10440 
Here it comes 1 Boys fun book. For book. © 
Aug. 6, 1945; KK 33784. 

Press-on, inc.. New York. 10441 

It's fun to mend as you iron. For thermo- 
plastic tape. © June 19, 1945; KK 33851. 

Quaker hill, inc., Newark, N. Y. 10442 

Quaker hill, inc., Quaker quality satisfies, 
Newark, New York state. For nursery stock. © 
July 10, 1945; KK 33817. 

R. D. M. laboratories, Pasadena, Calif. 10443 

Green thumb. For chemical fertilizers. ©Aug. 
21, 1945; KK 33986. 

Ramsey accessories mfg. co., St. Louis. 

10444-10447 
For piston rings: 

Achievements in ring finish. © July 1, 1945; 
KK 33500. 

Better today than ever before. © Ax^. 1, 
1945; KK 33963. 

Spiro-seal, ring without endl © Feb. 1, 1945; 
KK 30292. 

Today's Ramco rings are better than pre -war. 
© July 1, 1945; KK 33498. 

Refined syrups & sugars, inc., Yonkers, N. Y. 

10448-10450 

How to find sweet $$$ in. For flo-sweet liquid 
sugar. © July 27, 1945; KK 33654. 

How you can save money. For flo-sweet sugar. 
© July 6, 1945; KK 33393. 

Sugar cleanliness. For liquid sugar. © Aug. 6, 
1945; KK 33830. 

Ronrico Corp., Miami, Fla. 10451 

Ronrico. Focal point of buying eyes! For rum. 
© Apr. 25, 1945; KK 33434. 

Royal typewriter co., inc.. New York. 10452 

Please don't ask me to do it tonight, boss! For 

ribbon and carbon paper. .© Aug. 3, 1945; KK 33972. 

Rubinstein, Helena, inc.. New York. 10453-10458 
For lipstick: 

Color spectrograph by Helena Rubinstein for 
the silver-gray type. © Mar. 8, 1945; KK 34009. 

Color spectrograph for the blonde type. © 
Mar. 8, 1945; KK 33977. 

Color spectrograph for the brimette type. © 
Max. 8, 1945; KK 33978. 

Color spectrograph for the medium brown 
type. © Mar. 8, 1945; KK 33980. 

Color spectrograph for the red head type. © 
Mar. 8, 1945; KK 33979. 

Don't guess, know, your best colors. Color 
chart. © Mar. 8, 1945; KK 34008. 

Rustless iron and steel corp., Baltimore. 10459 
How stainless steel is machined at Roebling s. 
For stainless steels. © June 7, 1945; KK 34000. 



S. S. S. CO., Atlanta. 10460-10470 

For bottled medicine, tonic: 

Amazing results shown in improving the looks, 
boosting vitality! © Mar. 8, 1945; KK 33413. 

Amazing results shown in improving the looks^ 
boosting vitality! © May 23, 1945; KK 33414. 

Amazing way to be mentally alert, physically 
fit! © May 24, 1945; KK 33415. 

Amazing way to be mentally alert, physically 
fit! © Aug. 9, 1945; KK 34073. 

I found a way to amazing new vitality. © Jime 
27, 1945; KK 33417. 

I found the way to amazing new vitality, pep, 
better looks! © Feb. 5, 1945; KK 33507. 

My best friends were amazed at my improved 
looks. © June 24, 1945; KK 33416. 

Two simple steps in bidlding sturdy bodies. 
© July 8, 1945; KK 33418. 

Two simple steps in improving the 'looks, 
boosting vitality! © Jan. 10, 1945; KK 33627. 

Two simple steps in improving the looks, 
boosting vitality! © Feb. 7, 1945; KK 33628. 

Two simple steps to an amazing new vitality, 
better looks! © Jan. 3, 1945; KK 33506. 

Sage, Peggy, inc., Stamford, Conn. 104fl 

New shimmering psyche pink. For nail polish. 
© May 1, 1945; KK 32579. 

Savage -Haldeman, co., Los Angeles. 10472 

Interchangeable parts for brake master cylinder, 
wheel brake cylinder. For interchangeable parts 
for brake master cylinder, wheel brake cylinder. 
© Aug. 22, 1944; KK 32958. 

Schenley distillers corp., New York. 10473, 10474 
For whiskey: 

Choice of a lifetime. © July 17, 1945; KK 
33642. 

Choice of a lifetime. © July 26, 1945; KK 
33643. 

Schering corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 10475-10480 

For proluton and pranone: 

Versatile corpus luteum therapy. © June 11, 
1945; KK 33955. 

The 13th gravida. © July 10, 1945; KK33957. 

High in effectiveness - low in toxicity. For 
sulamyd. © July 18, 1945; KK 33958. 

A landmarkin estrogen therapy. For estinyl. © 
July 24, 1945; KK 33959. 

Present status of estrogen therapy, superiority 
of progynon-B. For medicinal product. © May 31, 
1945; KK 32800. 

A structural difference. For progynon. © July 
5, 1945; KK 33956. 

Sealed power corp., Muskegon, Mich. 10481 

Going through your gas ration too fast? For 
piston rings. © Aug. 22, 1945; KK 34062. 

Servel, inc., Evansville, Ind. 10482, 10483 

All year gas air conditioner, form APR- 723. 

For gas air conditioners. © Aug. 20, 1945; KK 

34026. 

Servel condensing units. For condensing-units . 

© July 19, 1945; KK 33593. 

Seven-up co., St. Louis. 10484-10493 

For soft drink: 

The better your disposition, the better your 
day will be. © May 15, 1945; KK 33132. 



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10530 



Birthday present, it goes pop and a cork 
comes out, disgusting isn't it? © June 2b, 1945; 
KK 33904. 

Birthday present, it goes pop and a cork 
comes out, disgusting isn't it? © June 30, 1945; 
KK 33905. 

For that special occasion. © May 17, 1945; 
KK 33714. 

Hey! I've got it. Let's climb up on the roof, 
mom always offers us a bottle of Seven-up to come 
down! © July 28, 1945; KK 33909. 

Party line. © June 21, 1945; KK 3371b. 

To greet the day. © July 12, 1945; KK 33907. 

To look fresh, keep your spirits fresh. © 
July 24, 1945; KK 33908. 

Work seems lighter when you're in a happy 
mood. © July 10, 1945; KK 33906. 

Your popularity as a hostess depends upon 
the mood you create. © June 12, 1945; KK 33137. 

Sheaffer, W. A., pen co., Fort Madison, la. 

10494, 10495 

Backagain and better than ever 1 For mechanical 
pencils. © July 20, 1945; KK 33660. 

Engineering. in pencraft. For fountain pens and 
mechanical pencils. © July 25, 1945; KK 33659. 

Singer mfg. co., Elizabeth, Elizabethport, N. J. 

10496-10503 

For closer control, with unobstructed visibility 
in suturing, model A- 11. For Singer surgical stitch- 
ing instrument. © July 1, 1945; KK 33799. 

For Singer sewing machines: 

Are you waiting for a new Singer sewing ma- 
chine? © Aug. 7, 1945; KK 33991. 

The best machine is your best buy! Plan on 
a postwar Singer. © May 1, 1945; KK 32798. 

Reserve tomorrow's Singer today! For Singer 
sewing machines, vacuum cleaners, notions. © July 
9, 1945; KK 33644. 

Shh, you're making me blush. For Singer sewing 
machines, notions accessories. © May 15, 1945; 
KK 33990. 

Singer P.G.3, P.G.7, P.H.3 and P.H.7 motors, 
showing points of wear, form 20048. For family 
sewing machine motor parts. © June 29, 1945; KK 
33311. 

The Singer sewing cabinet, NA-2606-C. For 
Singer sewing cabinet. © July 18, 1945; KK 33989. 

To provide unlimited suturing versatility. For 
Singer surgical stitching instrument, A-11 model. 
© May 1, 1945; KK 32799. 

Smith, James Stafford, Cleveland. 10504, 10505 

S. C. L. reminder, tantalizer, the sense and 

safety game. For safety reminders and game. © 

Aug. 7, 1945; KK 34070. 

The safety caution leader. For scientific caution 

lessons. © Aug. 7, 1945; KK 34071. 

Smith & Wesson, inc., Springfield, Mass. 10506 

Do you know your handgun history? For Smith 

and Wesson revolvers. © June 1, 1945; KK 33298. 

Socioeconomic research foundation, inc., Frederick, 
Md. 10507 

Labor - business - consumer. For fraternal 

jewelry, lodge emblems and stationery. © June 2, 

1945; KK 33558. 

Spalding, A. G., &bros., inc.. New York. 

10508-10511 
For sporting goods: 



Spalding sports show, Albert G. Spalding. © 
July 19, 1945; KK 33432. 

Spalding sports show, back in the 12th century 
England futballe was played by rival gangs. © June 
28, 1945; KK 33296. 

Spalding sports show, from 1921 through 1927. 
© July 12, 1945; KK 33431. 

Spalding sports show, the most marvelous 
achievement in golf annals was the grandslam. © 
July 5, 1945; KK 33297. 

Staley, A. E., mfg. co., Decatur, 111. 1Q512-10514 
For starches and other corn and soybean prod- 
ucts: 

Weavers of China. © July 15, 1945; KK 34075. 

Weavers of Egypt. © Mar. 15, 1945; KK 
33634. 

Weavers of Spain. © May 15, 1945;KK 33561. 

Stanco distributors, inc., New York. 10515 

If you need a compound for extreme low temp- 
erature service. For synthetic rubber. © June 13, 
1945; KK 33788. 

Standard oil co., Chicago. 10516-10523 

For gasoline and motor oil: 

Ah, George, there, but for our Standard oil 
man, rests our car! © July 14, 1945; KK 33429. 

But, George, you ought to see our Standard 
oil man handle a grease gun. © July 6, 1945; KK 
33428. 

But why should we worry about inflation, 
George? Our Standard oil man checks our tires 
regularly. © June 26, 1945; KK 33426. 

George, we must have the Standard oil man 
put water in the battery. © June 29, 1945; KK 
33586. 

George, you should see the Standard oil man 
go after a squeak! © July 19, 1945; KK 33589. 

He'd still have his car, George, if he'd only 
taken it regularly to the Standard oil man. © June 
27, 1945; KK 33427. 

If you ask me, George, it's high time we had 
the Standard oil man get our shock absorbers in 
good working order, © July 18, 1945; KK 33588. 

Now, George! You're overheating yourself 
like our car engine did before the Standard oil man 
fixed the fan belt. © July 17, 1945; KK 33587. 

Standard oil co. of Ind., Chicago. 10524 

[Semdac page, 1-2-A, 1-2-B (of How book)] For 
floor dressing. © May 25, 1945; KK 33786. 

Standard oil co. (Ohio), Cleveland. 10525-10528 

For gasoline: 

Like addingan extra motor. © Mar. 14, 1945; 
KK 32959. 

Puts the getaway of a kangaroo into a fighter 
plane. © Feb. 27, 1945; KK 32960. 
For motor oil and lubricants: 

Damaging metal particles trapped. © May 9, 
1945; KK 32962. 

Uncle Sam uses it to protect his tanks. © 
Apr. 25, 1945; KK 32961. 

Stoner, George D., Indianapolis. 10529 

Improved com-fit pads. 'For denture pads. © 
July 7, 1945; KK 33953. 

Stromberg-Carlson co., Rochester, N. Y. 10530 
He planned a great bridge - for her it was twi- 
light by a little lake. For radio. © May 23, 1945; 
KK 32797. 



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Stuart, C. W., & CO., inc., Newark, N. Y. 10531 

Blue ribbon quality nursery stock, C. W. Stuart 
&co.,inc. For nursery stock. © July 10, 1945; KK 
33815. 

Studebaker corp.. South Bend, Ind. 10532, 10533 
For airplane engines, military trucks and wea- 
sels: 

Young Steve Curtis helps build army air- 
fields instead of Studebaker cars. © Aug. 2, 1945; 
KK 33782. 

You've got to be Houdini to get a truck up to 
this freight house. © Aug. 7, 1945; KK 33778, 

Sulpha form co. gee Goetz,Karl R.,d. b. a. Sulpha 
form CO. 



Swank, inc., Attleboro, Mass. 10534-10541 

For men's jewelry: 

Graciously given, proudly possessed. © Aug. 
25, 1943; KK 30346. 

Graciously given, proudly possessed, the per- 
fect expression of the Christmas spirit. © Dec. 
10, 1943; KK 30352. 

Precious, distinctive, a Swank classic, the 
wearer's own initials proudly wrought. © Dec. 1, 
1943; KK 30350. 

Previous, distinctive, smartly designed, 
precious gold filled Swank men's jewelry. © Dec. 
6, 1943; KK 30351. 

Precious, distinctive, to the richness and 
traditional quality inherent with sterling, Swank 
adds gracious styling and craftsmanship. © Nov. 
20, 1943; KK 30487. 

For service men's items: 

Sea-worthy gifts for your sailor. © Oct. 15, 
1943; KK 30348. 

Service men's gifts with a 1-A rating. © 
Sept. 15, 1943; KK 30347. 

Wallets by Swank. Not just wallets, but wallets 
made of the finest softest handsomest leathers ob- 
tainable. For leather wallets. © Nov. 12, 1943; 
KK 30349. 

Swenson, Karl, Chicago. 10542 

U. S. star folders. For photograph folders. © 
July 26, 1945; KK 34012. 



Swift & CO., Chicago. 

Win movie theater tickets. 
Aug. 5, 1945; KK 34004. 



10543 
For cleanser. © 



Sylvania electric products, inc., New York. 10544 
Bright ideas. To put your home in a favorable 
light. For electric light bulbs and fluorescent 
lamps. © June 25, 1945; KK 33834. 

Taylor engraving corp., Dallas. 10545 

Post war planning at last. For address book. © 
Nov. 15, 1944'; KK 30177. 

Templetone radio mfg. corp., New London, Conn. 

10546, 10547 
For radios: 

In person in your living room. © Apr. 29, 
1945; KK 32001. 

The maestro in person. © Apr. 1, 1945; KK 
32000. 

Texas state optical co., Beaumont, Tex. 10548 

Glare ban sun glasses. For sunglasses. © July 
8, 1945; KKr33457. 



Ticonium, Albany. 10549, 10550 

For dental alloy: 

Thread doesn't make the seamstress. © Aug. 
23, 1945; KK 34045. 

Trained minds, trained hands. © July 30, 
1945; KK 33688. 

Timken roller bearing co., Canton, O. 10551-10553 
For roller bearings: 

Look for this trademark. © Aug. 6, 1945; 
KK 33736. 

See that the trade-mark Timken is on every 
bearing you use. © July 9, 1945; KK 33306. 

Timken bearings keep American war equip- 
ment rolling. © Aug. 4, 1945; KK 33812. 



Tobacco by-products & chemical corp., inc., Louis- 
ville, Ky. 10554 
Get the blackleaf 40! Save your chickens and 

your profits! For poultry remedy. © July 3, 1945; 

KK 33622. 

Toledo steel products co., Toledo. 10555 

Toledo, the complete line. For engine parts, 

motor pumps and parts. © July 2, 1945; KK 33787. 



Town and country shoes, St. Louis. 10556 

Town and country shoes. For casual shoes. © 
July 29, 1945; KK 33763. 

Triple cushion corp., Chicago. 10557 

Restocrat Triple cushion mattress. For Triple 
cushion mattresses. © June 25, 1945; KK 33662. 

Tri -state milling co., R£4)id City, S. D. 10558 

Trisco bull feed. For bull feed. © July 15, 1945; 
KK 33687. 



Triumph industries, inc., Elkton,Md. 10559, 10560 
For batteries: 

It's as simple as that. Charles Goodyear. © 
Aug. 1, 1945; KK 33940. 

It's as simple as that. Michael Faraday. © 
July 1, 1945; KK 33939. 

Twentieth century mfg. co. gee Garberding, Waldo 
L., d. b. a. Twentieth century mfg. co. 



Underwood corp., New York. 10561 

Cycle billing. For office machines. © July 31, 
1945; KK 34043. 

Union pharmaceutical co., inc., Bloomfield, N. J. 

10562, 10563 
For saraka laxative: 

Keep on your toes. © June 29,1945; KK33793.- 
Swing to saraka. © June 13, 1945; KK 33794. 

Universal fountain pen & pencil co., New York. 

10564, 10565 

Universal stylograph, tubular pointed fotmtain 
pen. For stylograph fountain pens. ©June 25, 1945; 
KK 33928. 

Universal, V-100. For fountain pens. © June 
25, 1945; KK 33927. 

Upson CO., Lockport, N. Y. 10566 

How you can build new sales appeal into postwar 
homes. For wall size panels. © Dec. 11, 1943; 
KK 33491. 



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Vick chemical co., New York. 10567, 10568 

For pharmaceutical products: 

Directions for using Vicks va-tro-nol. © 
July 3, 1945; KK 33412. 

Follow these directions. How to use Vicks 
vaporub. How to use Vicks va-tro-nol. © July 3, 
1945; KK 33396. 

Vitex laboratories, Harrison, N. J. 10569-10571 
For milk: 

For a better fed family serve. © May 10, 
1945; KK 33540. 

Now, our homogenized milk is enriched with 
vitamin Dl © May 2, 1945; KK 33694. 

Now, our vitamin D milk is homogenized. © 
May 2, 1945; KK 33541. 

VoigtS, Hugo & Voigts, Elsie, d. b. a. CVH labora- 
tories CO., New York. 10572 
CVH 3 dimensional color. For plastic paints. 

© July 19, 1945; KK 33542. 

Walker, John T., d. b. a. Allied products co., Chi- 
cago. 10573 
Corodex needle's eye rust remover. What you 

should know. For a preparation for removing rust. 

© Feb. 28, 1945; KK 33878. 

Warlo Corp., New York. 10574 

A story of water and the Warlo water softener. 
For water softener. © June 26, 1945; KK 33785. 

Warner -Patterson co., Chicago. 10575 

Help! We're hell-bent for trouble. For auto- 
mobile accessories and supplies. © June 5, 1945; 
KK 33391. 

Weatherly, James F., Atlanta. 10576 

Flexible seal plate. For seal plates. © July 1, 
1945; KK 33757. 

Webster, Warren, & co., Camden, N. J. 10577 

New! The Webster selectrol, bulletin B-1700. 
For mechanical heat control cabinet. © June 20, 
1945; KK 32898. 

Weco products co., Chicago. 10578 

All down the line it's Dr. West's! For tooth- 
brush. © July 6, 1945; KK 33897. 

Wembley, inc.. New Orleans. 10579-10581 

For neckties: 

The colors of America's frontiers. Delta 
green. © Aug. 3, 1945; KK 34072. 

Colors of America's great outdoors. Yukon 
gold. © June 8, 1945; KK 32697. 

Quality far beyond the price. Buffalo brown. 
© July 25, 1945; KK 33640. 

Westcott valve co., East St. Louis, HI. 10582 

Westcott flow line valves. For valves. © June 
7, 1945; KK 33723. 

Western waxed paper co., Portland, Or. 10583 

Laboratory tests on moisture-vapor protection. 
For wrapping paper. © June 1, 1945; KK 33143. 

Westinghouse electric Corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

10584-10594 



For electronic tubes: 

No matter what electronic tube you need, 
Westinghouse can provide it. © July 25, 1945; KK 
33776. 

Transconductance 12,000. © Aug. 6, 1945; 
KK 33844. 

Westinghouse created the Ignitron. © July 9, 
1945; KK 33397. 
For lamps: 

Slim says, write now. © July 3, 1945; KK 
33433. 

Westinghouse offers you extra added attrac- 
tions. © July 21, 1945; KK 33544. 

When lighting lightens office tasks, it's thanks 
to see-ability! © Aug. 6-, 1945; KK 33696. 

Why it pays to hitch your wagon to Westing- 
house. © July 21, 1945; KK 33973. 
For lamps and lamp bulbs: 

How to build a better back-to-school window. 
© July 1, 1945; KK 33384. 

Six ways to sell more lamp bulbs. © June 30, 
1945; KK 33392. 

Lighting your path to profits plus. For fluo- 
rescent tubes. ©Aug. 18, 1945; KK 33941. 

Westinghouse can supply any electronic tube you 
need. For ignition tubes. © July 1, 1945; KK 
33383. 

Weston, Alexander S., New York. 10595 

Ibfighty midgett green flint and wired wick. For 
cigarette lighter accessories. © Dec. 15, 1944; KK 
33453. 



Wheeling corrugating co., Wheeling. 10596 

55 years serving farmers of America. For ex- 
tra heavy zinc coated roofing and hinge joint fence. 
© July 8, 1945; KK 33566. 

Whitlock svq)ply co.. New York. 10597 

Keydet news. Bk. 2, v. 6. For locksmithing 
supplies. © July 2, 1945; KK 33305. 

Wickwire Spencer steel co., New York. 

10598, 10599 

Rope robots. For wire rope. © Aug. 23, 1945; 
KK 34063. 

Wire hellfire. For wire. © July 26, 1945; KK 
33691. 

Willard storage battery co., Cleveland. 10600 

Must we have a storage battery shortage? For 
electric storage batteries. © Apr. 19, 1945; KK 
33625. 

Wimbledon shirt co., Chicago. 10601 

It's a Wimbledon, America's finest sport shirt. 
The viceroy gabardine. For mens apparel. © July 
13, 1945; KK 33424. 

Wood, Gar, industries, inc., Detroit. 10602-10604 
For postwar boats: 

Here's the bow. © May 1, 1945; KK 32955. 
Sleek new beauty. © Apr. 15, 1945; KK32953. 
Sleek new beauty. © Apr. 25, 1945; KK32954. 

Zenith radio Corp., Chicago. 10605 

The new foot -control auto radio. For auto radio. 
© June 12, 1945; KK 33526. 



Number of entries of Commercial Prints included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945 



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Adjustable sign co., Askov, Minn. 10606 

The speedy speller. For an educational toy. © 
July 17, 1945; KK 34081. 

Allied exterminating cd., New York. 10607 

Pestrid. For disinfectant. © Jan. 15, 1945; KK 
33423. 

Allied products CO. See Walker, John T., d. b. a. 
Allied products co, 

Amache, Emila M., New York. 10608 

NUtzi's marvel-kleen-et. For cleaning fluid. © 
June 19, 1945; KK 34074. 

Arbogast & Bastian, inc., AUentown, Pa. 10609 
A & ^ luncheon meat. For limcheon meat. © 
Av^. 1, 1945; KK 33871. 

Avondale fabrics co., New York. 10610 

Formfront. For interlinings and facings for 
garments. © Jan. 5, 1945; KK 33555. 

B. & E. mfg. CO., Kansas City, Mo. 10611 

Bernett rainbow spinning top. For toy. © May 
1, 1945; KK 32809. 

Baker, Jack H., d. b. a. Baker foods products co., 
Santa Clara, Calif. 10612 

Baker brand frozen fresh foods. For frozen 

foods. © July 24, 1945; KK 33695. 

Baker foods products co. See Baker, Jack H., d. b. 
a. Baker foods products co. 

Bami, inc.. New York. 10613 

Redshield sportswear. For sportswear. © July 
12, 1945; KK 33419. 

Baum, L. L., Oklahoma City. 10614 

Baum's sheer flax. For stationery. © July 23, 
1945; KK 33915. 

Berke brothers distilleries, inc., Boston. 10615 
Berke brothers certificate brand. For whiskey. 
© June 5, 1945; KK 33728. 

Bird & son, inc.. East Walpole, Mass. 10616-1Q619 
For shoe box label: 

Casulaets. © July 16, 1945; KK 33767. 

Debtowners. © July 23, 1945; KK 33768. 

Magi-flex. © July 24, 1945; KK 33769. 

Victoria cross shoe. © July 11, 1945; KK 
33822. 

Bison laboratories, Buffalo. 10620, 10621 

For insecticide: 

Bison didit insect spray. © Aug. 3, 1945; KK 
33796. 

Bison didit stock spray. © Aug. 3, 1945; KK 
33797. 

Borden co.. New York. 10622-10626 

For evaporated milk: 

Borden's Maricopa brand homogenized evapo- 
rated milk. © June 14, 1945; KK 33512. 



Oregon brand homogenized evaporated milk. 
© June 14, 1945; KK 33508. 

Rose brand homogenized evaporated milk. © 
June 14, 1945; KK 33511. ^ 

For homogenized evaporated vitamin D milk: ^J 

Borden's St. Charles homogenized evaporated 
milk. © June 14, 1945; KK 33509. 

Borden's silver cow-pearl brand. © June 14, 
1945; KK 33510. 

Borders, Zero, d. b. a. Sine-ease co., Akron, O. 

10627 
Sine-ease. For herb. © June 25, 1945; KK 
33623. 

Bourget perfumerie. See Schaerer, John, t. a. 
Bourget perfumerie. 

Bridgford co., San Diego, Calif. 10628 

Bridgford, apricot halves. For apricot halves. 
© June 30, 1945; KK 33759. 

Carroll, Percy P., New York. 10629, 10630 

For toy wrist watch: 

Children's toy wrist watch. © Aug. 1, 1945; 
KK 33689. 

Young lady's wrist watch. © Aug. 1, 1945; 
KK 33690. 

Castle films, inc.. New York. 10631 

Epic pictures world war II, 96. For film slides. 
© July 15, 1945; KK 33947. 

Central paper co., inc., Muskegon, Mich. 10632 
Triple-tect frozen food locker paper. For food 
wrapping papers. © July 2, 1945; KK 34010. 

Chitter-chat stationers, Blackwell, Okl. 

10633-10636 
For stationery: 

Daily notes. © June 18, 1945; KK 33823. 
Jack and the bean stalk. © July 18, 1945; KK 
33825. 

Little Red Riding Hood. © July 18, 1945; KK 
33826. 

Love notes. © June 18, 1945; KK 33824. 

Cinderella foods, Dawson, Ga. 10637 

Fairy wand. For peanut butter. © June 14, 
1945; KK 33045. 

Claff, M. B., & sons, inc., Randolph, Mass. 10638 
Foot-mates, G403. For footwear. © Aug. 25, 
1945; KK 34001. 

Cone, Frederick H., & co., inc.. New York. 10639 
Brixton. For brushes, hairs, fibres -natural and 
synthetic. © Apr. 15, 1945; KK 33388. 

Deering MiUiken & co., inc., New York. 

10640, 10641 

Dallas. For bed sheets. © July 20, 1945; KK 
33581. 

Dallas. For pillow cases. © July 20, 1945; KK 
33582. 



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Delta chemical laboratory. See Reich, Ernest E., 
d. b. a. Delta chemical laboratory. 

Delta mfg. cc, Milwaukee. 10642 

Deltacraft sanding kit. For abrasives and ce- 
ment. © Apr. 19, 1945; KK 33142. 

Desert bloom. §ee Hunger, William Eugene, d. b. 
a. Desert bloom. 



Diamond T. preserving co., Los Angeles. 10643 
Canna. For orange marmalada. © June 8, 1945; 
KK 33598. 

Dovd,.E. Frederick, d. b. a. Golden Gate remedies, 
Oakland, Calif. 10644, 10645 

For corn removing preparation: 

Golden Gate corn and callous eradicator. © 
Apr. 9, 1945; KK 33074. 

Golden Gate corn and caUous eradicator. © 
Apr. 9, 1945; KK 33075. 

Edwards, Evelyn, East St. Louis, 111. 10646 

Evelyn Edwards youth bloom cleansing cream. 
For toilet articles. © May 1, 1945; KK 33737. 

Edwards products co., Gary, Ind. 10647 

Ra-o-solv. For general household cleaner and 
cleanser. © July 30, 1945; KK 33727. 

Ekco products co., Chicago. 10648 

Geneva hi-carbon. For cutlery. © July 9, 1945; 
KK 33548. 

Ellena bros., Etiwanda, Calif. 10649 

Regina, Cucamonga brandy. For Cucamonga 
brandy. © Oct. 18, 1944; KK 33422. 

Ermet, C, & co. See Ermert, Carl, d. b. a. C. 
Ermert & co. 

Ermert, Carl, d. b. a. C. Ermert & co., Cincinnati. 

10650 
Gold-n-glo banana puree. For banana puree. © 
Aug. 11, 1945; KK 33999. 

La Floreal parfum sales co., Hollywood, Calif. 

10651 
La Floreal Hollywood bath set. For bubble bath 
and bath oil. © May 29, 1945; KK 33671. 

La Floreal parfums, Hollywood, Calif. .10652 

Circus parade. Bubbling bath. For bubble bath. 
© July 28, 1945; KK 33651. 

For chemical corp.. New York. 10653 

Ford's sulphur solution. For germicide and 
antiseptic. © Apr. 12, 1945; KK 33663. 



Forrest leather products, San Francisco. 10654 

JR junior ranch chaps. For chap suits for chil- 
dren. © July 12, 1945; KK 33454. 

Fraser hair fashions, St. Paul. 10655 

The new charm kurl supreme cold wave home 
permanent kit. For permanent kit. © Jan. 15, 1945; 
KK 33712. 



Frost king foods, inc., Rochester, N. Y. 10656 

Fresh frozen. For frozen fish. © July 21, 1945; 
KK 33795. 

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10671 

Golden Gate remedies, gee Dowd, E. Frederick, 
d. b. a. Golden Gate remedies. 

Grant, W. T., co.. New York. 10657 

Gran-tone. For paint. © July 1, 1945; KK 
33976. 

Guenther, John Joseph, Omaha. 10658 

Valacre honey. For honey. © Mar. 21, 1945; 
KK 33312. 

Halil, Mustafa, New York. 10659, 10660 

Sanctuary cologne. For cologne. © Aug. 15, 

1945; KK 34042. 

Sanctuary shampoo. For shampoo. © Aug. 15, 

1945; KK 34041. 

Hi-line co., inc.. New York. 10661 

W H W. For infants' and children's apparel. © 
Aug. 7, 1945; KK 33961. 

Hit parade, inc.. New York. 10662 

Hit parade [game] For game. © Aug. 6, 1945; 
KK 34040. 



Hunger, William Eugene, d. b. a. Desert bloom, 
Los Angeles. 10663 

Desert bloom. For cosmetic facial clay pack. 

© Aug. 2, 1945; KK 33932. 

Interwoven stocking co., New Brunswick, N. J. 

10664 
Christmas in America. For men's socks. © 
Aug. 27, 1945; KK 34068. 

Jel sert co., Chicago. 10665 

Makamix. For a powdered concentrate for 
making maple syrup. © Oct. 4, 1943; KK 33562. 

Jerome's, inc., Boston. 10666 

Genuine Jerome's golden steak and fish sauce. 
For steak and fish sauce. © June 27, 1945; KK 
33421. 

Judson laboratories. See Sencindiver, Judson H., 
d. b. a. Judson laboratories. 

Kaufman, M., & sons. New York. 10667 

Triangle personal belt. For women's sanitary 
napkin holder. © July 5, 1945; KK 33539. 



Kenu products co., Los Angeles. 10668 

Ke-nu, lightens housework thru chemistry. For 
general household cleaner. © July 9, 1945; KK 
33610. 

King, Wilfred G., d. b. a. Spray-brite co., Minne- 
apolis. 10669 
Spray-brite. For liquid glass cleaner. © May 

15, 1945; KK 33077. 

Landman, Jack, d. b. a. Jack Landman co., New York. 

10670 
Kiska clothes. For men's and boys' outerwear. 
© June 13, 1945; KK 33931. 

Landman, Jack, co. See Landman, Jack, d. b. a. 
Jack Landman co. 

Little Elmer toy co., Eau Claire, Wis. 10671 

Little Elmer. For children's toy. © Jan. 1, 1945; 
KK 34039. 



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Lockwood, Lawrence A., Chicago. 10672 

Tac-tac baby's bulletin board. For baby's bul- 
letin board. © July 27, 1945; KK 33950. 

Matthews, W. B.,co. gee Matthews, ^^Uiam Black- 
man, d. b. a. W. B. Matthews co. 

Matthews, William Blackman, d. b. a. W. B. Mat- 
thews CO., San Antonio. 10673, 10674 
For carbonated beverage: 

Texas dry ginger ale. © Jan. 3, 1944; KK 
33832. 

Texas lime rickey, © Jan. 3, 1944; kK 33833. 

Mayfair enterprises, New York. 10675 

Anariths. For arithmetic game. © Ai^. 3, 1945; 
KK 33738. 



Meeks, Evyline, Bailey, N. C. 10676-10678 

Madam Daye hair grower. For hair grower. © 

Mar. 24, 1945; KK 33649. 

Madam Daye home liniment. For liniment. © 

Mar. 24, 1945; KK 33648. 

Madam Daye salve. For salve. © Mar. 24, 1945; 

KK 33650. 

Mendle box wrap & label corp., St. Louis. 10679 
Fine footwear. For shoe boxes. © July 30, 1945; 
KK 33672. 

Meyer, Frank C, co., inc.. New York. 10680 

Desco. For shoe cartons. © Mar. 14, 1945; KK 
33880. 

Meyer, Richard Maximilian, Los Angeles. 10681 
Air-load containers world-wide. For merchan- 
dise containers and shipping containers. © June 16, 
1945; KK 33299. 

Mortenson, S. E., d. b. a. S. E. Mortenson & co., 
Chicago. 10682 

Kungsholm. For coffee. © Mar. 1, 1945; KK 

33609. 

Mortenson, S. E., & co. §ee Mortenson, S. E., d. 
b. a. S. E. Mortenson & co. 



National sales co., Minneapolis. 10683 

National daily record air mail stationery. For 
stationery. © June 25, 1945; KK 33387. 

Nelson, Victor T., Holden, Mass. 10684, 10685 

For stationery: 

Between the lines stationery. © Aug. 23, 
1945; KK 34083. 

Sweet sentiments stationery. © Aug. 23, 
1945; KK 34082. 

New age pub. co., Minneapolis. 10686 

Yours for victory. For stationery. © Sept. 2, 
1942; KK 33645. 

Nicholson, H. R., co., Baltimore. 10687 

Nichol kola. For non-alcoholic beverage. © 
Jan. 2, 1945; KK 33962. 

Orthmann laboratories, inc., Milwaukee. 10688 

Panda neatsfoot oil compoimd. For shoe and 
leather dressing. © July 16, 1945; KK 33455. 

Pillsbury mills, inc., Minneapolis. 10689-10696 
For flour: 



Pillsbury buckwheat wheat & corn pancake 
mix. © July 7, 1945; KK 33860. 

Pillsbury enriched farina. With baby face. © 
July 5, 1945; KK 33854. 

Pillsbury hominy grits. © July 7, 1945; KK 
33861. 

Pillsbury pancake mix. © July 7, 1945; KK 
33858. 

Pillsbury sno sheen cake flour. © July 7, 
1945; KK 33856. 

Pillsbury white corn meal. © July 7, 1945; 
KK 33857. 

Pillsbury yellow corn meal. © July 7, 1945; 
KK 33859. 

Pillsbury's wheat bran. © July 7, 1945; KK 
33855. 

Purple blade corp., San Francisco. ' 10697 

Purple double -edge blades. All purr -no pull. 
For razor blades. © Dec. 30, 1944; KK 33635. 

Ream, William Horace, Johnstown, Pa. 10698 

Instructions. For war service honor scrolls. 
© July 14, 1945; KK 33838. 

Reich, Ernest E., d. b. a. Delta chemical laboratory, 
New Orleans. 10699-10701 

Delta pine oil disinfectant. For cleanser and 

deodorant. © Aug. 1, 1945; KK 33914. 

Delta sopinol. For solution to disinfect, deodoiize 

and clean floors, sinks, tubs, toilets, etc. © June 

12, 1945; KK 33710. 

Delta sparko-crystals. For chemically treated 

crystals lev cleaning glassware. © June 12, 1945; 

KK 33709. 



Rhode Island mills, inc.. New York. 10702 

Tex style. For textile fabrics. © Aug. 27, 1945; 
KK 34046. 

Richmond-Chase co., San Jose, Calif. 10703 

Air mail. For halves yellow freestone peaches. 
© May 27, 1945; KK 33071. 

Riley, Stephen, co. See Riley, Stephen E., d. b. a. 
Stephen Riley co. 

Riley, Stephen E., d. b. a. Stephen Riley co., Los 
Angeles. 10704 

Jimior dudes bubble bath. For bathing detergent. 

© Feb. 28, 1945; KK 33655. 

Rotman, Max., Chicago. 10705 

Kol cola. For fountain syri5)s. © Aug. 2, 1945; 
KK 33913. 

Salvus products, inc., Chicago. 10706 

Salvus. For surgical sutures. © July 25, 1945; 
KK 33584. 

Schaerer, John, t. a. Bourget perfumerie, Haledon, 
N. J. 10707 

Shaldor. Eau de toilette. For toilet water. © 

June 13, 1945; KK 33647. 

Scholl mfg. CO., inc., Chicago. 10708 

Dr. SchoU's plastilite arch supports. For ap- 
pliances for the feet. © Jan. 3, 1943; KK 32169. 

Schuler potato chip CO., inc., Rochester, N. Y. 10709 
Millions prefer Schuler's potato chips. For po- 
tato chips. © Apr. 13, 1945; KK 34007. 



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10721 



Sencindiver, Judson H., d. b. a.Judson laboratories, 
Cockeysville, Md. 10710 

Clo-gen. For liqiUd antiseptic. © Aug. 8, 1945; 

KK 33775. 

Sine-ease co. See Borders, Zero, d. b. a. Sine- 
ease CO. 

i^palding research laboratories, Lansing, Mich. 

10711, 10712 

Kle-no-moth. For cleaning and moth proofing 
composition. © July 15, 1944; KK 33975. 

Moth-lix. For mothproofing composition. © 
July 15, 1945; KK 33974. 

J^ray-brite co. §ee King, Wilfred G., d. b. a. 
Spray-brite co. • 

Stark bros. & Beyer, inc., Rochester, N. Y. 10713 
Rose chocolates. For candy. © June 15, 1945; 
KK 33395. 

Swift & CO., Chicago. 10714 

Swift's household cleaner. For abrasive con- 
taining household cleanser. © June 25, 1945; KK 
33583. 



Terrytoons, inc.. New Rochelle, N. Y. 10715 

Mouse movies. For motion picture film. ©Aug. 
10, 1945; KK 34044. 

Toyad corp., Pittsburgh. 10716 

Forty five. For toys. © Nov. 14, 1944, KK 
33456. 

Turnbull, Frederick M., Los Angeles. 10717 

Vasocaine. For a vasoconstrictor with a local 
anaesthetic. © June 28, 1945; KK 33152. 

Walker, John T., d. b. a. Allied products co., Chi- 
cago. 10718 
Corodex needle's eye rust remover. Remove all 

oil or grease. For a preparation for removing rust. 

© Feb. 28, 1945; KK 33879. 

Winckler & Smith citrus products co., Anaheim, 
Calif. 10719 

Anagold orange juice. For canned orange juice. 

© July 7, 1945; KK 33636. 

Young, W.F., inc., Springfield, Mass. 10720, 10721 
For liniment: 

Absorbine jr. © Feb. 1, 1945; KK 33389. 
Absorbine jr. © May 17, 1945; KK 33390. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945 



762 



225 



LABELS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE ACT OF JULY 31, 1939 

[10721 



Rhodes, James H. & co. 1,2 

For steel wool: 

Beaver brand steel wool. RR 142, Aug. 12, 



1945. 



Universal steel wool. RR 141, Aug. 12, 1945. 
© J. H. Rhodes & co., Chicago. 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHOBTTT OF THE ACIS OF CONGBESS OF MABCH 3, 1891 
OF JX7NE 30, 1906, AND OF MABCH 4, 1909 



PART 4 

WORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 
DRAWmOS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR 
TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND 
PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING PRINTS AND 
LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 

INCLUDING 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1945 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 40 

No. 9 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, formerly issued quarterly, but now 
issued monthly, is arranged as follows: 

I. Containing Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photographs or other identifying reproductions 
deposited according to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and 
Models or Designs for works of art). In this class a subalphabet of titles is used when the copyright pro- 
prietor and artist are the same, this identity beii^ indicated by the use of an asterisk (*) after the name of 
the proprietor. A subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor and artist are different. 

n. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings oi: plastic works of 
a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles of commercial prints and labels. 
These will be found at the end of each issue. 

A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of proprietors. 
To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used in this part are as follows: "G," Class G, Works of art; "H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of 
art; "l," Class I, Drawii^s or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "j," Class J, Photo- 
graphs; and "K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, including prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise. "®" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by date of publication. 
"© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right Office of the photograph or other identifying reproduction. 
The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

The Act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the complete calendar year, is $2.00, payable in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express order, or 
New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3.00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2.00 

Part 2, Periodicals 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions - 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

Including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers -50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 



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NOTICE 

The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1936, to December 31, 1939, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1945. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithogr^hs, photo-engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or t3rpewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
returned. No maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record should make formal request for the 
return of the articles, which must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be supplied 
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CLASS G 

WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR WORKS OF ART 

Note.— An asterisk (*) after the proprietor's name indicates that the artist and copyright pr(q>rietor are 
the same. 



Abbey, Peggy.* 10722-10726 

TaUess monkeys, inc.: 

Monkey blowing bubbles. - Monkey eating ba- 
nana, xpple and nuts. - Monkey telephoning to his 
girl friend. - Monkey with chop sticks, attempting 
to eat noodles. - Mother and baby monkey. © 1 c. 
each Sept. 4, 1945; G 46069-46073. 

Anderson, George Gunnar.* 10727 

Miniature country church. © 1 c. Sept. 14, 1945; 
G 46157. 

Animal tr;^ co. of America. 10728-10736 

Newswanger, Vernon K. Duck: 

Black. - Blue bill. - Canvas back. - Mallard. 
- Pin tail. - Red head. - Teal. - Whistier. - Wid- 
geon. © 1 c. each Sept. 6, 1945; G 46093-46101. 

Arnold, Bill.* 10737 

The supreme master of western art. © 1 c. 
Sept. 9, 1945; G 46112. 

Austin, Joe Perry.* 10738, 10739 

Castle Rock. - Peaceful cotmtryside. © 1 c. 
each Sept. 16, 1945; G 46159, 46160. 

Bacharach industrial instrument CO. 10740 

Ulrich, R.: 

Combustion efficiency two steps to fuel 
savings. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1945; G 46136. 

Beckert, Frederick W.* 10741 

Handy identifier. © Aug. 14, 1945; G 46133. , 

Berlin, Irving. 10742 

Cesareo, Jack: 

Just a blue serge suit. © 1 c. Sept. 2, 1945; 
G 46074. 

Bishop, Richard B.* 10743-10749 

Around the bend. - Open water. - Pheasant flying 
up from corn shock. - Pintails at simset. - Some 
change their minds. - Starting the V. - Thru the 
cypress. © 1 c. each Sept. 13, 1945; G 46145- 
46151. 

Bohan, Ruth H.* 10750 

White, Bill. © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1945; G 46127. 

BuU, Lillian.* 10751 

The health family. © 1 c. Oct. 18, 1944; G 
46085. 

Burton, Edgar John.* 10752-10754 

Birthday tree, A. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 1945; G 46103. 
California: 

Christmas trees, A. - Trees, 4. © 1 c. each 

July 3, 1945; G 46102, 46104. 



Carnegie -Illinois steel corp. 
Town studio: 



10755 



Beat the heat. © 1 c. July 27, 1945; G 46162. 

Cooper, Floyd L. & Gisler, Edward A. 

10756-10758 
Gisler, Edward A.: 

Chinese coolie. - Dutch shoe sailboat. - Dutch 
windmill. © Aug. 1, 1945; G 46130-46132. 

Cordelia china co. 10759 

Hazel, Edward S.: 

Colonial girl figurine. © Aug. 24, 1945; G 
46007. 

Detiege, Dave S.* 10760-10762 

Hetty. - Itchey. - Jr. © 1 c. each Sept. 24, 1945; 
G 46182-46184. 

Disney, Walt, productions. 10763-10765 

Disney, Walt: 

Blackie, 114-252. - Pluto's kid brother, 25- 
67. - Salty, 75-115. © 1 c. each Aug. 31, 1945; G 
46087-46089. 

Evans, Mrs. Jack S. 10766 

Hill, John B.: 

Evans cemetery memorial, 4963. © Ic.Sept. 
15, 1945; G 46153. 

Fleury, Paul* 10767 

Lincoln, Abe. © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1945; G 46117. 

Frost & Reed, ltd. 10768-10775 

Dawson, Montague: 

Clearing skys. - Cleaving along, The Gil- 
christ of Thomaston, 2279. -Cliiq>er Ship Harbinger 
of 1506 tons, 2581. - Foaming along. The Hugenot 
of Newburyport, 2310. - Home again, The Thomas 
Stephens, 2430. - A steady wind, 1881. - Sundown, 
The Marcia Greenleaf, 2278. - Yachting days, The 
West Solent class yachts, 2407. © 1 c. each Aug. 
17, 1945; G 46046-46053. 

General electric X-ray corp. 10776 

Hoffler, Othmar: 

Roentgen, Wilhelm Conrad. © 1 c. Sept. 10, 
1945; <3 46114. 

Gould, Jay J.* - 10777-10779 

Eisenhower, General Dwight D. - Leahy, Ad- 
miral. - Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. © Apr. 18, 
1945; G 46154-46156. 

Graham, Nancy Lee.* 10780, 10781 

Fixpert. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; G 46175. 
Jasper. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 1945; G 46119. 

Green Valley granite co. 10782-10790 

Antram, Mildred. Memorial: 

Baumann, 561. - Casper, 560. - Laughlin, 
562. © June 30, 1945; G 46191-46193. 

Peterson, Edward R. Memorial: 



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BroTvning, 565. - Fitzgerald, 563. - Hanley, 

566. - Kellogg, 564. - JSaunders, 568. - Scalski, 

567. © June 30, 1945; G 46185-46190. 



Greene's ceramic products co. 
Greene, Alda.: 

Piggy bank. © Sept. 15, 1945; G 46163. 



10791 



HsOl, Eugene X.* 10792 

Service cards showing officers from four 
branches. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1945; G 46068. 

Halsted, Hobart James.'* 10793 

In memory of our late President Franklin D. 
Roosevelt. There's notMng to fear, but fear itself, 
was the courage of Franklin D. Roosevelt. © 1 c. 
Sept. 18, 1945; G 46172. 

Happy Mac sculpturines. 10794 

Freeman, Eric & Lamb, Eddy: 

Happy Mac sculpturine. © July 3, 1945; G 
46176. 

Harris, Rose Jean.* 10795 

Illustrated map showing state birds and flowers 

done in water color. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1945; G 46092. 

Hildebrand, Gregory.* 10796 

Jock McWeenie. © 1 c. Sept. 13, 1945; G 46135. 

HiU, Charles.* 10797 

Jesus is coming soon. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; G 
46173. 

Kaplan, Jesse. 10798 

Douglas, Stephen: 

The atomic man. © 1 c. Sept. 19, 1945; G 
46158. 

Kaufmann, Gint.* 10799 

Roosevelt, President. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1945; G 
46090. 

Lane, Katharine Ward.* 10800 

Dachshund club of America, inc. © 1 c. Sept. 
19, 1945; G 46171. 

Lebman, PhUip.* 10801 

Service record plaque. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1945; G 
46086. 

Lowder, Lillian Crockett.* 10802 

International peace flag. © 1 c. Sept. 5, 1945; G 
46134. 

McDonnell, Edward J. & Connors, Edward J. 

10803-10805 
From, to, free. G. I. in ambush, bird on helmet. 
© 1 c. Nov. 6, 1943; G 46065. 

McDonnell, Edward J. From, to, free: 

G. I. carrying shoes, thinking of heaven. - Two 
G. I.s in bunks, one asleep. © 1 c. each Nov. 6, 
1943; G 46066, 46067. 

McGuire, Ann V.* 10806 

Pract-o-meter. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1945; G 46091. 

Meneris co. 10807-10818 

Haake, Jean: 

Bud. - Elda. - Gretchen. - Hans. - Lolita. - 
Natasha. - Pedro. - Peter. - Sasha. - Sis. - Wing. 
- Woo. © Aug. 13, 1945; G 46034-46045. 



Bfoore, Ralph E.* 10819 

Technicolor music color book. © 1 c. Sept 10 
1945; G 46116. 

n 

Morris, Holland R., jr.* 10820-10826 

Father's day. - Happy birthday, Jane. - HI! 
Clinical record, - Hi ya, pop. - Mother's day, nothin' 
to send. - Mother's day, 1944. - To Ray's mom on 
Mother's day. © 1 c. each Sept. 4, 1945; G 46078- 
46084. 

Murray, Frances N. R.* 10827 

Saucy. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; G 46174. 

Musac, Vincent J. 10828, 10829 

Sobel, Lawrence: 

Animals, giant kangaroos. - People, the United 
States has had only one president who never mar- 
riedl © 1 c. each Jan. 26, 1945; G 46057, 46058. 

Musham, Harry A.* 10830 

Flying cloud. © 1 c. Sept. 2, 1945; G 46055. 

Owen, Beatrice Cheri. 10831-10836 

Owen, Cheri [i. e. Beatrice Cheri ]: 

Clo. - Jody. - Mimi. - Mo. -Tammy. -Tinkle. 
© 1 c. each Sept. II, 1945; G 46121-46126. 

Patterson, Mignon Deane Holmead.* 10837 

Drink it black. Giraffe. © 1 c. Sept. 17, 1945; 
G 46152. 

Pearson, Marguerite S.* 10838-10843 

Daguerreotypes. - Flowers in a pewter bowl. - 
Impromptu. - The new bonnet. - Spring comes to 
Rockport. - The wedding march. © 1 c. each Sept. 
9, 1945; G 46105-46110. 

Phillips, Martha.* 10844 

Garden flowers in blue bowl. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 
1945; G 46181. 

Pinaud, Arthur Joseph.* 10845 

Code-agram s. Worry about nothing. © 1 c. 
Sept. 2, 1945; G 46076. 

Ripley, Aiden Lassell.* 10846-10848 

Dove shooting. - Flying turkey. © Sept. 11, 

1945; G 46177, 46178. 

October frost. © 1 c. Sept. 5, 1945; G 46075. 

Rosenfeld, Alexander.* 10849 

Thrice -wise. © 1 c. July 9, 1945; G 46120. 

Savage, Peter Jordan,* 10850-10855 

The gull, - The heron, - Montana stock ranch. - 
The mooring. - October mist. - Trapper's cabin. 
© 1 c. each Sept. 4, 1945; G 46059-46064. 



Scranton, William Carrol.* 

Sun rise. © Aug. 10, 1945; G 46077. 



10856 



Smoot, Louise,* 10857-10861 

Calla lily. - Dahlias. - Easter lilies. - Forget- 
me-nots. - WUd roses. © 1 c. each Sept. 19, 1945; 
G 46166-46170. 

Stern, Fred.* 10862, 10863 

Set of three: 

Angels. - Singing choir boys. © 1 c. each 
Sept. 9, 1945; G 46128. 46129. 



228 



CLASS G 



no. 9, 1945 



Szalla, Erank I.* 10864 

Grandeur. © 1 c. May 27, 1945; G 46111. 

Tabatschnik, Joshua.* 10865 

Typical floor plan, proposed 6 story apartment 
house and garage. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 1945; G 46113. 

Thieme, Anthony.* 10866 

Rockport morning. © 1 c. Sept. 18, 1945; G 
46161. 

Vanderpool, Dorothy Louise.* 10867, 10868 

Cinderella of the air. Set design for fashion 
show. - Glass slipper flower holder. © 1 c. each 
Aug. 9, 1945; G 46179, 46180, 



Vermont marble co. 
Richardson, Earl C. 



10869, 10870 



10879 



Farnham mausoleum, 493. - War memorial, 
D8-0208. © Sept. 11, 1945; G 46164, 46165. 

Ward, Clemmie Jane.* 10871 

God's greatest gift to the world. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 
1945; G 46115. 

Weaver, Frank Lowrle.* 10872-10874 

Butcher. - Clown, - Swimmer, © Aug. 10, 1945; 
G 46141-46143, 

WUwerding, Walter J.* 10875 

WUderness king. © 1 c, Aug. 17, 1945; G 46144. 

Wittman, Alex.* 10876-10879 

Girl and swan. - Hunter spirit. - Lilies and 
Dutch boy. - Roses and open window. © Aug. 25, 
1945; G 46137-46140. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan, 1, 1945 



1,641 



229 



SCULPTURE OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF B^RCH 4, 1909 

[10879 



Hoffman, Malvlna. 1 

Bacchanale. © Msdviiui Hoffman, Ne^ York. R 
140314, June 11, 1945. 



1 



sso 



CLASSES H-K 

REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 
OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 
PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



American automobile assn. Traffic engineering & 
safety dept. 10880 

Obey your safety patrol, S. S. P. 172. © Aug. 

21, 1945; K 59446. 

American bank note co. 10881-10883 

Deere & co., special V-86580. © July 27, 1945; 

K 59402. 

Republica dos Estados Unidos do Brasil, V-86619. 

© Aug. 21, 1945; K 59400. 

Special V-66517.A. © July 30, 1945; K 59401. 

American toy & furniture co. 10884, 10885 

[Sand pen cards] 1, 2. © Aug. 29, 1945; K 59407, 
59408. 

Ames, Hazen R. 10886 

Decalcomania design. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; 
I 36622. 

Arenz, John A. 10887 

Sxms-only rival sun bowl thermostat-control elec- 
tric heater, © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; I 36598. 

Ashley, David, inc. 10888-10891 

La bella Greca [Paolina Buonaparte] by Counis. 

- Panclatichi, Lucrezia, 81; by Bronzino. - [The 

tribute money] by Massaccio. © July 23, 1945; H 

2977-2979. 

Going out, Gloucester, Mass., 32; by Anthony 

Thieme. © Sept. 14, 1945; H 2976. _ 

AOcins, Howard D. 10892 

Savings with protection, 20 payment endowment 
@ age 65. © Aug. 1, 1945; I 36644. 

Avery, Sidney Hyde. 10893 

Balograph form. © Mar. 22, 1945; I 36632. 

BaUey, Maurice Stanton. 10894 

Neptunus Rex. © Nov. 15, 1944; K 59440. 

Bankers trust co, 10895, 10896 

Gross yields and prices: 

Fully taxable U. S. treasury obligations. - 
Partially tax-exempt U. S, treasury obligations. © 
Sept. 5, 1945; I 36618, 36619. 

Bell, Kenneth Walter. 10897 

Porta-kool. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1945; I 36634. 

Bower, Sid. 10898 

Ashes in ink. © Aug. 25, 1945; K 59412. 

Brennan, Robert Abraham. 10899, 10900 

Four blade: 

Airplane propeller, - Marine propeller. © 1 
c. each June 27, 1945; I 36602, 36603, 



Brigham, George B. 

Brigham building system: 



10901-10903 



Floor plans, 2A. - Typical wall joints, SI. - 
Wall panel details, S2, © 1 c, each Sept. 7, 1945- 
136627-36629. 

Callahan, Ezra Leo, 10904 

Carpenter's level and transit, © 1 c, Aug, 29, 
1945; I 36591, 

Cashmore,.Alonzo W. 10905 

Self oiler for drill press, © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1945; 
I 36624. 

Catalda fine arts, inc. 10906-10911 

Kautzky, Ted: 

Connecticut hills, 405. -Country holiday, 406. 
- Fisherman's harbour, 404. - October sunshine, 
402. - Schooner in the harbour, 403, - Winter in 
New England, 401. © Aug. 20, 1945; H 2969-2974, 

Christian science board of directors. 10912-10914 
About 1852. - June, 1900. © Sept. 7, 1945; J 

38443, 38444. 

Boston, Massachusetts, the Mother church edi- 

fides, administration building, publishing house, 

and church park. © Sept. 7, 1945; J 38442. 

Cioffi^ A. R. 10915 

Regina Pacts. Pray for us; by Ilario Panzironi. 
© July 17, 1943; H 2980. 

Connelly, Charles W. 10916 

Architects engrs. helper. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1945; 
I 36623. 

Cross CO. 10917-10946 

Automatic axle turning lathe, A-25940. - Double 
end tool joint bobbing machine, A-25845. - Four 
way boring machine proposal for transmission case, 
A-25410. - Tool layout for governor housing, A- 
25419, A-25421. - Two way boring machine pro- 
posal for cylinder block, A-25409. © 1 c. each 
Sept. 12, 1945; I 36653, 36655, 36659, 36661, 36664, 
36667. 

Proposed: 

Automatic double end tnachine for facing and 
chamfering steel tubes, A-25404. - Boring machine 
for transmission housing, A-25415. - Centering 
and facing machine for car axles, A-25956. - Com- 
bination milling and broaching machine for crank- 
case. A-25417. - Cylinder block boring machine^ 
A-26002. - Double end boring machine for tool 
joints, A-25993. - Double end machine for roiigh 
and finish bore in crankcase. A-25420. - Drill, 
face and tapping machine for hydraulic cylinder 
plug, A-25412, - Duplex floor type milling machine 
for transmission case, A-25405. - Five station auto- 
matic machine for housing, A-25423, - Horizontal 
double end machine to bore, face and chamfer three 
holes In tandem case assembly, A-25411. - Machine 
for boring and facing rear axle housing, A-25406. - 
Machine to bore and face both ends of transmission 
cases, A-25403, 1, 2. - Machine to cut off ends of 



688652 0-46-2 



231 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



10947 



pt. IV, n, s., V. 40 



axle forgings, A-25957, - Machine to rough and 
finish mill crankcase, A-25422. - Soil pipeOash 
and end grinder, A-25939. - Three-way boring 
machine for eccentric crank, A-25410. - Three- 
way drilling machine for axle housing, A-25418. - 
Tooling for horizontal boring, facing and chamfer- 
ing machine, A-25411. - Two-way boring machine 
for axle housing, A-25416. - Two-way borii^ ma- 
chine for transmission housing, A-25414. - Two- 
way, five station automatic machine for housii^, 
A-25419, A-25421. © 1 c. each Sept. 12, 1945; 
I 36647-36652, 36654, 36656-36658, 36660, 36662, 
36663, 36665, 36666, 36668-36676. 

Danziger, Leonard. 10947 

Danziger's placard for seats. This seat taken, 
returning direcUy. © Sept. 12, 1945; K 59435. 

Dixon, George F., jr. 10948-10951 

Landing: 

Craft, infantry, LCI. - Craft, mechanical, 
LCM. - Craft, vehicle, personnel, LCVP. - Ship 
tank, LST. © 1 c. each Sept. 4, 1945; I 36609- 
36612. 

Donald art co., inc. 10952, 10953 

Aphrodite, 434. - Marigolds, 465. © Sept. 1, 
1945; K 59410, 59411. 

Emery, George Sumner. 10954, 10955 

Faucet valve, 1, 2. © 1 c. each Sept. 6, 1945; 
I 36642, 36643. 

Empie, Hal H. 10956 

Howdy! Just popped up in, this country does 

somethin' to yuh', E-100. © Aug. 30, 1945; K 
59442. 

F. A. R. gallery. 10957-10962 

Rathborne, Jean: 

Camellias, 1, 2. © June 1, 1944; H 2964, 2965. 
Magnolias, 1, 2. © Jan. 10, 1944; H 2962, 
2963. 

Thirkield, Huldah: 

The bouquet. - The last act. © Aug. 1, 1945; 
H 2966, 2967. 

Feller, Karl. 10963 

Joint mobility restorer. © 1 c. July 17, 1945; 
I 36635. 

Folse, France M. 10964 

Gloria in excelsis Deo. Greetings; by France M. 
Folse. © Sept. 12, 1945; H 2975. 

General electric X-ray corp. 10965, 10966 

I did not think, I investigated. - Roentgen, Wil- 
helm Conrad, in his laboratory, © 1 c. each Sept. 
10, 1945; J 38440, 38441. 

Goldfinch, Archie N. 10967 

Four deck stern wheel steamer, Jamestown, 
Chautauqua Lake, N. Y. © 1 c. July 12, 1945; J 
38475. 

GoUub, Matthew. 10968 

Letter-eazy. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; I 36613. 



Grant, W. T., co. 

Jo-joy. © Sept. 10, 1945; K 59522. 



10969 



Hearst consolidated publications, inc. 10970-10978 



A final change of face! © Sept. 10, 1945; K 
59428. 

Going his way? © Sept. 5, 1945; K 59409. 

Hands across the sea. © Sept. 11, 1945; K 
59441. 

A neglected education. © Sept. 6, 1945; K 59414. 

Never again, © Aug. 31, 1945; K 59399. 

None so blind. © Sept. 12, 1945; K 59447. 

Our highest award. © Sept. 13, 1945; K 59448. 

The Red market! © Sept. 8, 1945; K 59429. 

This is it, folks! © Sept. 7, 1945; K 59430. 

Helehan, Marie Louise. 10979 

The kiddie-flag. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; I 36626. 

Hermitage art co., inc. 10980-10983 

The Christmas story, 1208. - The first Christ- 
mas gift, 1275. - Lo, the star which they saw in the 
east, went before them, 1253, 1265. ©Sept. 8, 1945; 
K 59416-59419. 

Hessig, W. P. 10984 

The lifetime garbage can. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; 
I 36589. 

Home insurance co. 10985 

The fire masters of Charleston, S. C.;by Chris- 
tian Meyr. © June 26, 1945; H 2981. 

Hoyle, M. 10986 

Pinky blossom from Shangri-La. © Aug. 30, 
1945; H 2968. 

Huchting, Carl H. 10987, 10988 

Lonely for a mate, 27-A. - Patiently waiting, 
12-A. © 1 c. each Sept, 10, 1945; J 38456, 38457, 

Huchting advertisii^ photography, 10989, 10990 
The lights of Broadway, 16-T, - The Plaza by 
day, 1-S, © 1 c, June 18, 1945; J 38011, 38012, 

Intelligencer ptg, co, 10991 

Liberty's light burns bright again. © Aug. 3, 
1945; K 59445. 

Jacovitz, Bernard. 10992 

Architect's house plan. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1945; 
I 36639. 

Jamack, Peter J. '10993-10999 

Clear-color-view sanitary liquid dispenser with 
automatic lever valve-tray. © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1945; 
I 36630. 

Heavy crude oil and tar first stage, pre -molecu- 
lar factionating unit. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 1945; I 36631. 

P. J. Inclined plane -longitudinal baffles, multi- 
flow, oil refining heat exchangers and cooler com- 
binations, including towers and columns. © 1 c. 
Sept. 12, 1945; I 36641. 

Para-elapse -trepo cylinder air metal designs. 
© 1 C. July 20, 1945; I 36592. 

Plastic souvenir containers. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 
1945; I 36633. 

Variety, flow, manifold centrifugal pumps. © 1 
c. Sept. 4, 1945; I 36605. 

ZU-Z-Q aero-sea-sled aeroplane. © 1 c. Sept. 
6, 1945; I 36646. 

Kaufmann, Glnt. HOOO 

Roosevelt, President. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1945; J 
38434. 



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CLASSES H-K 



11162 



Keeney, Thomas J. 11001 

Cyclonic storm chart. © Aug. 16, 1945; I 36638. 

Kellogg CO. ^ 11002 

You say you'd like these wings of mine. © Aug. 
26, 1945; K 59393. 

Keystone view co. 11003-11005 

Keystone units, geography and travel, 15-17. © 
Aug. 22, 1945; J 38445-38447. 

Kimbal, Alfred. 11006 

Combination air-pressure dust remover and 
ceqtrifugal dust separator. © Sept. 10, 1945; 
I 36637. 

Klessig, Clarence Robert. 11007 

It's a great life! © June 10, 1945; K 59404. 

Liebel, C. J. 11008 

Fawn. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1945; J 38436. 

Long, John E. 11009-11012 

Alaska: 

Mt. McKinley as seen from a point near An- 
chorage, 51. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1945; J 38435. 

Patrick, St. Lawrence Island, Eskimo, Nome, 
559. - Wolves, shot from plane, Nome area, 571. 
© 1 c. each Sept. 11, 1945; J 38437, 38439. 

Aleutian Islands. Kiska beach, off North Head, 
761. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1945; J 38438. 

Loucks & Norling studios. 11013-11019 

Engineering, electronics. The triode: ampli- 
fication, 3. O. E. 177. © June 1, 1945; J 38454. 
Engineering, fundamentals of mechanics: 

Introduction to vectors, coplanar concurrent 

forces, O. E. 361. - Principle of moments, O. E. 

362. - Principles of gearing, 363. © June 1, 1945; 

J 38449, 38450, 38452. 

Machine shop work, basic machines: 

The lathe, O. E. 68. - The milling machine, 

O. E. 69. - The shaper, O. E. 70. © June 1, 1945; 

J 38451, 38453, 38455. 

McDaniel, John RUey, jr. 11020 

Polycrypt. © 1 c. July 28, 1945; I 36593. 

Maurer, Elmer Christian. 11021-11023 

Chart of consumer's position in economic circle. 
- The international economic circle. © 1 c. each 
Sept. 2, 1945; I 36607, 36608. 

The pliunb-bob of an international free enter- 
prise economy. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; I 36636. 

Miller, Howard Lemon. 11024 

Two cartridge shells, Garand carbine joined and 
made into cigarette lighter. © 1 c. Sept. 2, 1945; 
J 38388. 

Moore, Edward McDowell. 11025 

The world's clocks. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1945; 
I 36625. 



Moore. Robert. 



11026 



Ain't it the truth. © July 30, 1945; K 59406. 

Mueller, Constance & Mueller, Wesley. 

11027-11088 

Andros reef, 12-7-34. - Baby stUts, 6A-46-42. 

- Bass, 14-45-4, 16-10-2, 16-23-3, 16-25-2. - 

Birth of noddy term, 6A-6-44. - Bowfin, 14-41-^ 



14-45-3, 15-43-2. - Bowfin and brim, 15-48-1. - 
Channel cat, 15-1-3, 15-31-1. - Channel cats, 15- 
43-1. - Chub sucker, - 15-39-2, 15-40-1, 15-40-2. 
Connie and waterglass, 4-37-1. - Connie goggling 
in springs, 14-12-20. - Cyril and anchor, 12-32-26. 

- Diver and hose, 12-13-12. - Diver collects speci- 
mens, 12-5-6. - Diver in spring, 14-21-8. - Diver 
pets shark, 9-41-18. - Feathered sea urchin, 5A- 
35-4. - Goggling with camera, 5A-45-23. - Morey 
eel, 2B-31-15. - Muellers in Silver Springs, 17-17- 
4. - Mullet, 14-48-1, 16-43-1. - Noddy terms, 6A- 
5-3. - Palm trees, 4A-23-28. - Pickerel, 15-42-3. 

- Queen termite, 3B-40-20. - Ready to dive, 17-8- 
3. - Sea anemone, 4A-45-11. - Sea fan and parrot 
fish. lB-48-31. - Shark over reef, 11-47-36. - 
Spanish hog fish, 12-14-9. - Spiny sea urchin, 5A- 
35-3. - Sponge, 8-26-20. - Starfish, 8-13-27. - 
StUt, 6A.47.4. - Termite nest, 5A-38-15. - Water- 
spout, 4A-44-7. © 1 c. each Sept. 6, 1945; J 38389- 
38433. 

Baby albino porpoise, 3A-22-19. - Barracuda, 
3-50-29. - Barracuda and diver, 5-42-33. - Connie 
and oyster catcher, X-1-2- - Divers, Rockfish and 
grouper, 4-24-24, 4-25-26. - Diving rig, 4-40-12. 
Fossil coral geode, 2A-2-18. - Helmet and hand 
pump, 4A-14-10. - Lobster and diver, 10-15-20. 
10-19-7. Oyster catcher, X-1-16. - Pelican, 9- 
50-2C. - Porpoise, 3A-22-18, 3A-22-21, 3A-36-1. 

- Spiny lobster, 4B-41-13. © 1 c. each Sept. 10, 
1945; J 38458-38474. 

Nevins, Sol Tobias. 11089 

United nations victory salute. © June 24, 1945; 
J 38448. 

New York graphic society. 11090 

The gay philosopher. Why worry? © Sept. 14, 
1945; K 59443. 

Newald, Ch. 11091 

Design for a box for fluorescent lamps. © 1 c. 
Aug. 31, 1945; I 36600. 

Norcross. 11092-11162 

Anniversary greetings, late but sincere, 15AN- 
555. - Birthday greetings, 15GB51. - A birthday 
hello from me to you, 15GB52. - For a special 
friend. Happy birthday to you, 10GB960. - For 
your birthday, all best wishes, 15GB11. - A happy 
birthday, cousin, 15MB931. - A happy birthday 
mother, 15FB339. - How to get weU soon, 15CN194. 

- Mommy, dear, a happy birthday, 10FB302. -Your 
first anniversary, 15AN654. © Aug. 31, 1945; K 
59457-59461, 59474, 59479, 59481-59483. 

Babies are so sweet, 10R107. © June 6, 1945; 
K 59455. 

Babies sure are cute, 15BC591. - For your 
bridal shower this gift brings far more wishes, 
10GF682. - Happy birthday, enjoy every minute of 
it, 10JB6. © July 27, 1945; K 59452, 59454, 59465. 

Because you're a very dear aunt, I think about 
you often, 25V625. - Because you're dear to me, a 
special valentine, 35V504. - Best wishes for Easter, 
25E188. - For you sweetheart, because I love you, 
50V508. - Sweetheart, a valentine on love's own 
day, 50V507. - With love to my wife at Easter, 
35E742. - You're very dear to me, at Easter and 
always, 35E409. © June 16, 1945; K 59421-59427. 

Because you're very dear to me, 100V142. - For 
my sweetheart a heart full of love, 100V140. - 
Sweetheart, you're all the world to me, 100V139. - 
To my husband, my valentine, a message of love 
from my heart to yours, 100V145. - A valentine for 



233 



11163 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 40 



you darling, to tell you that I love you, 100V141. © 
July 6, 1945; K 59498, 59506-59508, 59510. 

A belated greeting for your birthday with all 
best wishes, 15SB52. - Don't let a littie birthday 
throw you, 15HB68. © Aug. 24; 1945; K 59456, 
59469. 

A birthday message, sweetheart, 100SB766. - A 
birthday prayer for you, 25SB448. - For a dear 
sister a birthday wish, 25FB643. - Happy birthday 
to my husband, 25MB617. - It's baby's first birth- 
day, what fun to be, 1, 25JB222. - To the dearest 
wife in all the world on our anniversary, 35AN404. 
© Aug. 31, 1945; K 59487, 59489, 59494, 59495, 
59504, 59509. 

A birthday thought for a special friend, 50GB9S9. 

- To my husband on Valentine's day, 35V657. - 
With love, brother, at Easter, 35E746. - With love, 
son, on Valentine's day, 35V659. - With love to my 
husband, my Valentine, 35V614, © July 27, 1945; K 
59492, 59497, 59499, 59500, 59505. 

A birthday wish mother from both of us, 25FB- 
472. © July 23, 1945; K 59493. 

Congratulations. Glad to hear it, good for you, 
15CG829. - Happy birthday to a dear aunt, 15FB26. 

- Our wedding gift with our best wishes for all the 
happiness that marriage can hold, 10GF705. -Thank 
you all, 15TY725. - To my husband on his birthday. 
Wotta man, 15MB615. - To you and your darling 
baby, 25BC405. - Today's your birthday, isn't it, 
10GB42. - What! No tonsUs? Well, that's good, 
15CN645. © Aug. 10, 1945; K 59449, 59463, 59467, 
59468, 59472, 59473, 59476, 59480. 

Feeling better? We all hope so, 15CN481. © 
Aug. 13, 1945; K 59470. 

For the kid brother, just a line on your birthday, 
lOMBI. - A gift for you to show that you're remem- 
bered, 10GF15. - Nothing can stop me fromwishing 
you a happy birthday, 10HB42. - A wedding gift 
wishing you a future filled with happiness, 10GF704. 
© Aug. 17, 1945; K 59450, 59453, 59477, 59478. 

For you sweetheart on our anniversary, 2 5AN6 10. 

- A parting gift from all of us, 35GF830. © Aug. 
13, 1945; K 59490, 59496. 

A happy anniversary. Ain't love grand, 25AN218, 

- Hs^py birthday to you, son, 25MB770. - To the 
very happy parents, a note of congratulations, 
35BC419. © Aug. 10, 1945; K 59486, 59491, 59501. 

A happy birthday, brother, 35MB32. - Let your- 
self go, 25HB32. © Aug. 24, 1945; K 59488, 59503. 

Have a happy birthday, sister, 15FB648. -Here's 
to happiness at your new address, 15FB460. - Hi 
wolf! Take it easy, 15CN271. - Not just a lltUe 
happy birthday, 10HB41. - A wedding gift with best 
wishes for your happiness, 10GF713. © Aug. 3, 
1945; K 59451, 59462, 59464, 59471, 59475. 

On your birthday, 25GB20. © July 20, 1945; K 
59485. 

To mother, a happy birthday, 35FB347. - To my 
husband on our anniversary, 25AN486. © Aug. 17, 
1945; K 59484, 59502. ' 

A valentine for my wife, 35V655. © June 20, 
1945; K 59420. 

With love to mother on Valentine's day, 100V143. 
© July 13, 1945; K 59511. 

With you in thought, 15FR5. © July 18, 1945; K 
59466. 

Olson, Renus. 11163 

Security acres. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; I 36621. 

Pan American airways, inc. 11164 

International symbol for a world at peace. © 
Jan. 17, 1945; K 59413. 



Pendleton woolen mills. 11165-11168 

Calf roping. - The pick-up man. - Wild cow 
milking contest. - Wild horse race. © Sept. 1, 1945; 
K 59436-59439. 

Pied Piper nursery school. 11169 

The Pied Piper nursery school. © Sept. 12, 
1945; K 59434. 

Rohrer, Perry Lawrence. 11170-11173 

Dotting. - Patterns. - Rhythm. - Tsqqping. © 
June 18, 1945; I 36594-36597. 

Rust craft publishers. 11174-11183 

Birthdays don't mean a thing to you, 10BG1253. 
- Bringing best wishes for a quick recovery, 
15AL7797. - Gee, but I miss ya, 10AF6988. - 
Happy birthday to you, 15BG1412. - Havin' a birth- 
day, 10BG1252, - Hello, 10AF6989. - May your 
birthday be glad, 15BG1411. - So you're having a 
birthday, 10BG1255. - S'only me with a wish for 
your birthday, 15BG1410. - You'll soon be better 
now, 10AL7584. © Sept. 14, 1945; K 59512-59521. 

Security plate co. 11184 

Welcome home. © Sept. 8, 1945; K 59433. 

Shell development co. 11185 

Boiling points of petroleum hydrocarbons. © 
.Aug. 24, 1945; I 38645. 

Shultz, Samuel M. 11186 

Bemanufacture plant lay-out for pre -cut and 
prefabricated buUdings. © 1 c. Sept. 2, 1945; 
I 36604. 

Slrrplet electric co. 11187 

Manual ferrules for synthetic or other types of 
tubing. © 1 c. Sept. 5, 1945; I 36617. 

Sloane, Eric & Willetts, William Prentice. 

11188-11190 
Nature's weather forecast. - Understanding the 
weather map. - World of clouds. © 1 c. each Sept. 
5, 1945; I 36614-36616. 

Spiegel, Harvey Harold. 11191 

Aerotel, © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; I 36606. 

Stanley mfg. co. 11192-11196 

Belinda card, 10G887-10G889. -May our friend- 
ship last forever, 2502745. - Tina card, 10G886. 
© Aug. 27, 1945; K 59394-59398. 

Sullivan, Thomas Francis. 11197 

Cape Elizabeth lighthouse. © Aug. 30, 1945; K 
59405. 

Taulton, Harvey E. 11198 

[Checker trick] © Apr. 5, 1945; I 38601. 

Telch, Curt, & co.. Inc. 11199 

•Greetings from Marietta, Ga., 4B-H744. © Aug. 
31, 1945; K 59403. 

Tolochko, Jerome Gerson. 11200 

Ark or shrine. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 1945; I 36640. 

United Christian assn. 11201 

The sign of Jesus. © Sept. 7, 1945; K 59444. 



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no. 9, 1945 




11207 


Westinghouse electric corp. 11202 
Wherever you sure Westinghouse wishes you a 
happy birthday. © Mar. 1, 1945; K 59432. 


Wolslagel memorials. 

Rini monument design. © 1 
I 36599. 


11205 
c. Aug. 30, 1945; 


Wlllems, Henry J. 11203 
Santa Claus maU. © Aug. 31, 1945; K 59431. 


Yoder, D. Carl. 

Our preacher says. © July 1, 


11206 
1945; K 59415. 


Wilson, Minnetta Maude & Henderson, Ralph E . 






11204 
Level gage with protractor scale. © 1 c. Sept. 
7, 1945; I 36620. 


Zucker, Harry H. 

Combination air conditioner 
© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; I 36590. 


11207 
and refrigerator. 



Number of entries in classes H-K Included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Reproductions of works of art (Including 27 one-copy entries) 180 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (including 695 one-copy 

entries) 1,053 

Photographs (including 496 one-copy entries) . 890 

Prints and pictorial Illustrations (including 288 contributions to periodicals and other 

one-copy entries) 2,334 

Total - 4,457 



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Aluminum cooking utensil co., New Kenslngtony'Pa. 

11208 
Like to keep that man In your life? For alumi- 
num pressure cooker. © Aug. 15, 1945; KK 34303. 

American car & foundry co., New York. 11209 

A. c. f. slumberllner points the way. For rail- 
way passenger cars and trains. © Sept. 8, 1945; 
KK 34329. 

American colloid co., Chicago. 11210-11214 

For clay: 

Fineness as a factor in bentonlte usage, 203. 
© July 21, 1945; KK 34140. 

Industrial usage of bentonlte and a short story 
of its physical properties, 201. © July 21, 1945; 
KK 34139. 

KWK volclay, 226. © June 20, 1945; KK 34198. 

Methods of mixing bentonlte with water, 252. 
© July 12, 1945; KK 34167. 

The scientific aspects of bentonlte, 204. © 
July 28, 1945; KK 34141. 

American locomotive co. & General electric co., 
Schenectady, N. Y. 11215 

Arthur Goiens, the porter. For transportation 

equipment. © Aug. 11, 1945; KK 34184. 

American photocopy equipment co., Chicago. 11216 
Streamline your copying with photocopying. For 
photocopying equipment and supplies. © Sept. 4, 
1945; KK 34248. 

Art metal co., Cleveland. 11217 

Disinfectaire ultraviolet germicidal equipment 
for use in poultry houses. For ultraviolet germi- 
cidal equipment. © Aug. 22, 1945; KK 34134. 

Austenal laboratories, inc., Chicago. 11218 

Experience and know how, technical mastery, 
teamwork with profession, sii^leness of purpose. 
For nonprecious metal dentures. © Atig. 27, 1945; 
KK 34203. 

Baumann, Ludwig, & co.. New York. 11219-11221 
For furniture: 

Babies bring luck, said Mr. B. © Mar. 1, 
1945; KK 34201. 

He made a kite a current event. © Mar. 13, 
1945; KK 34202. 

Speak for yourself John, was early colonial 
for, be my valentine. © Feb. 13, 1945; KK 34200. 

Bell aircraft corp., Buffalo. "* 11222 

American business is growing wings. For air- 
craft. © Aug. 26, 1945; KK 34204. 

Bendix aviation corp., Detroit, Teterboro, N. J. 

11223-11227 
Bendix builds best. For radios and radio-phono- 
graphs. © Aug. 10, 1945; KK 34245. 
For aircraft instruments: 

Dual fuel and oil pressure autosyn indicator. 
Installation instructions. © Aug. 20, 1945; KK 34212. . 
Dual fuel flow autosyn indicators. Installation 
instructions. © Aug. 20, 1945; KK 34211. 



Dual manifold pressure autosyn indicator. 
Installation instructions. © Aug. 14, 1945- KK 
34210. 

Fuel pressure warning unit. Installation in- 
structions. © Aug. 14, 1945; KK 34209. 



Best & CO., inc., New York. 11228-11246 

Best's coats for girls. Martinique lizard pumps 
for college. Shirtmaker perfect for college. For 
girls' coats and misses shoes and dress. © Aug. 
30, 1945; KK 34176. 

Best's new versions of the good little wool. For 
misses wool dresses. © Sept. 6, 1945; KK 34256. 

Bow dress in a cohama rayon fabric. For misses 
dress. © Sept. 7, 1945; KK 34260. 

Campus wool with new deep-armhole sleeves. 
For misses dress. © Aug. 27, 1945; KK 34169. 

Carter's tyke pants have a new two-way knit. A 
young cosmopolitan's college electives include the 
new, softer styles. For jr. misses suits, coats, 
dresses and gown. © Sept. 7, 1945; KK 34259. 

College girls dote on our striped two-piecer. 
Flannel robes are the love of the dorm. College 
girls choose boxlav by the makers of kislav. For 
jr. miss suit dress, misses robes and misses 
gloves. © Aug. 27, 1945; KK 34170. 

College girls want lots of blouses and shirts to 
lend variety. For misses blouses. © Aug. 31, 1945; 
KK 34179. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar sweater 
sets for the very young. For little children's 
sweaters. © Aug. 28, 1945; KK 34171. 

Gilding the cloche. For misses hats. © Sept. 
6, 1945; KK 34257. 

Good wool separates college stand-bys. For 
misses separates skirts and jackets. © Sept. 4, 
1945; KK 34254. 

A heavy wool sweater of jacquard design. For 
boy's sweater; © Sept. 6, 1945; KK 34255. 

The Liliputian bazaar chooses such adorable 
frocks for little girls. Star of the campus, our 
wool cardigan suit. For jr. miss suit and little 
girls dresses. © Aug. 29, 1945; KK 34172. 

The new fall clothes for girls feature warm fab- 
rics and smart lines. For girls dresses and ju]xq)ers 
and blouse. © Sept. 7, 1945; KK 34258. 

New soft lines for a college date dress. For 
misses dress. © Aug. 29, 1945; KK 34174. 

Perfect for campus, our stormy weather coat. 
For misses raincoat. © Aug. 30, 1945; KK 34177. 

The pile -lined snowsuit is warm and water-re - 
peUent. For boy's jacket. © Aug. 29, 1945; KK 
34175. 

Slated for success our new arrow suit. For boys 
and girls Best's shoes correctly made of fine 
leathers. For misses suit and children's shoes. 
© Sept. 7, 1945; KK 34261. 

When sister and brother go to school. For little 
girls and boys knitted suits. © Aug. 29, 1945; KK 
34173. 

Young cosmopolitans award college honors to 
these hit fashions from our famous College shop. 
For jr. miss suits, coats and dresses. © Aug. 31, 
1945: KK 34178. 



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11289 



Blatz brewing co., Milwaukee. 11247, 11248 

For beer: 

Blatz beer, invitation to good taste. © July 
9, 1945; KK 34226. 

Good taste that Justifies your choice I © June 
2, 1945; KK 34225. 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N. J. 11249-11255 
Botany brand. For woolen and worsted piece 
goods. © Aug. 18, 1945; KK 34298. 

For fabrics, clothing, yarns and cosmetics: 

Botany brightens the autumn scene with news- 
making color pages. © Aug. 28, 1945; KK 34220. 

Botany takes a leaf out of autumn with lively 
fashion pages In full color. © Aug. 14, 1945; KK 
34219. 

Tie In with the Botany radio program. © July 
17, 1945; KK 34217. 

Tune In on Botany! © July 31, 1945; KK 
34218. 

For knitting yarns: 

Botany brand. © Aug. 30, 1945; KK 34299. 

Botany brand no dye lot yarns. © Aug. 7, 
1945; KK 34265. 

Callte Corp., Hastings, Mich. 11256 

Gives horsepower more wallop! For sludge 
solvent for Internal combustion engines. © Aug. 
25, 1945; KK 34191. 

Chem-stamps co., Bayonne, N. J. 11257 

Chem-stamps. Bulletin 4. Revised. For rubber 
stamps. © July 7, 1945; KK 34166. 

Clalrol, Inc., Stamford, Conn. 11258 

Directions for using Instant Clalrol. For sham- 
poo tint. © Sept. 4, 1945; KK 34208. 

Clorox chemical co., Oakland, CalU. 11259 

Using Clorox In cleansing your refrigerator? 
For household bleach and disinfectant. © Aug. 1, 
1945; KK 34268. 

Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 11260-11266 

For soft drink: 

Come on over. Have a Coca-cola. Sandlot 
baseball. © Aug. 6, 1945; KK 34333. 

Don't fence me out. Have a coke. Couple at 
fence. © July 31, 1945; KK 34332. 

The game's on. Have a coke. Dart game. © 
Aug. 27, 1945; KK 34336. 

Things are warming up. Have a Coca-cola. 
Wiener roast. © Ai^. 23, 1945; KK 34335. 

Things are warming up. Have a coke. Beach 
scene Wiener roast. © July 20, 1945; KK 34330. 

What's the good word? Have a Coca-cola. 
Rural mall. © July 26, 1945; KK 34331. 

Your turn. Have a coke. Girls' checker 
game. © Aug. 13, 1945; KK 34334. 

Corn products sales co.. New York. 11267, 11268 
Before you go, tell me how you make those 

wonderful kre-mel pies. For dessert. © Aug. 18, 

1945; KK 34137. 

Variety Is the spice of salads! For salad oil. © 

Aug. 29, 1945; KK 34138. 

Cory glass coffee brewer co., Chicago. 11269 

Cory restaurant models. For glass coffee 
brewers and stoves. © July 1, 1945; KK 34243. 



Davison chemical corp., Baltimore. 11270-11273 
For chemicals: 

Conquering climate, time and distance with 
protek-sorb. © July 25, 1945; KK 34215. 

Davison offers an amorphous silicon dioxide. 
© Aug. 10, 1945; KK 34216. 

Has your packaging kept pace with your prod- 
uct? © July 1, 1945; KK 34213. 

This little pile of Davison silica gel has a 
surface. © July 25, 1945; KK 34214. 

Day-brlte lighting. Inc., St. Louis. 11274 

Day-brlte, advance data sheet 534. For fixtures 

for fluorescent lamps. © Aug. 31, 1945; KK 34252. 

Dick, A. B., CO., Chicago. 11275, 11276 

For stencil duplicators and supplies: 

Black on white. © Aug. 1, 1945; KK 34192. 

Ready for business. © July 24, 1945; KK 
34150. 

Douglas, W. L., shoe co., Brockton, Mass. 11277 
One good stamp, deserves another. For shoes. 
© Sept. 7, 1945; KK 34300. 

DuMont, Allen B., laboratories. Inc., New York, 
Passaic, N. J. 11278-11284 

For electronic equipment and television: 

DuMont, for the pattern of tomorrow's tele- 
vision. © Sept. 1, 1945; KK 34310. 

DuMont, for the tools of television. © Aug. 
1, 1945; KK 34244. 

Ed Archie Gardner says, DuMont television 
will glamlfy Duffy's tavern. © Sept. 15, 1945; KK 
34311. 

Jimmy Durante says, if I may quote my friend, 
Umbrlago, DuMont television Is terrific! © Aug. 1, 
1945; KK 34240. 

Jimmy Durant says, if I may quote my friend, 
Umbrlago, DuMont television Is terrific! And your 
customers will share his breathless exuberance. 
© Aug. 1, 1945; KK 34242. 

Jimmy Durante says, togetherwe'Ube terrific, 
DuMont television, Umbrlago and me! © Aug. 15, 
1945; KK 34241. 

Now It can be told, by means of the new DuMont 
doublebeam type 5sp cathode -ray tube. For double 
beam type 5sp cathode ray tube. © Sept. 1, 1945; 
KK 34262. 

Durham mfg. corp., Mimcle, Ind. 11285 

Look, to new horizons! For metal card tables 
and furniture. © Aug. 23, 1945; KK 34154. 

Durkee-Mower, Inc., Lynn, Mass. 11286 

Marshmallow fluff and sweeco. For marshmal- 
low fluff and sweeco. © Sept. 1, 1945; KK 34227. 

Eldredge, Jack, Cleveland. 11287 

Something to think about! For arch supports and 

orthopedic ^pliances. © July 17, 1945; KK 34222. 

Enoch, Walter, New York. 11288 

Sit-n-rlte. For combination desk, blackboard 
and stool. © Aug. 20, 1945; KK 34235. 

Eversharp, Inc., Chicago. 11289 

Daddy knows an Eversharp answers the $64 
question. For foimtain pen and pencil. © Aug. 1, 
1945; KK 34221. 



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Factory built homes, inc., New York. 11290 

The add-to house. For prefabricated houses. © 
July 5, 1945; KK 34274. 

Fischer & co., inc., New York. 11291 

O wondrous world. For lingerie, nightgown. © 
Aug. 17, 1945; KK 34206. 

Fox, Walter B., Mobile, Ala. 11292 

If it's new, Fox has it. For comic Christmas 
cards. © Aug. 4, 1945; KK 34121. 

General electric co. See American locomotive co. 
& General electric co. 

GUes, Robert W., sr., Miami, Fla. 11293 

Sec-tan, the perfect outdoor makeup. For cos- 
metic repellent. © Sept. 1, 1945; KK 34168. 

Granat bros., San Francisco. 11294 

Matchmates. For diamond rings. © Aug. 5, 
1945j KK 34188. 

Gray, Dorothy, ltd., New York. 11295 

Me, a beauty? For cosmetics. © Aug. 15, 1945; 
KK 34205. 

Grosvenor, Richard B., d. b. a. Tykie toy co., 
Piqua, O. 11296 

Fall premiere featuring two new stars. For 

toys. © Aug. 27, 1945; KK 34247. 

Hamburger, Isaac, & sons, Baltimore. 11297 

No skeletons In your closet. For clothing. © 
Sept. 10, 1945; KK 34309. 

Hanley, James, co., Providence. 11298-11303 

For ale: 

At ease! © Aug. 21, 1945; KK 34196. 

It's follow -through that counts! © Aug. 7, 
1945; KK 34195. 

No wonder Hanley's tastes so good! Girl 
bathing. © Aug. 16, 1945^ KK 34088. 

No wonder Hanley s tastes so good! Ocean 
and rocks. © July 25, 1945; KK 3408 7. 

No wonder Hanley's tastes so good! Old 
Providence. © Sept. 4, 1945; KK 34307. 

No wonder Hanley's tastes so good! Wood- 
land brook. © Aug. 21, 1945; KK 34306. 

Hansen's, Chr., laboratory, inc., Little Falls, N. Y. 

11304 
New recipes for junket, rennet tablets. For 
rennet tablets. © Aug. 1, 1945; KK 34090. 

Hastings mfg. co., Hastings, Mich. 11305 

Smoke means contentment. For piston rin^s. © 
Sept. 8, 1945; KK 34266. 

Henri co., Chicago. 11306 

Created by men for men. Charter house after 
shave, talc and cologne. For men's toiletries. ' © 
June 1, 1945; KK 34236. 

Hensler, Joseph, brewii^ co., Newark, N. J. 

11307-11313 
For beer: 

Good things go together. Cheese and crackers. 
© June 7, 1945; KK 34295. 

Good things go together. Cold cuts. © May 
28, 1945; KK 34294. 

Good things go together. Franks and beans. 
© May 17, 1945; KK 34293. 



pt. IV, n. s., v. 40 

Good things go together. Ham and swiss. © 
Apr. 5, 1945; KK 34291. 

Good things go together. Hamburger. © Apr. 
19, 1945; KK 34292, 

Good things go together. Hard boiled eggs. 
© June 14, 1945; KK 34296. 

Good things go together. Popcorn. © May 
10, 1945; KK 34290. 

Hirestra laboratories, inc.. New York. 11314 

I'm in my late 40's, yet I pass easily for 37. 
For face cream, cosmetic. © Sept. 1, 1945; KK 
34312. 

Howard's jewelry. See Lathrom, Howard B., d. b. 
a. Howard's jewelry. 

ng electric ventilating co., Chicago. 11315-11322 
For heating, ventilating and air conditioning 

equipment: 

Beat the heat In your plants © Apr. 10, 1945- 
KK 34326. 

ng barn hay-driers. © Nov. 30, 1944; KK 
34325. 

ng research laboratory. © Nov. 7, 1944; KK 
34323. 

Proof of results. Bulletin 13. © Oct. 14, 
1943; KK 34320. 

Proof of results. Bulletin 14. © Mar. 28, 
1944; KK 34321. 

Proof of result;s. Bulletin 15. © Aug. 23, 
1944; KK 34322. 

Proof of results. Bulletin 16. © Nov. 30, 
1944; KK 34324. 

Proof of results. Bulletin 17. © June 18, 
1945; KK 34327. 

Industrial tape Corp., New Brunswick, N. J. 11323 
Paint shop digest. For permacel Industrial tape. 
© Sept. 7, 1945; KK 34308. 

Interwoven stocking co.. New Brunswick, N. J. 

11324 
The daiwn of the new freedom. For men's socks. 
© Aug. 24, 1945; KK 34328. 

Kahn, D^vld, Inc., North Bergen, N. J. 11325-11327 
For fountain pens and refill leads: 

A hit In three new ways. © Aug. 15, 1945; 
KK 34152. 

Sets the pace In 3 new ways. © Aug. 29, 
1945; KK 34237. 

Wearever pacemaker stand-out In 3 new ways. 
© Aug. 15, 1945; KK. 34155. 

Kaylon, Inc., New York. 11328-11330 

For clothing: 

Pick your polka In Tommies proportlonettes 
to fit your height. © July 31, 1945; KK 34313. 

Tailorli^ tells they're Tommies. © July 25, 
1945; KK 34251. 

Tommies proportlonettes. © Aug. 6, 1945; 
KK 34273. 

Kldde, Walter, & co.. Inc., New York. 11331 

Marine equipment. For fire extinguishing equip- 
ment. © July 18, 1945; KK 34145. 

Larco diamond tool co., New York. 11332, 11333 
For diamond tools for finishing: 

Larco polished diamond tools. © July 19, 
1945; KK 34249. 

Shortcut to efficiency! © July 1, 1945; KK 
34250. 



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11380 



Lathrom, Howard B., d. b. a. Howard's jewelry, 
Long Beach, Calif. 11334 

Howard's jewelry telequiz. For jewelry. © 

Apr. 26, 1945; KK 32717. 

Lehn & Fink products Corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

11335-11338 
For disinfectant: 

How come you missed this Friday? © Aug. 
31, 1945; KK 34302. 

How I lost my husband. © Aug. 15, 1945; KK 
34301. 

How wives lose husbands. © Aug. 13, 1945; 
KK 34207. 

When I say every tiaie, I mean It. © Aug. 20, 
1945; KK 34189. 

Lentheric, inc.. New York. 11339-11341 

FlowerprintLentheric perfumes. For cosmetics. 
© Aug. 1, 1945; KK 34275. 
For vanity: 

Classic lucite vanity simplicity. Lentheric 
perfumes. © Aug. 1, 1945; KK 34276. 

Gay flowers on crystal-clear conquict. © 
Aug. 28, 1945; KK 34277. 

Liggett 6 Myers tobacco co., New Toik. 

11342, 11343 
For cigarettes: 

Always meet by the clock. © Aug. SO, 1945; 
KK 34190. 

As the boys come home. © Au^. 23, 1945; KK 
34131. 

Lincoln electric co., Cleveland. 11344 

Lincontrol. For foot operated current control. 
© July 16, 1945; KK 34123. 

Lorr laboratories, Paterson, N. J. 11345 

Fingertip glory. For nail polish. © July 25, 
1945; KK 34089. 

McDevitt, D. R., Gary, Ind. 11346 

Tour private secretary. For pan^hlets and 
stationery. © Aug. 28, 1944; KK 34142. 

Macmillan petroleum Corp., Los Angeles. 11347 
Now use rli^-free exclusively. For motor oil. 
© Apr. 19, 1945; KK 34120. 

Mars model industries, Los Angeles. 11348 

Landing craft. For modeling kit €» July 24, 
1945; KK 34267. 

Marsh wall products, inc., Dover, O. 11340 

Installation instructions. For plas^ finished 
waU paaels. © July 27, 1945; KK 34182. 

Mastercraft pipe co.. New York. 11350 

Did you know! For pipes. ©Aug. 31, 1945; KK 
34289. 

Merit clothing Co., Mayfleld, Ky. 11351 

Tailored to the times. For men's clothing. © 
Aug. 25, 1945; KK 34263. 

Mojud hosiery co., Inc., Long Island City, N. Y. 

11352, 11353 
For ladles' hosiery: 

Mojud, a name that means everything you can 
ask for In stockings. © Aug. 15, 1945; KK 34146. 

Mojud, stockings of long-lastli% loveliness. 
© Aug. 17, 1945; KK 34238. 



Nutrition research laboratories, Chicago. 11354 
A new chapter In antlarthrltlc management. For 
medicinal compound. © Sept. 4, 1945; KK 34239. 

Owens -Illinois glass co., Toledo. 11355 

Ideas that become eye-deas. For duraglas con- 
Ulners. © Aug. 1, 1945; KK 34224. 

Plllsbury mills. Inc., Minneapolis. 11356 

Stretch your points. For flour. © June 7, 1945; 
KK 34164. 



Remington Rand, Inc., Buffalo. 11357-11379 

For filing equipment: 

For better record keeping, wood kardex 
visible. For every filing need, guardsman wood 
filing cabinets. © Mar. 6, 1944; KK 34109. 

Graph-a-matlc brings facts to life. Who's 
this worker offering you balanced production? © 
Jan. 27, 1944; KK 34095. 

A routine not recommended for customer 
facts. © Mar. 6, 1944; KK 34110. 
For office equipment: 

Attention PX managers. © Jan. 27, 1944; KK 
34100. 

Bottlers avoid slip-ups in control of sales 
With kardex. © Mar. 6, 1944; KK 34104. 

A declaration of Independence. © Mar. 6, 
1944; KK 34101. 

Graph-a-matlc brings facts to life. For sales 
managers who need all the facts for postwar plan- 
ning. © Jan. 27, 1944; KK 34098. 

Here's bank personnel administration with- 
out guesswork! © Jan. 27, 1944; KK 34099. 

Here's know -what's -what! © Mar. 16, 1944; 
KK 34113. 

How to know what's happening In your hospital 1 
© Jan. 6, 1944; KK 34092. 

How to luiow what's happening In your school. 
© Jan. 6, 1944; KK 34094. 

Kardex customer history records. © Mar. 
6, 1944; KK 34105. 

Kardex users crowd the sky. © Mar. 6, 1944; 
KK 34108. 

Lesson In business management. © Mar. 6, 
1944; KK 34107. 

Making customers friends. © M^. 6, 1944; 
KK 34112. 

Meet wage stabilization problems. © Jan. 6, 
1944; KK 34091. 

Rent checks come quick, with Kardex visible 
control. © Nbr. 6, 1944; KK 34103. 

This Inventory control system highlights 
danger sports. © Jan. 6, 1944; KK 34093. 

We're ready with your numbers. © Mar. 6, 
1944; KK 34111. 

You know It's by library bureau. © Jan. 27, 
1944; KK 34097. 

For office equipment booklet: 

Effective control of terminated government 
contracts. © Mar. 6, 1944; KK 34102. 

Now, a blueprint for management! © Mar. 6, 
1944; KK 34106. 

A new study of efficient purchasing procedure. 
For office equipment book. © Jan. 27, 1944; KK 
34096. 



Rose-Derry co., Newton, Mass. 11380 

Oh Lemuel get the llghtnlngpaki For heating 
pad. © Sept. 1, 1945; KK 34136. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 40 



St. Charles mfg. co,, St. Charles, m. 
For kitchen equipment: 

St. Charles kitchen design, 11. 
1945; KK 34278. 

St. Charles kitchen design, 20. 
1945; KK 34279. 

St. Charles kitchen design, 21. 
1945; KK 34280. 

St. Charles kitchen design, 50. 
1945; KK 34281. 

St. Charles kitchen design, 51. 
1945; KK 34282. 

St. Charles kitchen design, 52. 
1945; KK 34283. 

St. Charles kitchen design, 53. 
1945; KK 34284. 

St. Charles kitchen design, 54. 
1945; KK 34297. 

St. Charles kitchen design, 55. 
1945; KK 34285. 

St. Charles kitchen design, 80. 
1945; KK 34286. 

St. Charles kitchen design, 81. 
1945; KK 34287. 

St. Charles kitchen design, 82. 
1945; KK 34288. 

Schonwald, Alexander & co., St. Louis. 
Blackamoor. For plastic sheeting. 
1945; KK 34151. 



11381-11392 
© July 31, 
© July 31, 
© July 31, 
© July 31, 
© July 31, 
© July 31, 
© July 31, 
© July 31, 
© July 31, 
© July 31, 
© July 31, 
© July 31, 



11393 
© July 13, 



Sealed power corp., Muskegon, Mich. 11394 

Join the S. P. C. E. and help me! For piston 
rings. © Aug. 29, 1945; KK 34270. 

Smith, Harold, Smith, Jesse & AUcus, Irving, d. b. 
a. Smiths, Oakland, Calif. 11395 

Smiths treats you to a long distance phone call. 

For men's suits and topcoats. © Aug. 24, 1945; 

KK 34149. 

Smiths. See Smith, Harold, Smith, Jesse & Alkus, 
Irving, d. b. a. Smiths. 

Standard oil co., Chicago. 11396-11399 

For gasoline and motor oil: 

George, it's in honor of our Standard oil man 
for keeping our car running the last seven years ! 
© Aug. 17, 1945; KK 34129. 

Now, George, if you're going fishing, for 
goodness' sake have the Standard oil man look at 
the plugs in the car. © Aug. 8, 1945; KK 34127. 

That reminds me, George, the car has become 
very noisy too. We'd better see our Standard oil 
man! © Aug. 10, 1945; KK 34128. 

We'd better stop at the Standard oil man's on 
the way, George, and get you lubricated. © Aug. 
22, 1945; KK 34130. 

Studebaker corp.. South Bend, Ind. 11400-11403 

After all, a car is so much a part of home. For 
Studebaker motor cars. © Sept. 10, 1945; KK 
34314. 

They never pick snap jobs for these Studebaker 
weasels. For airplane engines, military trucks 
and weasels. © Aug. 30, 1945; KK 34193. 

Truck your load back tomorrow, buddy, traffic's 
a Chinese puzzle here today. For Studebaker 
trucks. © Sept. 4, 1945; KK 34223. 

Wish my daddy was home to wear it! For Stude- 
baker airplane ei^ines, military trucks and weasels. 
© May 31, 1945; KK 34319. 



Swift 6 CO., Chicago. 11404 

Win theater tickets for the Regent theater grand 

prize. For cleanser. © Aug. 12, 1945; KK 34194, 

Sylvania electric products, inc.. New York. 11405 
Bright ideas. For electric light bulbs. © July 
25, 1945; KK 34264. 

Town & country shoes, Sedalia, Mo. 11406 

Town and country's white rum. For casual 
shoes. © Aug. 1, 1945; KK 34246. 

Triple cushion corp., Chicago. 11407 

Triple cushion restocrat. For triple cushion 
restocrat mattress. © Aug. 20, 1945; KK 34148, 

Tykie toy co. See Grosvenor, Richard B., d. b. a. 
Tykie toy co. 

United States gypsum co., Chicago. 11408 

Cementico, for painting porous masonry sur- 
faces. For paint. © July 5, 1945; KK 34132. 

United wallpaper, inc., Chicago. 11409 

Make any room gay. For dex borders. © July 
31, 1945; KK 34187. 

Walker, Hiram, & sons, inc., Peoria, 111. 

11410-11412 
For dry martini and manhattan cocktails: 

Fresh as a daisy. © July 25, 1945; KK 34115. 
Fresh as a daisy. The ready-to-serve cock- 
taUs. © Aug, 1, 1945; KK 34116, 

The ready-to-serve cocktails that always 
taste fresh! © July 18, 1945; KK 34114. 

Webster-Chicago corp., Chicago. 11413 
How to operate model 26 Webster record chan- 
ger. For record changers. © Jiuie 6, 1945; KK 
34122. 

Wellborn, Starnes Robert, Nashville. 11414 

A better smcdie by remote control. For filter- 
tip on cigarettes. © Sept. 5, 1945; KK 34155. 

Wembley, inc.. New Orleans. 11415 

The colors of America's frontiers. For neck- 
ties. © Aug. 25, 1945; KK 34253. 

Western chemical co., Kansas City, Mo. 11416 

When you kill algae with wester algaecide. For 
chemical use to destroy algae. © June 19, 1945; 
KK 34165. 

Westinghouse electric corp., Bloomfield, N, J.. 

11417 
One call does it all. For electronic tubes. © 
Aug. 31, 1945; KK 34304. 

Weston electrical instrument corp., Newark, N. J. 

11418 
The Weston dial. v. 6, no. 6, For exposure 
meters. © Sept. 11, 1945; KK 34305. 

Wetherby-Kayser shoe co., Los Angeles. 11419 
It's an art to look smart! For shoes. © Aug. 
12, 1945; KK 34147. 

Whitlock supply co., New York. 11420, 11421 

For locks mithing supplies: 

Goldilock's six appeal. © Sept. 1, 1945; KK 
34135. 

Keydet news. © Aug. 1, 1945; KK 34133. 



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COMMERCIAL PRINTS 



no. 9, 1945 



11424 



Wood, Gar, Industries, Inc., Detroit. 11422 

Here's the new Gar Wood flowing line design. 
For postwar boats. © June 1, 1945; KK 32884. 



Zenith radio Corp., Chicago. 



11423, 11424 



On its way! For radio. © July 31, 1945; KK 
34185. 

Only the physician is qualified to diagnose im- 
paired hearing. For hearing aid. © Aug. 11, 1945; 
KK 34186. 



Number of entries of Commercial Prints Included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945. 



4.564 



241 



LABELS 



A-1 mfg. CO. See Kotzln, Tobias, d. b. a. A-1 mfg. 

CO. 

Admark, Philadelphia, 11425 

Sterling money clips. For clips for money. © 
May 31, 1945; KK 34318. 

Applestone, Samuel, co., North Hollywood, Calif. 

11426 
Slak-rak. For closet clothes hangers. © Dec. 
16, 1944; KK 34160. 

Aristocrat leather products, inc., New York. 

11427 
Aristocratically yours. For bill folds, wallets 
and pocketbooks. © June 7, 1945; KK 34338. 

Arlington laboratories, Arlington, N. J. 11428 

Nylex. For cosmetic hose. © June 15, 1944; 
KK 34339. 

Associated boradcasters, inc., San Francisco. 

11429 
Universal recorders. For recordings. © Aug. 
28, 1945; KK 34234. 

Baldwin-HiU co., Trenton. 11430 

The great indoors. For rockwool insulation 
products. © July 2, 1945; KK 34230. 

Carole, Meri, Chicago. 11431 

Teen-miss heart chart. For cosmetics. © July 
1, 1945; KK 34231. 

Chrlstensen, Sam & McNomar, Norman, d. b. a. 
Mac cleaning products co. , Kenosha, Wis. 11432 
Klean king. For general household cleaner. © 

Feb. 28, 1945; KK 34180. 

Coronet toy n^. co., Seattle. 11433 

This Coronet creation carries a lifetime guaran- 
tee. For stuffed toys. © Aug. 20, 1945; KK 34269. 

District mfg. & sales co., Albany. 11434 

DlBtic. For cement for fastening abrasive and 
polishing discs. © Aug. 10, 1945; KK 34337. 

Dr. Salsbury's laboratories, Charles City, la. 

11435 
Ren-o-sal. For poultry medicine tablets. © 
July 3, 1945; KK 34315. 

Fold-o-hinge co., NUes, Mich. 11436 

Rainbow photo hinge. For photo mount. © Aug. 
15, 1945; KK 34199. 

Gallagher, Frank A., Salem, Mass. 11437 

Grease buster. For plumbing liquid. © Dec. 
14, 1944; KK 34156. 

Gopher mfg. co., Minneapolis. 11438 

Little Miss Grown Up baking set. For toy baking 
set. © Aug. 14, 1945; KK 84162. 



Grimmer coffee co., Lafayette, La. 11439 

Creole belle. For coffee. © Aug. 24, 1945; KK 
34117. 

Herbert, Tom, d. b. a. Lucullus, New Yorit. 11440 
Calcutta club chutney. For chutney. © June 6, 
1945; KK 32714. 

Hlrschl, Abraham, Forest Hills, N. Y. 11441 

Mirror bright. For cleaner. © Apr. 10, 1945; 
KK 34181. 

Hoosler industries, inc.. La Porte, Ind. 11442 

The game of Okinawa. For game. © July 13, 
1945; KK 33585. 

Johnson, S. C, & son, inc., Racine, Wis. 11443 

Johnson's cream wax. For a polish for furniture 
and woodwork. © Aug. 14, 1945; KK 34340. 

Koester, E. H., bakery co., Baltimore. 11444 

Koester's twin package. For bread. © July 27, 
1945; Kk 34126. 

Kotzln, Tobias, d. b. a. A-1 mfg. co., Los Angeles. 

11445 
Gold cert